The Hyundai i10 was first released in 2007, and since then it has become the brand’s best-selling vehicle in South Africa. The car’s popularity makes sense – it offers plenty of features at an affordable price. However, this doesn’t mean that you should expect to find it cheap when you buy one in Namibia. The fact that the model is a popular import means that you will pay more than if you purchased the same car in your home country – even if it’s from the same dealership.
The Cost of the Car
The starting price for a new Hyundai I10 is about $11,000, but this does not include import taxes and shipping costs. The cost of the car will depend on where you are buying it from and what type of payment plan you have set up.
The cost of insurance depends on a few factors, such as your age, the number of people living in your household, your credit score and the type of coverage you want. In general, the more risk you are willing to take, the less expensive it will be for you.
Maintenance and Repairs
The cost of maintenance and repairs for your car will depend on the type of vehicle and its age. For example, if you purchase a new or late-model used car, it may only need oil changes and tire rotations. However, many vehicles will require more expensive repairs over time.