In today's world, there are different types of cars being sold. This means that you can easily get a car since they are not that expensive.
If you ask around, you will realize that many people have a dream of owning a car in their life. However, most people do not get to achieve their dream because cars are expensive to maintain and acquire.
For example, if you want to purchase a brand new car in Kenya with zero mileage, you will have to spend at least 1.5 million Kenyan shillings just to purchase a car. Apart from purchasing the car, you will have to spend some money on getting insurance coverage for the vehicle and servicing it.
On average, you will require about 1.65 million Kenyan shillings to purchase a vehicle worth 1.5 million Kenyan shillings and start driving it.
What is the minimum amount of money that you need to purchase a car in Kenya?
When purchasing a car, most people always consider the minimum amount of money that one needs to purchase a car.
In Kenya, the price of a car depends on many factors. If you are purchasing a used car, the minimum amount of money you should be ready to spend is about 200,000 Kenyan shillings. This is only if the car that you are purchasing is old.
On the other hand, if you are purchasing a foreign used car in Kenya, you will require a minimum of 700,000 depending on the type of car that you want to purchase.
You can also get some cars for as low as 100,000 Kenyan shillings. However, they may not be in the best conditions.
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