You can get bakkies for sale at bank repo auctions that are often in really good condition.
And in addition, will cost you a fraction of what you’d normally pay from a second hand dealer.
When something has been repossessed by the bank it is normally because the owner has been unable to make their car repayments on time for a number of months.
Therefore to gain back some of the money they lost on financing that vehicle they sell it at a price that will allow them to cover costs.
This is normally much lower than the cost of an ordinary vehicle and in some instances cars are nearly new.
So attending one of these bank repo auctions to buy the bakkie you want is a great way to save some money. And have an interesting day out.
If you are looking to save a bit of cash then look out for the bakkies for sale at bank repo auctions in South Africa. It’s a great way and place to start.
In most cases auctioneers require that you put down a particular deposit amount.
However this doesn’t mean you are limited by that amount.
Banks are often on site to allow you to negotiate with them for car finance. So that you can bid on the bakkie you want. Rather than the one you can afford.
It has never been easier to save money buying a vehicle.
Problem with Buying Bakkies for Sale at Repossession Auctions
One downside to an auction is that cars are sold as they are.
This means that if they breakdown on the way home from the auction and it turns out the engine has died. Then this is a cost you will have to cover yourself.
In most cases you are able to view the cars on offer the day before the auction. So you do have plenty of opportunity to find out if they have the bakkie you want. And a little bit more about the condition it is in. So head out now and start looking for bakkies available today at bank repo auctions.
Lists of bakkies for sale at bank repossession auctions can be found in:
- Port Elizabeth
- Cape Town
As well as other less major area’s in the country that sell second hand bakkies for sale at auctions.