The 10 bestselling bakkies in South Africa

Are you looking for a new bakkie? The popularity of bakkies on the local market has resulted in auto manufacturers offering South African motorists a range of luxurious options. From the Toyota Hilux to the Volkswagen Amarok, there is a wide selection of models to choose from. While these bakkies are equipped with comfort and convenience features, they don’t compromise on functionality. Their luxurious features are complemented by a robust design and excellent load-carrying capabilities, which make them reliable workhorses. Read our blog post to discover the 10 bestselling bakkies in South Africa according to NAAMSA then check out Auto Mart to make your pick.

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Toyota Hilux

With 3 936 units sold, the Toyota Hilux is far ahead of its competition and the 2.7 VVTi RB S 5MT variation is priced at R359 200. This model boasts innovative safety features, including Traction Control, Anti-Lock Braking System, and Brake Assist. Other highlights of this model include Electronic Brake Force Distribution as well as an alarm and immobiliser. The Toyota Hilux has DriveMode Select, which includes an Eco and Sport option.

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Ford Ranger

If you are looking for a bakkie that will get the job done, the Ford Ranger may be the right model for you. With 2 613 units sold, the Ranger is one of the best bakkies in South Africa. The Ranger’s retail price is R260 400 to R633 700. The 2.2 TDCi diesel engine delivers a powerful yet fuel-efficient performance. The 3.2 TDCi engine focuses on economy without compromising on power. The 3.2 L engine delivers 147 kW with a peak torque of 470 Nm. Highlights of the Ford Ranger include its bold design and innovative technology.

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Nissan NP200

Versatile, robust, and luxurious, the Nissan NP200 is an excellent investment. The 1 847 units sold makes the NP200 one of the most popular bakkies on the local market. The spacious cabin is complemented by quality aesthetics and luxurious features. Highlights of this model include air-conditioning as well as electric windows while the NP200 is also equipped with anti-lock braking systems, vehicle restraints, and an engine immobiliser. With three engine variations to choose from, it’s easy to find an NP200 that machines your requirements. Your options include an 8-valve or 16-valve engine as well as a K9K turbo diesel engine.

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Isuzu KB

The Isuzu KB double cab has a towing capacity of 3 500kg and a payload of 1 092kg. Its outstanding capabilities are evident in the 1 372 units of this model that were sold. It has a fuel economy of 7.7 l/100km. The versatile performance of the Isuzu KB makes it perfect for exploring off-road and cruising in the city. Electronic Stability Control and Brake Assist help to keep the vehicle’s occupants safe on the road. Traction Control and Anti-lock Braking Systems are other highlights of this model. Airbags help to decrease the risk of serious injury if a collision takes place.

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Nissan NP300

With 831 units sold, the Nissan NP300 is a local favourite. Built to handle challenging terrain, these bakkies won’t let you down. Their rugged design and ability to tackle any terrain set this model apart from the crowd. Safety features of the NP300 include anti-lock braking systems, engine immobiliser, and dual front airbags.

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Volkswagen Amarok

314 units of the Volkswagen Amarok were sold locally. This robust bakkie is equipped with a 3.0-litre V6 TDI engine, which has a maximum power output of 165 kW with a peak torque of 550Nm. From start to finish, every aspect of the Amarok is designed to exceed your expectations.

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Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-Up

163 units of the Toyota Land Cruiser Pick-up were sold. The selling price for this bakkie is R556 400. The Toyota Land Cruiser 79 4.0 Pick-Up is equipped with a longitudinal V6 engine, which has a power output of 170 kW at 5200 rpm with a peak torque of 360 Nm at 3800 rpm. The top speed for this model is 165 kph. Safety features include AntiLock Braking and airbags.

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Mahindra Pik-Up

With 232 units sold, the Mahindra Pik-Up makes the list of bestselling bakkies in South Africa. Its rugged exterior is complemented by a comfortable interior and a powerful performance. The Mahindra Pik-Up is equipped with a 2.2-litre, 4-cylinder engine, which delivers 103 kW of power with a peak torque of 320 Nm.

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GWM Steed

174 units of the GWM Steed were sold locally. Whether you’re completing a challenging task at work or setting off on a road trip with your family, the GWM Steed is the bakkie that you want to be driving. The starting price for this model is R177 400. It’s equipped with a 2.2-litre engine with a maximum power of 73 kW at 4450 to 4600 rpm with a peak torque of 180 Nm at 2400 to 2800 rpm. The GWM Steed has a manual 5-speed transmission.

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Nissan Navara

The Nissan Navara delivers a comfortable ride without compromising on its functionality. Its luxurious features are complemented by a powerful performance that you can rely on. The 5-link coil rear suspension is a highlight of this model. 126 units of the Nissan Navara were sold. The 2.3D SE 4 x 2 variation comes with a price tag of R461 900. This bakkie features a 3.5T towing capacity, 6-speed manual transmission and 16” alloy wheels.

Now that you know what your options are when it comes to the bestselling bakkies in South Africa, visit Auto Mart to find your next one today.

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