Sasol Kleinmond is a 24-hour service station that is situated on the R44 in Kleinmond. When you fill up at Sasol Kleinmond, your car will be treated to Sasol’s own brand of unleaded petrol or ULS (Ultra Low Sulphur content) diesel that promotes engine health and long-lasting engine performance. The friendly petrol attendants who work in the forecourt are also ready to top-up your oil and pump your tyres so that your wheels keep turning on your travels along the Cape Whale Coast. Sasol Kleinmond has a convenient 24-hour Sasol Delight convenience store that stocks a wide range of basic home essentials as well as a few speciality items, such as prepaid airtime and electricity. There are handy Absa and Capitec ATMs on-site.
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The team at Sasol Kleinmond have one main goal... that you reach your destination safely. The popular fuel station is protected by CCTV and the staff are all highly trained in fire-safety and first aid.
Sasol Delight is the perfect stop-grab-and-go, 24 hour convenience store and stocks a myriad of products. Whether you need a loaf of fresh bread, your favourite magazine, a hot cup of coffee or a midnight sweet treat , Sasol Delight has got it all - any time of the day or night. There are Absa and Capitec ATMs on-site.
For the home
The shelves at Sasol Delight are stocked with all the essentials that you will need and they often run specials that compare favourably with larger supermarkets. Shop for:
For the tummy
Sasol Delight has a Lavazza coffee station and a bakery that sells fresh:
For the car
Sasol Delight aims to keep your car in tip-top condition and stock:
For your convenience
No need to stand in long queues at busy supermarkets and banks because Sasol Delight sell:
We all love a good road trip. Just you and your friends out on the open road listening to your favorite music, enjoying each other’s company. However, nothing kills the mood faster than car troubles. Here are seven tips to get your car ready for a long road trip:
Your car’s fluids keep its wheels turning. Before you head out make sure all your car's fluids (coolant, brake-fluid, transmission fluid, oil and of course petrol and diesel) are topped up.
Tires make all the difference on the road, so make sure your tires have enough tread on them and are properly inflated.
It’s more than likely that on your road trip you’ll need to do some night time driving. Make sure to test every single light on your car to make sure that you can see, and can be seen in the dark.
Your car’s battery powers all the electronics in your car and provides the spark that gets your engine going. Get it checked before you leave or you run the risk of standing at the side of the road with your thumb out.
5. Belts and Hoses
Pop open the bonnet and look for any cracks or frayed edges on your belts and hoses. If you see any unsafe characters, replace them immediately. It will be cheaper to pay for new belts and hoses than having to pay for new belts, hoses and a tow truck.
“5* Service all round! Very helpful and friendly.” Antoinette Boshoff
“Friendly people, very good service and a nice stop after a long drive.” Estelle Nagel
“Clean bathrooms and a fully stocked shop. Friendly staff.” Saadiq Sayed