Woman downgrades Mercedes to tiny car and saves R10k a month

Woman downgrades Mercedes to tiny car and saves R10k a month

A woman has taken to social media to share how her downgrading from a luxury Mercedes Benz to a smaller vehicle has saved her almost R10 000 per month.

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Christelle Coleman shared a picture of her new set of wheels, a second-hand Fiat 500, on Twitter. She went on to explain that changing from a Mercedes Benz has saved her a large amount of money a month.

She added that the decision has enabled her to travel overseas and buy herself expensive gifts.

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Many social media users applauded her decision. Dimitri Kapelianis said:

"Cars are depreciating assets; buy them lightly-used. Don't compare your lifestyle to others: assets are visible, debt is invisible."

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Others wished they had made similar choices earlier in life. Twitter use Nomfie said:

"Where was this tweet a couple of years ago??! But today is definitely a turning point for me. Thank you for this Chris."

Nomvelo Mthembu-Dyas also shared similar sentiments:‏

"I wish I had learnt these lessons 5 years ago. I succumbed to the pressure of having a big car, "What were you thinking when you were buying such a small car" remarks."

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Tumi Nkosi, however, said his ego was not yet ready to downgrade his lifestyle.

"My ego and I are not there yet, but we are making slow progress towards the light. It is the three-pointed star until then."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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