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A Glimpse Into The Future With BMW

There are generally two types of car people: those that love cars and those that simply drive cars. However, there is one car brand that manages to polarise people to such an extent that they form an entirely new group, namely ones that loathes a specific brand. That brand? Those who own a BMW love the driving experience. Whether it is the power, the ...

Published on 14.09.2020 by NamCars.net

Celebrating Ford’s new Fiesta

Back when I was at university, I overheard a classmate loudly share his experience of various cars up to that point in his life. While most of his stories have faded away with the passing of time, one nugget managed to stick around in memory. “Do you know what Ford stands for?” he asked his more attentive listeners. There must have been ...

Published on 27.08.2020 by NamCars.net

All Hail The King Of The Namib

Shhh! Do you hear that? That deep, thunder-like growl rolling across the Namib desert? Can you see where it’s coming from? No? Is it coming at you from all sides? Yes? Well, chances are that you are likely in the belly of the beast. Or, rather, stuck behind the wheel of (or at the very least a passenger in) the new Toyota Land Cruiser 79 Namib. ...

Published on 19.08.2020 by NamCars.net

The Electrifying Future of Cars

Here in Namibia we often hear the winds of change blowing a long time before we see their effects. In 2016 the United Nations started initiatives aimed at developing the local market for Electrical Vehicles (EV), as well as implementing a Vehicle-Grid-Integration (VGI) network. VGI is a means by which the electrical charge of a vehicle can be returned ...

Published on 12.08.2020 by NamCars.net

Hyundai comes full circle with the new Atos

Not too long ago young people’s first cars were often a second-hand car passed on in the family. This usually happened after their parents bought themselves a new car to replace the old one. Many car manufacturers saw this gap in the market and started producing smaller, cheaper cars that were ideal for first-time drivers and buyers. Whereas the ...

Published on 05.08.2020 by NamCars.net

Isuzu D-MAX: A diamond in the rough

Everyone loves a bakkie. Or an SUV. People who don’t own one often wish they could. Or at least know someone who does. Then there are the people who would have a hard time functioning without one: farmers, builders, handymen, plumbers, adventurers, etc. It’s easy to see the appeal of a bakkie as opposed to a regular car. Whereas sedans might ...

Published on 31.07.2020 by NamCars.net

Peugeot turning a corner in Namibia?

In 2018 the Namibian government, in partnership with Groupe PSA, inaugurated the first Peugeot assembly plant in Walvis Bay. The aim was to be able to assemble 5000 vehicles per year by 2020, with the Peugeot 3008 and Opel Grandland X being the flagship models. Unfortunately, the plant missed its 2020 production target by a significant margin. By early ...

Published on 13.07.2020 by NamCars.net

Car Buying 101

Buying a car can be a very stressful experience. When buying a brand new car that meets all your needs, from a dealer at a good price, it is much less so. However, the process can become fraught with difficult decisions when navigating the second-hand car market. Cars are expensive products, and if there is one thing we as humans don’t want eating ...

Published on 05.07.2020 by NamCars.net

A Car For The Whole Family – But Which One?

The time has come to buy a new, or used (but let’s face it, it’ll be new for you) car. Not just any old car though. Maybe that luxury 4x4 or SUV is currently out of your financial reach. Perhaps there’s a new bundle of joy in the family. Either way, you’re interested in a car that offers valuable luggage space and/or can comfortably ...

Published on 29.06.2020 by NamCars.net

Buying and selling cars in Namibia during COVID-19

Remember 2014, Namibia? It’s like the memory of that roadtrip where you and your buddies piled in someone’s banged up, but still dependable, old hand-me-down car. Life was good, the trip was awesome, memories were made that won’t ever be forgotten. Especially when compared to any of the years since. If those memories were a (well used) ...

Published on 23.06.2020 by NamCars.net

X marks the spot for Nissan in 2021

Until recently Nissan still commanded a position in the top 3 car manufacturers in terms of market share in Namibia. Granted, it was a distant third behind Toyota and Volkswagen, but also well ahead of the rest of the pack. In 2019 Ford snuck ahead, becoming the third largest manufacturer by market share with 6%, compared to Nissan’s 5.6%. However, ...

Published on 21.06.2020 by NamCars.net

Updated BMW M5 Sport Car Officially Revealed

BMW introduced the updated BMW M5 sports sedan, as well as its advanced version called Competition. The restyled car got a new LED optics, which can be replaced with matrix optics at an additional cost, slightly larger “nostrils” of the front grille, modified bumpers, and splashboards, which are now made of carbon fiber in order to lighten ...

