4 budget cars that will cost you less than R1 000 to fill once petrol hits R27 a litre

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2021 Hyundai Atos
2021 Hyundai Atos

If you were hoping for some respite from the rising cost of petrol and diesel in July, forget about it. The latest indication based on the Central Energy Fund's fuel price outlook for next month highlights a nightmarish reality where we'll be paying around R27 per litre of fuel in South Africa.

93 Unleaded could rise by R1.81 per litre. 95 Unleaded might increase by R1.98 per litre. Diesel? Well, that's expected to swell to R1.44 if you prefer the cleaner 50ppm stuff for your vehicle.

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