Mzansi Hilariously Reacts to Small Car: "R40 Ke Full Tank"

Mzansi Hilariously Reacts to Small Car: "R40 Ke Full Tank"

- South African social media users are overwhelmed by images of a small car as one Mzansi user suggests it can take R40 to fill up the tank

- Another South African social media account holder says the car has no safety features and hilariously says it should be classified as a quad bike

- While many are still surprised to see the small, unusual car on the road, many believe they can run faster than the light vehicle

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Images of a small car that can possibly cost only R40 to fill up the tank are causing a storm on social media circles.

@_shanom has shared a collage of images on her Twitter timeline, saying she is certain the light motor vehicle can be easily filled with a few rands.

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On the other hand, @MohlaleGCR has also taken to his social media page to share snaps of the same vehicle, saying it has no power steering, no safety airbags, and should be classified as a quad bike.

Mzansi users are hilariously reacting to the car that is trending on the social media application and Briefly News takes a look at the funny comments.

@TerryDiso said:

“I can run faster than this thing.”

@Hoelypapiii said:

“Bruh you can’t even hop on the highway with this.”

@XhosaSuperman said:

“Honestly I'd buy it knowing that it will still be there after groove.”

@_Reanaey_xx said:

“I still can’t believe this car is real.”

@MphoK_ shared her thoughts:

“Who approved these!?.”

@Mzamo_The_D posed a question:

"No airbags? No power steering? Manje what happens when those truck drivers and Polo drivers hit you on the road?."
Mzansi social networkers are amused and react to the images of a small car. Image: Twitter
Mzansi social networkers are amused and react to the images of a small car. Image: Twitter
Source: Twitter

Briefly News reported on an amusing video that was shared on social media showing a gogo's reaction to being driven in a speeding car.

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The footage was recorded by her son, who was driving. Social media users were amused by her panic. The video was shared on the South Africa Live Facebook page and had received over 1 000 reactions.

Many were amused by the grandmother while others noted that she was not wearing a seat belt and were concerned about her safety.

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Source: Briefly News

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Phumzile Ngcatshe (Editor) Phumzile Ngcatshe is a staunch football fan and a lover of political and human interest stories. He launched his journalism career working for various community publications but eventually joined where he worked until October 2020. In March 2021 Pumzile also started writing human interest, mainstream and sports news for Briefly News. Phumzile's love for writing saw him earn a national qualification in Journalism and Media Studies and a qualification in video and television production.

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