False advertisement. Dealer and car is situated in Kwasulu Natal and not mpumalanga and gauteng.
Nice and comfortable, roomy with the seats folded down can almost fit as much as a half ton bakkie. Engine is gutsy and handles quite well for a mid size SUV
I have found the Atos to be a perfectly reliable, well-rounded little car. Four doors + hatch offer great convenience and versatility, with a boot larger than its closest competitors. Though it's 1.1-litre engine is slightly underpowered, it's eager and light on fuel, especially when it comes to running about town (though long road trips leave no cause for concern). Also, another major asset in the Atos' possession is the standard A/C and front electric windows. Overall, a very competent, reliable package with very few real drawbacks, especially for the price.
The Hyundai Getz is a reliable and surprisingly practical little car. With a great shape and good looks the Getz is better than what people give it credit for. The interior is clean and spacious inside. It comes standard with central locking, front & back electric windows and aircon, so keeping cool in summer is never a problem. It has all the necessary features you need. A really nifty feature is the speed control for the windscreen wipers. Looking like a loaf of bread on wheels, the 1.4l litre engine is very willing and even fully loaded, it can easily get up to highway speed. The Getz is very roomy for four people, and there's a large, well-shaped boot. The fog lamps on the round bumper assist not only for better visibility, but also gives a sporty look. It's agile and easy to drive - making it ideal for driving around town. Been driving my Getz for nearly 2 years now and still very satisfied.