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Best-selling car from every brand in South Africa

There is something for everyone in the South African car market, as no fewer than 46 different brands compete in this sector.

From low-budget to ultra-luxury, there are hundreds of vehicles on offer ranging from as low as R174,900 for the most affordable car in the country, the Suzuki S-Presso, to tens of millions of rands for autos from marques such as Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce.

Looking at November’s statistics, crossover and SUVs are by far the most popular choices for the vast majority of local car buyers, as more than half of manufacturers’ best-selling models were in these body styles.

Bakkies were the second-favourite options sitting on top for seven automakers, with hatchbacks coming in third, accounting for four brands’ pole positions.

Meanwhile, convertibles, sedans, and MPVs both occupied one manufacturer’s headlining spot – these being Ferrari, Honda, and Mitsubishi, respectively.

Best-selling cars from every brand in South Africa

The list below details the best-selling car from every brand in South Africa according to November’s sales figures.

Manufacturers including BAIC, Bentley, BMW, BYD, Ineos, Lamborghini, Maserati, McLaren, Mercedes-Benz, Mini, Omoda, Porsche, and Rolls-Royce either do not report sales at all, or only report aggregate sales and not model-specific figures, and were therefore not included.

Click on the underlined prices for more information on pricing, models, and specifications.


Alfa Romeo Tonale – 3 units


Audi Q5 – 126 units


Chery Tiggo 4 Pro – 986 units


Citroen C3 – 85 units


Ferrari 296 GTS – 2 units


Fiat 500 – 18 units


Ford Ranger – 2,234 units


GWM P-Series – 284 units


Haval H6 – 654 units


Honda Amaze – 149 units


Isuzu D-Max – 1,662 units


JAC T-Series (T6 + T8 + T9) – 69 units


Jaguar E-Pace – 2 units


Jeep Wrangler – 30 units


Kia Sonet – 675 units


Land Rover Defender – 106 units


Lexus NX – 30 units


Mahindra Pik Up – 606 units


Mazda CX-5 – 97 units


Mitsubishi Xpander – 79 units


Nissan NP200 – 1,152 units


Opel Mokka – 86 units


Peugeot 2008 – 18 units


Proton X50 – 54 units


Range Rover Sport – 46 units


Renault Kwid – 589 units


Subaru Forester – 33 units


Suzuki Swift – 1,117 units


Toyota Hilux – 3,073 units


Volvo XC40 – 37 units


VW Polo Vivo – 1,913 units


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