Vice Cerberus05 March at 14:54 @Morschee the BMW setting itself on fire was true though
Magius05 March at 14:52 @Milky if you have a house pay that off first, you will save more. As I said, we don't have proper infrastructure for electric cars. I reckon if you do around about 50kms per day max then you are safe with an i3, anymore and you run the risk of being stuck on the side of the road waiting for a tow truck.
Vice Cerberus05 March at 14:42 @Morschee driving Tea crazy with pms is reserved for special cases like criminal girls invite only earlier this year
BMW's are great just avoid the models that come with instantaneous (unassisted) combustion feature
Also be ready to pay an arm and leg for a diagnostic scan something like we'll over ten grand
Milkyway05 March at 14:40 I dont mean maintenance, I meant electricity vs petrol wise. do you really save? oh and Eskom load shedding sheesh.
We need Tesla cars in SA!
Insurance is another blank since these cars are fairly new
Morschee05 March at 14:40 I agree with DP...I haven't onwed a car since 2008,, I've been fortunate enough to own company cars, although my current company car pretty much is my car, as the company belongs to me lol! But I have has plenty opportunities to buy nice cars, but I rather spend it in my house.
I'd rather spend R10k in my house every month than on a fancy car
Morschee05 March at 14:37 Yip...and no sales man will ever explain to a customer what the maintenance on a car really costs. Ppl buy cars these days to show off to their friends...the 1st time anything needs to be fixed on the car and it costs an arm and a leg...then car ends up being a[censored] car.
Don't get me wrong, just like you can buy a dud Torch that gives crap from day one, the same can happen with a car. But because 1 out of god knows how many 100 of thousands of ppl has issue with a certain brand, it doesn't mean that entire brand is now[censored]...you were just unlucky