- South Africans are amused after seeing a small Mercedes Benz vehicle that can only accommodate two people
- Many are interested in knowing the price but some reckon it will not come cheap just because the manufacturer, Mercedes Benz, is famous for luxury cars
- More Mzansi social media users are in love with the car but many have jokingly said the Merc can struggle to move beyond a bubble gum on the road
South Africans are reacting to images of a small Mercedes Benz that is said to be a two-seater and some have given the car a thumbs up.
Because it carries the log of the German manufacturer on the front and back, many Twitter users believe it is the best choice one can make as it is an economical car.
Even though many like what @LS_Magwaza has just shared on her timeline, some of his followers still believe it is too small.
The former Wits University student who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Politics tweeted the images with the caption ‘Hear me out’ and has attracted more than 6000 likes and 797 retweets by the time Briefly News wrote this article.
Briefly News takes a look at the comments and some of the reactions can definitely leave you in stitches.
“Then you’ll hear someone say “Girls with Merc” esitsho this pikinini (this small car).”
“Good thing is you can actually park it in your living room.”
“This is actually a Smart and Smart happens to be under Benz, so the only change is the emblem. It's cute though.”
Meanwhile, Briefly News recently reported on a story about 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.
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.
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