The Toyota RAV4 is undoubtedly one of the best crossover-SUVs you can get in Kenya. This is because this car signifies class and demands for respect. It looks classy, it is very luxurious and its a car that everyone would love to own. However the only problem that some people might have with this car is the price. At a price of 5.1 million Kenyan shillings, this car seems a little overpriced compared to its competitors. Below are some of the best alternatives to the Toyota RAV4 that you can buy in Kenya.
1. Subaru Forester.
This is one of the most famous vehicles in Kenya. This is because these cars are known for speed and comfort. If you are a Subaru enthusiast then going for a Forester in place of a RAV4 might be one of the best options for you. A brand new Subaru Forester will cost you a maximum of 3.1 million Kenyan shillings.
2. Honda CR-V.
This car is classified as one of the best compact crossover-SUVs you can get. This is because this car combines quality and value in its class. It is spacious, reliable and fuel efficient.You can get yourself one of these car for just 2.2 million Kenyan shillings and enjoy your ride.
3. Honda vezel.
This car is not so popular in Kenya since It was recently introduced to the Kenyan market. However, this is one of the most fuel efficient crossovers you will get in Kenya. This vehicle has a fuel consumption rate of 21km/l. This makess it much better than the Toyota RAV4. When it comes to price, this car comes cheap as you will have to part with a maximum of 2.35 million Kenyan shillings to own one.
4. Nissan Juke.
If you are a Nissan lover then Juke is the way to go. This is because this car is efficient, easy to maintain and comfortable. However, it is advisable to be keen when choosing a Nissan Juke because some models have been reported to have gearbox failure.
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