Africa's First Black-owned Zimbabwean Car Builder Mureza Auto To Sell 1st Car For $13 500 This Week


Mureza Auto, the first black-owned car building company in Africa, registered in Zimbabwe and South Africa will release the first batch of 100 Prim8 badged vehicles into the market this week.

"This is a major milestone in our vision to become the leading car manufacturer in Africa. To the African market, the wait is almost over. We are working in the background to ensure we bring quality and affordable vehicles to the African continent." Said Mureza CEO Tatenda Mungofa in a statement

The Prim8 vehicles can be pre-ordered and reserved at $3000 (about R44 000) on the Mureza website for delivery in South Africa or Zimbabwe.

The comprehensive specification of the top model includes keyless entry, seven-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth, satnav, reversing camera, cruise control, parking sensors, audio system, air conditioning, power-adjustable driver's seat, four airbags, electronic stability control, ABS brakes and tyre pressure monitoring.

The Prim8 line-up, consisting of two models, will enter the market in South Africa at a suggested retail price of R196 000 and $13 500 in Zimbabwe. Other models in development include the Prime8-inspired T1 bakkie and the Athlete and Tusker models set to roll out next year.
Mungwadzi Godwin

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