Up for grabs this Black Friday: New vehicles at incredible deals!

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• Automakers are offering deals on new vehicles this Black Friday.

• The biggest discount is a saving of R327 374.

• The 2020 Black Friday saving bests the previous year's by 10%.

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The automotive industry is going all out this Black Friday, offering car buyers savings of up to R327 374 on a single car!

Car savings this Black Friday are set to match those of 2019 when in-market car shoppers also enjoyed impressive discounts. In fact, the average price of a car offered on Black Friday has gone from R580 856 in 2019 to R524 763 in 2020, giving shoppers a further average saving of -10%. 

These statistics are courtesy of AutoTrader. As the largest digital automotive marketplace in South Africa, AutoTrader provides unparalleled insight into car-buying patterns in the country.

According to George Mienie, AutoTrader CEO, the automotive industry looks to be pulling out all the stops to offer car buyers good deals. 

He said: "The national lockdown has meant that 2020 has been a challenging year for the industry and consumers alike. For instance, new car sales have declined by 32.5% on a year-to-date basis (as at the end of October). But 2020 hasn't been without some silver linings - and Black Friday is undoubtedly one of those. There was some concern that, with the declining new car sales, there could be fewer trade-ins and thus less used car stock. However, this certainly hasn't materialised. Stock is plentiful. So too are terrific deals this Black Friday."

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Discounts across the board

While discounts are offered across the board, the biggest savings can be experienced on luxury models. For instance, the R327 374 saving is being offered on a 2020 Range Rover Sport SVR. This deal represents the greatest saving on a sport utility vehicle (SUV) this Black Friday. There's also a 2020 Jaguar F-Type Coupé P380 R-Dynamic Auto up for grabs at a saving of R307 273. It's the coupé that's offering the largest saving this Black Friday.

The F-Type is but one of several spectacular sports cars that are being offered at drastically discounted prices this Black Friday. Other examples include a 2018 BMW M5 (R251 000 saving) and a 2020 Ford Mustang 2.3T Fastback (R180 000 saving). The M5 represents the sedan with the greatest saving this Black Friday.

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It is also interesting to see that substantial discounts are being offered on "nearly new" cars (those with a 2019 registration year). One example is a 2019 Mercedes-AMG C-Class C43 4Matic, which has had R150 000 shaved off its price tag.

Not only luxury cars are on offer this Black Friday. For instance, there is a 2020 Polo Hatch 1.0TSI Comfortline Hatchback listed at a substantial saving of R45 100.

The biggest saving on a double cab this Black Friday is R150 000 (on a 2020 Nissan Navara 2.3D Double Cab Stealth Auto). The hatchback offering the best deal is a 2020 Mercedes-Benz A45 S Hatch 4Matic Plus (discounted by R50 000) and a 2020 Isuzu D-Max 250C Fleetside, which has had R25 000 shaved off its price, representing the biggest saving on a single cab.

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2020 Mercedes-AMG C43 4Matic
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