In Kenya, small cargo by the name Dudu is believed to be slow and boring to drive. However, this has changed drastically as small cars seem to be very powerful. Since its introduction into the Kenyan Market, the Mazda 2 has been a game-changer for most far owners.
Commonly known as the Mazda Demio, the Mazda 2 is a five-seater hatchback that has been in production since 1992 a's is one of the best competitors to the Toyota Vitz. The current version is produced on the same platform as the Mazda CX-5 and is available in two engine options of 1.3L and 1.5L.
It is also available in a front-engine front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive layout with a good fuel efficiency of 18.9 km/L. The fact that it is available in a diesel engine makes it suitable for anyone who is looking for fuel economy.
Just like the CX-5, the Mazda Demio has an attractive exterior design with a quality interior. It also has lots of legroom and headroom for the passengers. Currently, it goes for around 1 million Kenyan shillings.
When purchasing the Mazda Demio, you might want to keep aside some money to replace or reinforce the rear beam as it is known to be weak. Apart from that, there is nothing to worry about as it is practical, affordable and reliable.
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