Best NEW cars for 2015-2016

The years 2015 to 2016 will be some of the best years in the South African automotive industry. Car manufacturers are doing what they do best, by releasing some of the best new cars. What is your favourite brand, BMW? Mercedes? Alfa Romeo? Ford? Audi? Are you wondering what they will be launching? Read on!

We have compiled a list especially for you. To get you prepared for some of the most beautiful cars coming to South Africa in the next two years.

It is rather exciting. Some cars are new, some are remodelled and redesigned. Nonetheless, they are all just for you. Here we go:

For the year 2015:

2015 Alfa Romeo Giulietta 

2015 Mercedes Benz C-Class Caravan


 2015 Opel Astra


2015 BMW 225i Active Tourer


2015 Ferrari California

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2015 Golf GTI 


2015 MINI Cooper 

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2015 Jeep Wrangler 


2015 Toyota Camry 

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2015 Mercedes- Benz S Class Concept 

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2015 Audi A5 


2015 BMW X6

2015 Audi Sport Quattro


2015 Toyota Supra


2015 Chevrolet Camaro Concept


Because some of the aforementioned cars will be launched in their perspective countries (e.g. USA, UK or China) in late 2014 or early 2015, some of these cars might reach South Africa in the later part of 2015 (this also applies for the 2016 cars).

Another thing to also note is that our drivers sit on the right side. So imagine the same cars, same interior, but with the driver’s side being on the right.

2016 Honda Crosstour

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2016 BMW 7 Series 

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For updates on cars for 2015, the Auto Mart website is your car portal for new cars in South Africa.

Yolanda Zondo

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