The Beat The Price New Car Demand Index for July 2019 shows a particularly strong month for MOTUS, with six models in the top ten most requested cars. Demand for compact crossovers and SUVs continues to grow. These models now account for a quarter of our Top 20 list.
Suzuki has (literally) boosted its very popular Vitara range with the launch of a range-topping Vitara Turbo in both manual and automatic. At the heart of the exciting new model is Suzuki’s 1.4 litre BOOSTERJET engine, which lands at the same time as the new Suzuki Swift Sport.
Hyundai’s Tucson range in South Africa has been bolstered with a new Sport edition with bold looks, engine power and torque boost, and a deeper exhaust sound to claim its territory as the sportier version of this top-selling SUV.
The Jaguar XE SV Project 8 beats its own Nürburgring Nordschleife record.
The car models most in demand by South African car buyers in June 2019
The New Duster range was complemented by the introduction of the much-anticipated Renault Duster 4x4 earlier this year, and now welcomes the Duster TechRoad derivative to this ever-popular range.
Toyota is proud to announce a bespoke limited-edition model Hilux boasting the ‘GR’ logo. Aptly badged Hilux GR Sport, it represents the next chapter in Toyota’s GR product story, following the Yaris GRMN model.
Lexus is excited to announce that a substantially-revised RC F range will be officially available for the first time in South Africa.
Congratulations to Mrs Conley, driving away happy
in her new Hyundai Grand i10 1.2 Fluid.