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Listen: Buying a car? Here’s what you need to know

Feb 21, 2020

While her current car has been a reliable mode of transport, Mapalo faces the reality that after eight years, it is time to buy a new one. What car should she consider? How does she work out her affordability and should she put down all her savings as a deposit? Maya (@mayaonmoney) and Mapalo (@womanandfinance) chat to Elton Govender of Auto Kustom about how to choose the right car and whether a second-hand car makes sense.

 

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