When it comes to buying a car, there are a lot of aspects that go into choosing a car that anyone should be very wary of as they go into that dealership to get their keys.
Some people will look at how popular the brand is in Kenya when they are deciding which one to get.
Let's look at the top five most popular cars in Kenya and why most people prefer them when buying:
The Mazda Demio especially is one of the most sold car in Kenya for the fact that it has an amazing fuel economy and the availability of cheap spare parts.
It is an expensive vehicle and many consider it quite expensive to maintain but what many people love about the Landcruiser is the fact that you can depend on it.
You will never see a Toyota Landcruiser broken down by the roadside and this is what many people want.
It is also incredibly agile and the handling for the drivers is excellent according to many users.
This is another subcompact hatchback that has gained a lot of popularity in Kenya especially among ladies.
The vehicle's fuel economy is on point and the availability of spare parts is something that many look forward to since it means low maintenance costs.
The Nissan Note is a subcompact hatchback as well and it is loved for how affordable it is and the fuel economy on it.
This vehicle is also cheap to maintain and won't require endless hours at the mechanic given how dependable it is.
This is probably one of the most bought vehicles in Kenya for the sheer fact that they are able to do almost everything.
Fuel economy is also something that many people look for in this vehicle and how fast they are.
So, if you're thinking of getting your first car, then select among these five that are very dependable on the Kenyan market.
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