Nissan doesn't seem to have the best reputation in Kenya. Even though some specific models should be avoided, Nissan vehicles are some of the best cars you can get. Below is a list of five Nissan cars that you can consider buying.
1. Nissan Juke.
If you do your research, you will realize that this is one of the cheapest and best crossovers that you can buy in Kenya. Even though this car comes with its set of problems, this is the perfect economical vehicle for anyone who wants to buy a small SUV. This car handles well with its high ground clearance and is very comfortable. Even though some models tend to come with the problematic CVT, the juke is still a good car as long as you avoid the problematic ones.
2. Nissan Caravan.
This vehicle is commnly known as the Nissan NV350. It's a direct competitor to the Toyota Hiace. Even though the Hiace still remains dominant on Kenyan roads, there are a number of people who have taken up the caravan.
3. Nissan note.
This car is a direct competitor of the Toyota Ractis and the Subaru Trezia. This vehicle is spacious comfortable and perfect for a taxi business. Even though this car has been undergoing improvements with every model released, it is not bad to say that this vehicle competes equally with some of the best hatchbacks in the word.
4. Nissan march.
This vehicle has been around since 1982. It competes with the Toyota passo and Suzuki Swift. This car handles well and is perfect for the taxi business. Its also good on fuel consumption due to its small engine size.
5. Nissan Patrol.
If you are looking for a Nissan that gives Toyota some shivers then this is the car to go for. This is one of the best SUVs you can spend you money on. This vehicle is fun to drive and has a lot of amazing features.
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