New and Used Cars For Sale in Namibia

New and Used Cars For Sale in Namibia

What are New and Used Cars?

Newer vehicles typically cost more but come with the latest features, while used vehicles are more budget-friendly but might not be reliable. Determine what your priorities are and with either option, you’re on your way to driving a newer (to you) vehicle.

New and Used Cars For Sale in Namibia

View the wide range of new and used cars for sale available from NamAuto in Namibia. Explore them here and enquire online for any help or information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are second hand cars cheapest?

After Nottingham, Hull and Birmingham also tend to have significantly lower prices than the national average. Although London is one of the most expensive cities in the world for property, you might be surprised to discover it’s not the most expensive place to buy a used car.

What’s the cheapest second hand car to buy?

Cheapest used cars

  • Fiat Panda.
  • Vauxhall Corsa.
  • Fiat 500.
  • Volkswagen Up.
  • Peugeot 108.
  • Kia Picanto.
  • Dacia Sandero.
  • Suzuki Celerio.

Can you buy a car in Namibia?

A few requirements to buy a new car (with bank financing) is essentially that you must have bank account. You must have a valid Namibian Driver’s license. You need to have good credit (not on some sort of blacklist) and you need to be employed permanently (at least for the last six months).

What is the cheapest option for buying a car?

Cash is a simple way to pay for your car, and there’s no doubt that at face-value it’s the cheapest. You pay the exact sum agreed, and once you’ve bought your car you don’t have to worry about keeping up with monthly payments over a few years or paying interest on your loan.

What car do you need for Namibia?

Technically you can visit most of Namibia with a regular car and most of the major tourist sites can be reached without a 4×4. However, a 4×4 vehicle can make your trip much more comfortable. There were many occasions where we needed it and loved having this freedom – Sossusvlei Dunes and Dead Vlei are two examples.

How much does it cost to import a car to Namibia?

Customs tax & duty

Importing vehicles in Namibia is liable to 15% tax based on the car’s value (NAD+10%). However, Namibian customs exempt diplomats from this duty.

How can I save to buy an expensive car?

Write Down Your Savings Goal

You’ll likely want to save at least enough to make a sizable down payment on your vehicle, as this can help reduce the size of your loan. If you’re purchasing a new car, you may want to aim for a down payment of 20% to reduce your chances of being upside down on the loan in a year or two.

Can I drive in Namibia on a foreign license?

The driving licence requirements in Namibia state that you must have a full driving licence that is valid in your country of residence. An international driver’s licence is also required if your driving licence is not in English.

How do I import a car to Namibia?

These documents are; import permit, a passport, an invoice, registration papers and an original (BL) bill of lading. The law of shipping should entail the brand, the chassis, model of the vehicle and its year. The vehicle engine number should match that declared in the bill of entry.

How much does it cost to ship a car from UK to Namibia?

Our car shipping costs to Walvis Bay start from £1145.00 for a saloon car, such as a Toyota Avensis or from £1195.00 for a standard 4 x 4 such as a Mercedes ML from Sheerness for example.