There are so many cars out there that have been considered to be some of the best budget cars that one could ever buy in South Africa, and one of the cars that have often been considered to be a pretty good budget car is the VW Polo, and I have to agree with that because the numbers speak for themselves, so many people are interested in it and it continues to sell like crazy.
One vehicle that is rarely spoken about is the Suzuki Dzire, and I have to say, on paper this vehicle might just be the underdog of budget cars in South Africa.
The Suzuki Dzire is a really good car and critics have even mentioned that the car has good mileage and a very reliable engine, to be honest one of the most important things to look out for when buying a car is reliability and the Dzire is exactly that.
Going into detail, according to suzukiauto.co.za the Dzire has a 1.2-liter engine and the fuel consumption is 4.9/100km which means the vehicle is very good when it comes to fuel consumption as it doesn't consume a lot. The vehicle also has a 5-wheel AMT and front-wheel drive.
Comparing this vehicle to a VW POLO, this vehicle has much better fuel consumption compared to the VW Polo, and in terms of things like comfortability the Polo might be slightly superior but the Dzire still holds its own against the Polo, and according to suzukiauto.co.za the price for this car starts at R189 000 which is a very affordable car.
At a time when fuel prices are skyrocketing in South Africa, the Dzire is a very desirable sedan for a small family, and overall the Suzuki Dzire is a way better car than some of the cars that are on the market today, so it is underrated in my book.
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