Africa’s is a fledgling economy in which virtually everyone is in the middle and lower classes. This means, among other things, that almost everyone is looking for value for their money, and any opportunity where you can get more for less is highly appreciated. AfroAutos and BE FORWARD presents you a list of cheap cars that look expensive and that will surely make you look rich! Some of these come for as low as $15000! Check this list.
If you are looking for a modest and cheap car that appears as both sedan and compact, this is the car to look for. Reportedly, the car, produced from 2006 and 2012, had difficulties settling in the market and finding buyers. You can have one for $15000 in the market.
Cadillac is known for producing luxury cars, and you can ride on this name and positive reputation by acquiring the Cadillac CTS-V at only $15000. This car is not only flashy and appealing, it promises to provide good performance too.
You can always bet that Nissan will produce a good quality car at cheap prices. The Nissan 350Z is exactly that, coming with a flashy appearance this car has been in the production line of Nissan for a couple of years now until 2009. That means the produced stock is still in perfect condition to serve on the African roads. A used Nissan 350Z can be found for as little as $13000.
KIA has not quite succeeded in capturing the African market with the stiff competition unleashed by the Japanese giants, Nissan and Toyota. Perhaps, cheap pricing can be a worthwhile bet in penetrating the African market. This pushes the advantage to you as you can get a KIA Soul 2010 at $13900.
These are many on the African roads. This is perhaps an indication that the pricing and the class of the car have favored the “African Pocket”. This car is a sporty one whose performance and endurance has been tried and tested on African roads for many years now. The most recent models date from 2009 to 2014 and they have also remained true to the brand status.
There you have a list of cheap cars that look expensive and that are associated with the rich. In Africa, these will suit the pocket as the economies continue to grow. Get one of these and look expensive.