Brand New Cars Under R200,000 In South Africa

The first thing you want to consider when buying a car is options. There are more than enough brands and models for you to run through. The second is your budget. We bet you, like many others out there, want to cut your cloth according to your coat. No matter what, there is always a car that fits your budget whether you are paying in full or in instalments. If you are looking for brand new cars under R200 000 in South Africa, here are some models for you to look at.

Nissan P200 8v Base (R195,000)

Nissan NP200 8v Base
Nissan NP200 8v Base

It is common knowledge that Bakkies are quite expensive in South Africa but a Nissan P200 8V base is a good one to spend your money on. Of the many Bakkies available, there are a few things that make this car stand out among the rest. Nissan is a popular brand with a good reputation and with this particular model, you get good value for your money.  It has a 1.6-litre petrol engine with a maximum power of 65kW and 128Nm of torque. This car is somewhat retro in its make. It has no air conditioning system and no radio. It does have a fan system though.

Renault Kwid Climber Auto (R193,900)

Renault Kwid Climber Auto
Renault Kwid Climber Auto

The Renault Kwid Climber Auto is a luxurious crossover in its right. It is the range-topping model for its series. The specs are a 1.0-litre petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 50kW and 91Nm of torque. You are guaranteed a maximum speed of 152km/h and a 5-speed automatic transmission. Fuel consumption is 4.7/100km. For your comfort, this climber auto is equipped with an 8-inch touchscreen with smartphone mirroring, Climber-branded seats with orange patterns and a reverse camera.

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Honda Amaze 1.2 Trend Manual (R198,400)

Honda Amaze 1.2 Trend Manual
Honda Amaze 1.2 Trend Manual

This Sedan is one of the best in its range. It has a separate boot large enough to carry up to 420liter of cargo. You’d be mistaken, however, if you think this car is just for carriage purposes. It is well designed to fit in anywhere. A modern interior with fabric seats, multi functioning steering wheel and a bluetooth supported radio system definitely doesn’t sound bad. The engine generates a maximum power of 66Kw and 110Nm of torque connected to a 5-speed manual transmission.

Datsun Go+ Lux (R188,500)

Datsun Go+ Lux
Datsun Go+ Lux

The Datsun Go+ Lux is a multipurpose vehicle (MPV). It is not too different from the Datsun Go hatchback. In fact, it is a seven-seater version of it.  This car is anything but retro. It has an infotainment system that supports smartphone mirroring, Google Maps, and voice recognition. This definitely helps you get yourself entertained and that important navigation info. The Go+ Lux has a 1.2-litre petrol engine that drives the front wheel through a 5-speed manual transmission. It also has 104Nm of torque.

Kia Picanto 1.0 Street (R197,495)

Kia Picanto 1.0 Street
Kia Picanto 1.0 Street

This is the first hatchback on our list. The Picanto 1.0 Street was made in 2020 and is available in South Africa. You’d get good value for your money with its good specs and stunning features. It has an aircon, electric windows, and bluetooth. There is no audio system though. For security, the car is equipped with an ABS and a central locking system. Airbags, ISOFIX child seat mountings and an electronic brake distribution is also fited in for safety.

Mahindra Bolero 2.5 TDN (R192,499)

Mahindra Bolero 2.5 TDN
Mahindra Bolero 2.5 TDN

Mahindra is one of the foremost car brands in South Africa which is why their car can’t but make this list. The Mahindra Boero 2.5 TDN is a Bakkie single cab that runs on a diesel engine powering a rear-wheel drive. It is a manual transmission car with four cylinders, maximum power of 74kW, 238Nm of torque, and urban fuel consumption of 11.5/100km. If you are big on safety, we want to let you know this car has no airbag.

Nissan NP200 1.6i (R195,000)

Nissan NP200 1.6i
Nissan NP200 1.6i

Here is another Nissan Bakkie for you. The NP200 1.6i is a single cab with a manual transmission and a front-wheel drive. The engine generates a maximum power of 64kW with a torque of 128Nm. This car is for you if you are the modest type. Common features like Bluetooth, electric windows, ABS, and airbags are all absent. You do get a power steering, highlevel 3rd brakelight, and rear fog lamp lights. It has a bottle holder as its only comfort feature.

Renault Sandero 66kw Turbo Expression (R 191,900)

Renault Sandero 66kw Turbo Expression
Renault Sandero 66kw Turbo Expression

This brand from Renault is a classic car. Its body type is a hatchback. The Turbo Expression has interesting features. It has a standard aircon for comfort and the interior is cloth upholstery. The safety features are not few. The car is equipped with ABS, EBD, brake assist, traction control, driver airbag and other safety features. There is also an ISOFIX child seat mountings in the outer rear

The name obviously gives it away that this car is built for speed. Its petrol engine generates a maximum power of 66kW with 135Nm of torque. With turbo as part of the car’s name, it is obvious the car is built for speed. Its maximum speed is a whopping 169km/h.

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