THE FIVE BEST STARTER VE­HI­CLES

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Suzuki Swift 1.2 GL This lit­tle pow­er­house 1.2-litre man­ual is packed with awe­some fea­tures such as ABS, four elec­tric win­dows, USB/AUX in­puts and front air bags. Fuel con­sump­tion is great at 5.7l/100km. It comes in as the best­priced in the pack. Price: R145 900 Ford Figo 1.4 Trend This lit­tle head-turner comes stan­dard with Blue­tooth, plus CD/MP3/AUX, air-con, front air bags and slightly higher but re­spectable fuel con­sump­tion of 6.6l/100km. Price: R147 900 Toy­ota Yaris 1.0 With its new 1.0-litre en­gine, fuel ef­fi­ciency is bril­liant at 5.1l/100km. It’s got front air bags, a leather steer­ing wheel, air-con and CD/MP3/USB/AUX. Plus, it comes with trusty Toy­ota re­li­a­bil­ity, South Africa’s most suc­cess­ful man­u­fac­turer. Price: R186 700 VW Polo Vivo Conceptline The Vivo is not the best­selling car in South Africa for noth­ing. It’s gor­geous both inside and out, and holds value bril­liantly. It comes stan­dard with ABS, EBD, driver and pas­sen­ger air bags, air-con, power steer­ing and good fuel con­sump­tion at 6.2l/100km. Price: R163 850 Kia Pi­canto 1.0 LX This hip nip­per has air-con, driver and pas­sen­ger air bags, body-coloured door han­dles and mir­rors, and ra­dio/CD front loader with MP3/iPod/USB con­nec­tion. Fuel ef­fi­ciency is tops at just 5.0l/100km. Price: R159 950

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