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2017 Toyota Etios 1.5 XS 5dr

from R 2,941 p/m*R 169,995

  • Hatchback

  • Manual

  • Petrol

  • 26133 km

THE message has been loud and clear for years when shopping in the entry-level segment of the market, South Africans want as much car as possible, for as little as possible. This trend has seen locals largely shun the trendy, modern superminis so beloved by European and Asian markets in favour of older-tech, less sophisticated, but larger cars. Sacrificing some refinement and style, it seems, is not a major obstacle to sales success. In this segment, where shoppers can generally afford only one car for the household, power, space and cheap running costs are the order of the day. Its nothing new the CitiGolf and Tazz both sold in large numbers right to the end of their model cycles, while far more modern vehicles such as the Toyota Aygo and Fiat Panda have never gained a strong foothold. Since the demise of the Tazz, however, Toyota has not had a strong contender in this segment. The previous-generation Yaris offered too little power and space at its price and soon started creeping up the pricing ladder (it was imported from Japan). In Toyotas absence, a number of manufacturers have done brisk business with their offerings. Ford offers its Indian-built Figo (a redevelopment of the previous Fiesta), Renault has the locally made Sandero and Volkswagen, of course

from R 2,941 p/m*R 169,995

Dealership: Imperial Select East Rand

Stock Number: O6983015

M&M Code: 60007400

Dealership: Imperial Select East Rand

Stock Number: O6983015 ISE

M&M Code: 60007400

Air Conditioner Airbags
Power Steering Electrical Window(front)
Central Locking USB Port
Steering Wheel Controls Electrical Windows (Rear)
CD/Radio Anti-Lock Braking System
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