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Car sales wrap: R30-million Bugatti for SA, vehicle questions answered

2017-08-10 11:54

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Rouel van Nelson

Cape Town - Regarding all things related to car sales,  Wheels24 highlights topics such as a R30 million Bugatti on sale, the motoring code of conduct and potential petrol and diesel bans. 

In what was one of the most interesting stories covered this week, we looked at an advert posted on Autotrader regarding a Bugatti Veyron being on sale for the price of R30 000 000.

Also, we analysed what the 'Right to Repair South Africa' campaign will mean for SA motorists following a probe into the local auto industry by the Competition Commission.

We also featured a round-up of all things fuel related, covering topics such as the potential petrol and diesel ban in Europe and a Volkswagen executive being scheduled to plead guilty in emission scandals.

Check out the car sales wrap below:

1.Would you pay R30-million for a used car?

2.#Right2Repair your car: What a motor 'Code of Conduct' could mean for SA

3.'Will Chev's exit affect the resale of my Cruze?' Your SA car questions answered

4.Fuel wrap: Petrol and diesel bans, emissions scandal

5. 'The world has gone mad' - Would a ban on new petrol, diesel cars work in SA?

6. SA's best-selling cars: Bakkies, sports cars and more

7. Vivo on top, Hilux reclaims bakkie throne... 6 SA car sales stories you might have missed

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