Vehicles are very important in the life of human beings. They make life cheaper by facilitating transportation of goods and human beings from one place to another. For many years most of the African countries including Kenya have been importing vehicles from Germany and Japan. They did so because there were no availability of required materials and technology to either assemble or manufacture the vehicles. As time goes by, these African countries Kenya in particular, became civilised and gained alot of skills necessary for manufacturing and assembling their own motor vehicles. This article discusses one of the best motor vehicles locally made in Kenya.
Mobius 2 Vehicles.
Mobius vehicles are manufactured in a purpose-built production facility located in Nairobi City. Mobius Motors Limited Company was founded in 2010 to manufacture and assemble vehicles for the African market. The founder and CEO of Mobius Motors Ltd is Mr. Joel Jackson.
Mobius 2 is engineered to enhance your driving experience, keeping you closely connected to the road and giving you more opportunity to enjoy off-road adventure in the beautiful scenery of Kenya and Africa in general.
Mobius 2 vehicle is built with a 4 cylinder, 16 valve 1.8 litre engine. It has a 5 speed manual transmission and a 55 litre fuel tank capacity.
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