About 600 bidders and onlookers stood ten-deep inside Bosasa's Imbizo Hall on Wednesday morning, braving wet and cold conditions to grab a piece of the Bosasa pie.
The BMW X5 had another good month in terms of sales, and comprehensively outsold its closest rivals during August.
A lobby group for the UK auto industry says new vehicle sales in 2018 fell by their biggest rate since the global financial crisis a decade ago.
It’s been yet another good month for local automotive industry as car and bakkie sales improve, with more than 42 000 vehicles sold in South Africa. Will the trend continue?
'South African new vehicle sales recorded encouraging gains for the second consecutive month', reports Naamsa. More than 49 000 vehicles were sold in August.
The Volkswagen Polo Vivo has been the category leader for most of the year and has thus far upstaged every vehicle in the top 10.
New vehicle sales for June reflect 'a mixed picture' of the local auto industry, says Naamsa.
The Ford Mustang remains South Africa’s top-selling sports car in May 2017.
The Ford Mustang remains South Africa’s best-selling sport car since it was first launched in the country and has no intent of relinquishing that position.
Continuing its trend as South Africa’s best-selling passenger car, Volkswagen has sold more than 2300 Polo Vivos in March 2017. We list the best selling cars in SA.
New vehicle sales in South Africa showed a "positive trend" with 48 113 units sold in February 2017.
The BMW X3 and Audi Q3 were the two top-selling medium-sized luxury SUVs for August 2019.
The Volkswagen Polo and Polo Vivo again slugged it out for the title of SA's best-selling passenger car while Hyundai's refreshed Grand i10 proved popular in May.
The Ford Mustang remains South Africa’s favourite sports car for the tenth consecutive month in 2017.
The Ford Mustang has maintained its status as South Africa’s top selling sports car during June 2017.
The Ford Ranger is once again the best-selling bakkie in South Africa. We list the 10 best-sellers for June 2017.
Following a number of months in which new vehicle sales dropped drastically, May 2017 sees some much needed stability brought to the market.
Naamsa reports a decline in vehicle sales during May 2017 as SA's auto industry continues to be affected by the 'Junk Status' downgrade.
Luxury SUVs are a booming market in South Africa and it's fast becoming a very sought after playground for luxury carmakers.
South Africa’s new vehicle industry grew 2.1% in March 2017, with total sales of 48 534 vehicles, according to Naamsa.
New vehicle sales, used cars, industry forecast... here's your monthly car-sales dashboard for the South African auto industry.
Cape TownHire ResolveR1 300 000.00 - R1 600 000.00 Per Year
Western CapePersona Staff
Cape TownADA Recruitment & HR Solutions
R 6 100 000
R 1 825 000
R 5 525 000
We subscribe to the Press Code.
You choose what you want
News24 on Android
Get the latest from News24 on your Android device.
Terms and Conditions
24.com Terms and Conditions - Updated April 2012
Creating your profile will enable you to submit photos and stories to get published on News24.
This username must be unique, cannot be edited and will be used in the URL to your profile page across the entire 24.com network.