Happy Friday everyone! I know I still need to fill you all in on my shark cage diving experience, that will come next week I promise, together with the giveaway! After my Ford collaboration, I received a few emails from you asking me about the Ford Fiesta, specifically the one I was test-driving; how I liked the car and how much it is. To be 100% honest, I have no idea how much the one that I was driving would cost you but what I do is that the starting price of Ford Fiestas is currently just under R200 000 and the one that I was test-driving is in the colour Deep Impact Blue and the interior was all black with leather seats. If you missed the post, click here to catch up.
I’m probably not the best person to ask about cars because I’m a typical girl’s girl and I have no clue about cars, all I really know is the brand and there are certain things I want in a car, for example it’s important for me that the car has parking sensors, leather seats, air-conditioning and a sun roof. Everyone is different and your requirements for a car may differ from others, but one thing that we all want is to maintain our vehicles in its prime condition for resale. Plus if you think that buying a brand new car is not on the cards for you, there are always alternative places to find second hand cars such as Gumtree (I know a few friends who have sold and bought cars from Gumtree).
Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a car, take a look at the Gumtree Auto Guide where it includes tons of articles on DIY car maintenance and also tips about buying and selling cars. I somehow found myself reading an article on there that lists 10 Car Maintenance Hacks (love those Hacks articles) and did you know that you can fix dents in your car with dry ice? I’m not going to give away all the hacks but you should definitely take a look at it, regardless of whether you’re looking to sell or buy or keep your car well-maintained. Hope this helps you and have a great weekend!