Bugatti Chiron Prices In South Africa

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  • Post last modified:January 16, 2023
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Bugatti vehicles are among the most expensive in the world. This may be one of the reasons why they aren’t so popular. However, if you love speed and can afford very expensive vehicles, you should consider purchasing one.

Today, the fastest car in the world is the Bugatti Chiron. Asides from being so fast, it has a very attractive design and is also very comfortable. Bugatti is a brand with a very rich history. Over the years, the company has evolved in the production of its vehicles even though they aren’t mass-produced. Each Bugatti is assembled by a team of about 20 individuals by hand making them among the most exclusive cars in the world.

How much does it cost to purchase a Bugatti Chiron in South Africa today? We will answer this question in this post and also show you some specifications of these vehicles.

Bugatti Chiron Prices in South Africa

Bugatti Chiron Prices in South Africa

At the time of its release into the market in 2017, the Bugatti Chiron was the fastest car in the world. It had a top speed of about 261 mph. There have been several upgrades on this vehicle since then. The question is, “how much does a Bugatti Chiron cost in South Africa?” We will show you the different models available in the country and how much they cost.

Brand New Bugatti Chiron Prices in South Africa

  • Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 2022: R$54,000,000 – R$63,000,000
  • Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300 Plus 2020: R$57,960,000 – R$64,800,000
  • Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport 2021: R$52,920,000 – R$56,880,000
  • Bugatti Chiron Sport 2019: R$49,320,000 – R$52,200,000
  • Bugatti Chiron 2019: R$46,080,000 – R$47,520,000
  • Bugatti Chiron 8.0 W16: R$37,800,000 – R$41,400,000

The cost of these vehicles changes frequently because of several factors. Some of these factors include exchange rate, customs duty, company policies, and government policies. Also, the prices on the market may differ slightly from the ones in this post because of your location and the vendor that you patronize.

Foreign-used and South African-used Bugatti Chiron Prices in South Africa

The prices of foreign-used Bugatti Chiron are quite flexible depending on the grade of the vehicle and year of production. Usually, these vehicles cost from R$27,000,000 upwards but are still more affordable than brand new Bugatti Chiron cars. We suggest that you reach out to a trusted exotic car dealer to place an order since these cars are mostly imported. Also, ensure that you check the vehicle properly to ensure that all the parts are in place and it is in great working condition.

There are a few South African-used Bugatti Chiron vehicles on the market. Just like the foreign-used ones, their prices vary a lot. It is quite difficult to state a specific price as the cost depends on the owner and the state of the vehicle. Usually, they cost between R$18,000,000 and R$28,800,000 on average. We do not advise you to purchase South African-used Bugatti Chiron vehicles because it is difficult to know the exact state of the vehicle. If you can, either purchase a brand new one or go for a foreign-used version.

Bugatti Chiron Specifications at a Glance

The specifications of a car tell a lot about the capacity of the car, its comfort, and what it presents to the user. In this section, we will look at the specifications of two of the most recent Bugatti Chiron models that we mentioned above.

Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport 2021

This is the second-latest version of the Bugatti Chiron available in South Africa. Check the specifications below:

Powertrain
Engine8,0l W16
Power1,479hp @ 6,700rpm (1,103kW)
Torque1,180lb·ft @ 2,000–6,000rpm (1,600N·m)
InductionTurbocharged
Fuel typePremium
Transmission7-speed automatic
DrivetrainAWD
Vehicle type / Category
Vehicle typeCoupe
CategoryExotic
AssemblyMolsheim,FR
Generation1
Fuel efficiency / Autonomy
City30.3L/100km
Highway20.9L/100km
Combined26.1L/100km
Autonomy383km
CO₂ emissions608g/km
Equipment
Infotainment
Steering / Suspension / Brakes / Tires
Steeringrack and pinion, electric assistance
Front suspensionindependent, double wishbones
Rear suspensionindependent, double wishbones
Front brakesDisc (ABS)
Rear brakesDisc (ABS)
Front tiresP285/30ZR20
Rear tiresP355/25ZR21
Safety
Seat belts2
Dimensions / Weight
Length4,544mm (179″)
Width2,038mm (80″)
Height1,212mm (48″)
Wheelbase2,711mm (107″)
Weight1,945kg (4,288lb)
Capacities
Passengers2
Trunk44l (2cuft)
Fuel tank100l (22gals)
Towing capacitynot recommended
Performance
Power to weight ratio567.0W/kg
0-100 km/h2.3s (manufacturer)
80-120 km/h1.7s (estimated)
Top speed420km/h (261mph) (manufacturer)
Braking distance31m
Warranty
Base warranty2 years/50,000km
Powertrain warranty2 years/50,000km

Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 2022

The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 2022 is the latest version of the Chiron. Check the specs of this vehicle at a glance below:

Powertrain
Engine8,0l W16
Power1,479hp @ 6,700rpm (1,103kW)
Torque1,180lb·ft @ 2,000–6,000rpm (1,600N·m)
InductionTurbocharged
Fuel typePremium
Transmission7-speed automatic
DrivetrainAWD
Vehicle type / Category
Vehicle typeCoupe
CategoryExotic
AssemblyMolsheim,FR
Generation1
Fuel efficiency / Autonomy
City26.8L/100km
Highway16.6L/100km
Combined22.2L/100km
Autonomy450km
CO₂ emissions522g/km
Equipment
Infotainment
Steering / Suspension / Brakes / Tires
Steeringrack and pinion, electric assistance
Front suspensionindependent, double wishbones
Rear suspensionindependent, double wishbones
Front brakesDisc (ABS)
Rear brakesDisc (ABS)
Front tiresP285/30ZR20
Rear tiresP355/25ZR21
Safety
Seat belts2
Dimensions / Weight
Length4,544mm (179″)
Width2,038mm (80″)
Height1,212mm (48″)
Wheelbase2,711mm (107″)
Weight1,995kg (4,398lb)
Capacities
Passengers2
Trunk44l (2cuft)
Fuel tank100l (22gals)
Towing capacitynot recommended
Performance
Power to weight ratio552.8W/kg
0-100 km/h2.4s (manufacturer)
80-120 km/h1.8s (manufacturer)
Top speed420km/h (261mph) (manufacturer)
Braking distance31m
Warranty
Base warranty2 years/50,000km
Powertrain warranty2 years/50,000km

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