Used TQ4 For Sale in Namibia
What is TQ4 Namibia ?
Situated in Paignton, a popular seaside town on the stretch of South Devon coastline known as the English Riviera, Inglewood is a fantastic choice for convenient coastal living. A home here will provide you with glorious sunshine in the summer, and quiet sandy beaches in the winter, with handy amenities and transport links.
Paignton is home to a good number of shops and supermarkets, schools, restaurants, cafes, and essential services including healthcare facilities and a train station. Living at Inglewood you’ll have all this just a few short miles away, while the golden stretch of Broadsands Beach is within easy walking distance. Brixham and Torquay, the two other towns that make up the English Riviera trio, also offer excellent attractions and facilities, along with picturesque harbours and a bustling marina.
Used TQ4 For Sale in Namibia
Property details for Waterside Road. One of many properties for sale in Paignton, Devon, TQ4 6LJ from Savills, world leading estate agents.
Frequently Asked Questions
How to buy a car in Namibia?
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). Keep in mind, that entry level (new) vehicles range from at least N$130 000 to N$200 000.
What is the best selling bakkie in Namibia?
Reliable and Dependable. The Hilux is the most popular bakkies in Namibia. No other brand in the country has sold more bakkies. The Hilux is the best-selling bakkies in the country and has a long and successful history.
How much does it cost to register a car in Namibia?
ANNUAL REGISTRATION & LICENCE FEES (Effective 1 June 2021)
3001 – 4000 N$6,240
4001 – 5000 N$6,900
5001 – 6000 N$12,528
6001 – 7000 N$15,540
7001 – 8000 N$17,820
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.
Which bakkie is cheapest to maintain?
The most economical servicing cost goes to the GWM Steed at R3,443, just ahead of the Nissan Navara at R3,669 and the Toyota Hilux third at R5,059. The Isuzu boasts the lowest repair costs at R5,537, followed by the Ranger XLT R7,274 and the GWM Steed 6 in third place with a basket of R7,645.
How much is a driver’s license in Namibia?
The cost of issuing a driving license card in Namibia is N$200.00. This fee applies to all codes of driving license, including Code A1, A, B, BE, C1, C, C1E, and CE.
How much is a private number plate in Namibia?
Once the PLN is approved the customer has 21 days to pay a fee of N$1800,00 for the PLN plates. If the applicant fails to pay within 21 days the allocation of the PLN expires and the PLN may be available to other applicants.
What is the import duty on cars in Namibia?
Proof of value. One motor vehicle per family – owned and used at least 1 year prior to shipment may be imported Duty Free. VAT of 16.5% is payable on the value of the vehicle, Duties 25%. Once imported, vehicle may not be sold or disposed of for a period of 2 years.
How much is a double cab?
In 2021, Mahindra added automatic derivatives to its Pik Up range and the Pik Up S6 4×2 6-speed automatic is the cheapest automatic double-cab bakkie in South Africa. More so, the Pik Up S6 Karoo derivative is priced from R441 999 while the Pik Up S6 4×4 automatic is priced from R459 999
How do I change ownership of a car in Namibia?
Apply at registering authority to register and license motor vehicle on your name. Please note that after the seller gave notice of sale the buyer has 21 days to register the vehicle on his name. Failure to do so will result in penalties and arrears accumulating on his/her name.