Woman fills tank for R372, stuns Mzansi: “Thought it was a scooter”

Woman fills tank for R372, stuns Mzansi: “Thought it was a scooter”

- A young lady revealed that she only spent R372 to fill her petrol tank

- She drives a Kia Picanto and it proved to be a big talking point

- The news went viral via social media, as the post received a mixed reaction

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A female motorist took to Twitter to gush about how little she spent to fill her car's petrol tank.

Providing photos to corroborate her story, Twitter user Rakgadi wa Picanto (@RakgadiMmati) revealed that she only spent R372 to fill her ride to the brim.

Briefly.co.za noted that her tweet attracted more than 6 000 likes since being shared on Sunday.

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The young lady revealed that she drives a Kia Picanto and it proved to be a big talking point.

While many lauded her for the prudent vehicle choice, others were quick to mock her small vehicle with tiny engine.

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Mr Masindi Sir (@Mr_Masindi) couldn't hide his surprise:

"That is a really small tank, I though it was a scooter."

Mzwise Gumbi (@MzwiseDaDJ) said,

"Lol be happy now because next year or before the end of this year you'll be paying almost R20 a litre."

PLATINUM ICE (@DizzyMasango) shared a similar experience:

"This car is a gem, also had an automatic. If I had a chance, I’d buy it again."

Surahfas (@SM75502576) addressed some of the critics in the thread:

"Can the people making fun of the tank and car post their credit scores please?"

A few weeks ago, Briefly.co.za repoted that U.S oil prices tumbled as the economic crisis set off by the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a toll on the energy sector.

The price turned negative for the first time in history.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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