“Nice wheels,” the ouk with the cash said. “But what happened between 30 – 60 000km?” He then offers you half the asking price.
Nothing cuts your car’s resale value as much as a missed service. Except maybe a flash flood. Yet people hate spending money or even time on servicing their cars. A service is a grudge expense. But why? Think about it.
Johnny or Jane is going to varsity or college and mum and dad are taking them shopping for their first car. Oh dear! So much to choose from. So many options, dealerships, confident salespeople. What to do? Unless mom or dad is really expert in used cars, it will be a challenge. Here are some tips on how to avoid the most obvious pitfalls.
So, you have decided on the Datsun Go as your new car. Good choice, but now you have to make another decision. But let’s recap.
You wanted a smaller, less expensive car. Because that is what you can afford, or that is what you are willing to pay. Either way, you want a car that is easy at the pump and frugal when it comes to maintenance and running.
It feels like the other day we announced the launch of the Datsun Go and Datsun Go Plus. First launched in India, these compact and exciting twins certainly made an impact abroad and here in South Africa.
The updated versions were given fresh styling that made them even more appealing if that’s even possible. It didn’t stop there either as the cabin design is also more functional with a few additional features. In terms of the powertrain, the Datsun Go and Datsun Go Plus have kept the zippy and economical 1.2-litre engine. We take a look at the top five facts you should know about the Datsun Go duo available in South Africa.
It’s no use getting the best-priced car in the country, only to be done-in when it comes to service or repairs.
Fortunately, Datsun GO drivers win all the way. At R149,600, the Datsun GO is easily the most affordable car in South Africa. And it comes to the party when you have to service or repair it. Just ask the experts.
You’ve just received your driver’s license and an exciting life lays ahead of you, but one burning question remains – “what is the best car for young drivers?” Well, this question is easier to answer than you might think; all it takes is a quick visit to a Group 1 Datsun Dealership in Gauteng, the Western Cape or the Eastern Cape for a test drive of the New Datsun GO Range and you’ll immediately know that this is the car for the NOW generation (and one which is just right for your driving needs)! This trusty 4-wheeled companion will become your best friend and allow you to enjoy university, college or your gap year to the utmost.
The verdict is in and the much talked about Datsun GO Fuel Economy Figures are just as good as they were advertised to be! The 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder engine that powers the 2019 Datsun GO range will take you more than 600 km’s on a single tank, and this is all thanks to a VERY IMPRESSIVE 5.2-litres per 100 km fuel economy rate*.
The all-new Datsun Range has hit South African streets, and they will all have you living life to the full! Packed full of improved safety, comfort and convenience features that is many cases have never been available in their respective vehicle segments. All three of the following Datsun GO Models have been designed using the best Japanese technology and will turn heads and offer new levels of driving pleasure; all at an affordable price:
What Do I Get in the Datsun GO Lux?
The Datsun GO Lux has been designed for the young and the young at heart. It is a go-getters car that will not break the budget and will allow you to live the fun life in style. This feisty little number is value for money thanks not only to its affordable pricing, but also its range of exciting features.