Published on 18.06.2020 by NamCars.net

The first Mazda electric car turns out to be cheaper than rivals

Japanese company Mazda announced the start of batch production of the electric crossover MX-30 at the plant in Hiroshima and revealed the European prices of their first pure electric vehicle, which is already available for sale. According to available information, in Germany the basic version of the MX-30 First Edition will cost 27.4 thousand euros ...

Published on 04.06.2020 by NamCars.net

No new cars for politicians in Namibia till 2025

On the 14th of May, the president of Namibia Hage Geingob has directed that during 2020-2025 there will be no renovation for politician's fleet vehicles. The government's decision to freeze the purchase of new cars for the next five years was made in order to reduce spending for more effective governance.  Before ministers and their deputies were ...

Published on 20.05.2020 by NamCars.net

Sales of new vehicles in Namibia decrease dramatically

The number of new cars sold in 2019 reached the lowest level in the last 10 years, as it was mentioned in the analyses by IJG Research Namibia. The analysis followed one of the publications on car sales data by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa. Over the last months of 2019, The Namibian has reported that the number ...

Published on 28.04.2020 by NamCars.net

“DL index” as Namibian economic welfare indicator

Anyone who is involved in online business providing any service knows that if you can’t measure the result you can’t really sell it. And with this thought we came up with an idea to create one of such tools - our own DL index, which will allow us to measure the efficiency of the service, and provide it as a kind of reference value, which ...

Published on 09.04.2020 by NamCars.net on behalf of Dealer Login Namibia

50% of used car dealer sales in Namibia are happening remotely

According to car dealers' feedback, half of the customers buying a used vehicle simply request the quotation and pay it, without even coming by the dealer’s showroom for basic vehicle checkup. Therefore, there is a good chance that these pandemic and quarantine will not have a significant impact on the level of sales of used cars in Namibia. Coronavirus ...

Published on 24.03.2020 by NamCars.net

The global car market dropped by 20% due to coronavirus

The global market of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles amounted in February to 5,08 million units, which is decreased by 19.9% ​​compared to the February 2019 figure. Such data are provided in the report of the consulting company LMC Automotive. According to the results of the first two months of 2020, the global car market decreased ...

Published on 18.03.2020 by NamCars.net

Namibian celebrity Dillish Mathews takes new challenge on vehicle sales

"The most hardworking celeb” - that’s how fans of Dillish call her, and she is fully in line with this description launching her very own vehicle classifieds in Namibia. Despite the fact that her new venture is a direct competitor of NamCars, we welcome her initiative to engage in the car advertising in addition to her other business activities. ...

Published on 01.03.2020 by NamCars.net

Who attempts to control the second-hand car market in Namibia?

The country's economy is going through a hard time, and used car sales is more and more overtaking new car sales in Namibia. This trend has been seen more clearly in the last five years, and, in our opinion, that was the trigger for Pupkewitz Group to enter into the competition with NamCars.net by establishing their own online marketplace, which was ...

Published on 07.02.2020 by NamCars.net

Best cars for sale in Namibia 2019 - rating by public demand

Analyzing different online statistics it is quite interesting to watch that demand for Volkswagen cars is 10% higher than for Toyota cars in Namibia, or even for entire segment of cheap cars. And since we do not have any data on direct sales, we have decided to estimate the selling vehicles rating by amount of page impressions/views on NamCars, which ...

Published on 27.01.2020 by NamCars.net

Reporting a stolen vehicle in Namibia or associated crime online

It is quite challenging to find any information in numbers about stolen vehicles and illegal penetration into motor vehicles in Namibia. And if there is any part of information available online, it is usually outdated or unconfirmed, which gives no reference to the public in regard to the real criminal situation in the country. We can not say that ...

Published on 17.01.2020 by NamCars.net

Facebook Groups as Part of Namcars Marketing Strategy

Have you ever wondered why Facebook does not set search filters and categories on their thematic Facebook Groups the same as websites do, and why people have to scroll down hundreds of posts in order to find something relevant? It is not difficult, it is just in conflict with the interests of Facebook, which earns on “The soap bubble” much ...

Published on 27.12.2019 by NamCars.net

The Google’s privacy issue, and what is the alternative?

According to our own analytics, 35% of traffic comes to NamCars.net from Google, 54% of which comes with search phrases containing “namcars” in one form or another, like “namcars”, “namcars namibia”, “nam cars”, “namcars net”, “namcars vw”, “namcars for sale”, “bakkie ...

Published on 27.12.2019 by NamCars.net

NamCars launches very own article digest

It’s been about two years since the largest newspaper in Namibia, called “The Namibian” posted false news referring to an interview about NamCars, which never really happened. Nevertheless, all our complaints and appeals to the newspaper were completely ignored and this article is still available on their website without any apology ...

Published on 27.12.2019 by NamCars.net

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