Why You Should Consider Single Cab Bakkies

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Single Cab bakkies are embedded into South African culture. They have helped shaped the country, from driving crops up and down dusty roads, helping small construction companies to doubling up as a makeshift swimming pool during rugby matches.

Whichever way you look at it, Single Cab bakkies are part of South Africa. So why are they so loved? Here are a few reasons why they are so loved in South Africa.


South Africans love being practical, so the bakkie should be to. A flat bed with simple locking, much like the GWM Steed 5 Single Cab, is ideal for when you want to load and unload heavy items. Due to the large amount of space in SA, people tend to purchase bigger things. Larger sofas and larger fridges are easily transported using a Single Cab.


Single Cab bakkies are usually specified with few features, as practicality is key to this model. With 2-3 seats in the front, Single Cab models transport only the necessary, driver and items. This is great for small companies or farmers. The GWM Steed 5 Single Cab 4x2 Workhorse is a great example of affordable practicality.


Due to their practicality and simplicity, they have little that goes wrong. Single Cab bakkies are known as workhorses, muels that lug around heavy loads to areas that most cars dare to go. As for as purpose goes, any Single Cab bakkie for sale can expect a tough life. We’re not saying that Double Cab bakkies such as the Steed 5 Double Cab or Steed 5E aren’t durable, but their premium interiors are designed to cater for a more style conscious market.


When looking at Single Cab vs Double Cab bakkies, the one thing that always makes the single cab for sale a better prospect is price. You get tons of practicality at a highly affordable price. Great deal for any South African consumer.

When you are looking at the list of Single Cab bakkies for sale it’s best you make sure to consider what you want and how you will utilise it. The utility is ultimately the deciding factor when you consider Single Cab vs Double Cab bakkies.

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