Friendship Goals: Two Besties Flex on TikTok With Same Cars, Mzansi Envious

Friendship Goals: Two Besties Flex on TikTok With Same Cars, Mzansi Envious

  • Two ladies took to TikTok and showed off their friendship goals after they bought the same car
  • The women didn't buy just any ride, they boasted of Nissan's Magnite SUV, the only difference between their vehicles is the colour
  • The online users reacted to the video, with many applauding them for the achievement and wishing for a friendship like theirs
  • One of the friends took Briefly News on the journey that led them to buying the same vehicle
A TikTok video of two besties is going viral after they bought the same SUV car just a week apart.
A woman and her best friend served friendship goals after buying the same car just a week apart. Images: @namhlablack/ TikTok, @Bruma Nissan Dealership/ Facebook
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Two friends served friendship goals after they bought the same type of car just a week apart.

@namhlablack took to her TkTok account to show off the flex. In the clip, she can be seen parking the Nissan Magnite before her friend comes and park next to her. The only difference between the two vehicles is the colour. The other is grey while the other is white.

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What does the car have to offer?

Briefly News did some research on the car. It costs just over R230 000. The car boasts about being spacious, having the latest technology that will make one's driving a bit smoother and a powerful engine meant for the movers and the shakers of Africa.

Best friends buy the same car weeks apart

Watch the adorable TikTok video below:

Woman speaks to Briefly News about their decision to buy same car

Speaking to Briefly News, one of the women, Namhla said the car was under R250k including on-the-road costs like registration.

What drew her to the car was its amazing safety ratings and advanced safety features. The sleek design, fuel efficiency, and positive reviews she came across during her research were impressive.

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In addition, the car's reputation for reliability and low maintenance costs also contributed to her choice. Namhla said that she and her friend dint plan to buy the same car, it just beautifully happened.

"My friend and I did not plan to buy the same car. It was a delightful coincidence that unfolded during our individual car shopping journeys.
"The experience of unintentionally choosing the same car has added a unique and fun twist to our respective car ownership journeys. We're looking forward to enjoying our rides together and creating lasting memories with our matching vehicles."

TikTokkers showed love for the friendship

The TikTok user's video garnered over 100k likes, with many online users feeling envious and wanting to serve the same friendship goals.

@TK Mhayise said:

"Real friendships… not bo 'she literally bought a car same as mine'"

@wendythembi applauded:

"To us the Magnite girlies …. Congrats ladies."

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@Tshitshi Pearl Thwal gushed:

"Magnite girlies "

@MamaM shared:

"My best friend and I stopped being friends because she got mad that we both got the same car and we didn’t tell each other mind you . I was so excited and umuntu yeyyyy started complaining."

Mzansi besties flex matching cars

In another story, Briefly News reported about two Mzansi best friends who bought red matching Mazdas.

In a viral TikTok video, two besties, mimicking driving while walking in a parking lot, suddenly cut to a scene of them cruising in their brand-new identical red Mazda cars.

The viral video has gone beyond mere entertainment, becoming a source of encouragement and a testament to the power of female friendship. Many viewers expressed their desire to follow in their footsteps and purchase matching cars with their own best friends.

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Source: Briefly News

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Sinothando Siyolo (Editor) Sinothando Siyolo is a Human Interest Writer at Briefly News. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from the University of Cape Town (UCT), with majors in Media and Writing, Politics and Governance. Before joining Briefly, Sinothando worked as a Content Producer for Hibari Media and as a News Content Producer for The South African (TSA). He has the ability to write across various sections - News, Human Interest, Politics, Entertainment, and Business. He joined Briefly in 2023. You can contact Sinothando at s2pinyana@gmail.com

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