'Car of the Year should be a more attainable car'

South Africa's Car of the Year has once again been bestowed on the Porsche Panamera.

This is the fourth time in six years that a Zuffenhausen product has won the accolade.

Jacob Moshoaka spoke to Azania to talk about this year's win, as well as car valuations.

Every time Porsche has entered this Wesbank car of the year series, they have always won.

Jacob Moshokoa, car expert

I give the credit where it is due, I have driven the Panamera, it is an amazing car but a lot of people are fighting that car of the year maybe should be average cars that people can afford. Someone on Twitter said they should have a cap of about R650 /680 000.

Jacob Moshokoa, car expert

Click on the link below to listen to the full conversation...


This article first appeared on 702 : 'Car of the Year should be a more attainable car'


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