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What We Offer

About Us

Find Your Car SA is an agency of vehicle sales specialists. Our job is to assist prospective buyers to find, evaluate and buy new vehicles that meet their needs and budget.

We have a solid network of dealerships and private sellers that work with us at competitive prices, which allows us to pass savings on to you.

At Find Your Car SA We believe that the best place for your money is in your pocket.

Looking to Buy A Car?

We know your time is precious and searching for vehicles within

your budget shouldn't be difficult.

Click below and let us help you find the right one.

Reviews

Mr & Mrs Tlatsana - Haval H2

" Thank you for helping us find our Brand New baby and saving us about R50 000 by getting us a much better offer than the one we were quoted. We love you guys."

Daniel - Toyota Hilux

" When I was buying my Car, coming from Mafikeng, a banking error delayed the process and led to us having to spend the night in Pretoria and we don't even know the area. The team at Find Your Car took care of everything from accommodation, food and transport around Pretoria to make our unplanned stay as comfortable as possible. We will forever be grateful for what you did for us."

Patience - VW Polo

" Thank you for making the experience of buying my first car unforgettable. Your service and patience was just everything to me. Thank you for also assisting with vehicle insurance. It's actually the little things that matter! Keep up the amazing work. Wish I could do it all over again. xoxo."

Mr Thandabantu - Ford Ranger.

" It felt quite good to work with people that cared about what I want and placed my needs above theirs. You took the time to listen to me and delivered above and beyond my expectations. I appreciate what you have done for me and I can never thank you enough."


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