60% of cars on South Africa’s roads are pre-owned, according to Gumtree, and credit providers finance 2.5 used vehicles for every new one.
Buying second-hand can save you a fortune, but there’s always some risk involved.
The Gumtree Pre-Owned Awards aim to help consumers choose.
Judges look at 16 areas such as popularity, depreciation and cost.
Some of the winners include the 2016 Datsun Go Lux (Budget cars), 2016 Renault Sandero 900T Dynamique (light hatchback) and the 2016 Ford Ranger 3.2TDCi Wildtrak.
Click here for all category winners.
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