The Witness - Wheels - - MOTORING -

THE Tata Xenon still has the most eco­nom­i­cal parts bas­ket at R67 623 (R58 527) with Toy­ota Hilux in sec­ond spot with R76 274 (R85 986). GWM Steed has taken third place with a bas­ket price of R92 355 (R89 437).

In the ser­vic­ing sec­tion the GWM is low­est at R2 291, sub­stan­tially ahead of the Ford Ranger’s R4 405 and Tata Xenon’s R4 811.

In the re­pair sec­tion the VW Amarok has the best fig­ures with R8 270 for the au­to­matic, while the clutch, pres­sure plate and fly­wheel add some R15 000 to the man­ual Amarok. Sec­ond be­hind the Amarok is the GWM, with a re­pair bas­ket of R13 214.

Tata just leads the crash parts to­tal with R46 732. The Hilux, which is lo­cally built and so has the ad­van­tage of hav­ing many of the body press­ings made here, is not far be­hind at R48 761.

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