Kombi For Sale in Namibia

Kombi For Sale in Namibia

What is Kombi?

Actually, the original German name was Kombinationskraftwagen, meaning “combination vehicle” (a passenger and cargo vehicle combined), as the rear and middle seats could be added or removed. A rear-engine, rear-wheel drive van, the Kombi was produced in West Germany between 1950 and 1979.

Kombi For Sale in Namibia

A wide range of minibuses currently available from NamAuto in Namibia. Explore the vehicles here and enquire online for any help or information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are Kombi vans so expensive?

Volkswagen Kombi or “Type 2” vans regularly reach six figures at auction thanks to a cult following helped by roles in films such as Cars, Little Miss Sunshine, Back to the Future and Bran Nue Dae. The car was first sold overseas in 1949 before coming to Australia in 1953 and assembled in Melbourne from 1954.

Are Kombis expensive?

There is a rough benchmark that I still use – a good mechanically sound and registered, running Kombi may cost between $7000 – $10,000. If the paintwork and the upholstery are in great condition then maybe $10,000 – $15,000. They are like houses – they will sell for what someone is prepared to pay.

Why did VW stop making Kombi?

The end of Kombi production comes after stricter safety standards were introduced in Brazil requiring any new vehicles sold after 1 January 2014 to be fitted with dual front airbags and anti-lock brakes.

What is the record price for a Kombi?


A rare 1960 Volkswagen Kombi Samba Microbus has set what it believed to be a world record when it went under the hammer this week for an amazing $202,000

What is the difference between a van and a Kombi?

The general consensus for a van to convert from the Volkswagen Transporter range will be either a ‘Kombi’ (coined form the German word for combination motor vehicle) basically meaning the van has additional side windows and a removable row of seats in the rear – or a simple panel van.

Is VW Kombi a good car?

The updated VW Kombi remains a competent people-carrier. The Kombi remains a straight forward and respectable people carrier. For long trips on the open road, the Kombi can provide a range of around 800 km. While not the most comprehensive system, the infotainment arrangement has all of the basic features one needs.

How long does a VW bus last?

According to motorask.com, a Volkswagen that is cared for properly should last 100,000 – 200,000 miles. Some have lasted far beyond that. A few of the factors that can influence how long a Volkswagen lasts include: The particular model purchased.

Are Kombis hard to drive?

A Kombi is not an easy vehicle to drive – there’s no power steering, a deft hand is required for the tricky manual gearshift, and mechanical breakdowns are a distinct possibility on any given day.

How much does a VW Kombi cost?

Prices and Options.

Recommended Retail priceR840,000R873,800
Metallic / Pearlescent PaintXX
Herritage dual colour paintR35,690R35,690
Front fog lampsR9,570R9,570

What Kombi means?

(also combi) South African English [ˈkɔmbi] (South African English) ​a vehicle that looks like a van, has windows at the sides and carries about ten peopleTopics Transport by car or lorryc2. Word Origin.