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SEE | Here's what you're paying per kilowatt for SA's fastest hot hatches

2020-05-09 15:00

Auto Advisor

Mercedes-Benz A35

Mercedes-Benz A35. Image: MotorPress

The difference in performance between the latest-generation of hot hatches available in South Africa today, is nearly non-existent.

You are almost guaranteed that every new hot hatch will be powered by a 2.0-litre engine paired to a turbocharger to produce around 230kW of power.

So in a world where displacement, power and torque are almost identical, it comes down to other variables to make better decisions. Variables like price.

Working on a simple formula, Auto Advisor looks at several popular hot hatches and what you'd be paying per kilowatt for each.

Let's look at which hot hatch offers the most bang for your buck.

Read the original article here.

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