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Used Cars that you should avoid buying in Kenya

1. Mitsubishi Chariot Grandis.

The Mistsubishi Chariot is a small MPV manufactured by Mitsubishi from 1983 to 2003. This seven seater MPV has a 2.4 liter engine that produces 162 horsepower. Even though this car might give you some power, it has very high repair costs incase it breaks down. Apart from this, it has a high fuel consumption, bad sound and a wavuling engine.

2. Volkswagen Touareg.

The Volkswagen Touareg is a midsize crossover SUV that has been in production since 2002. This five door SUV is very comfortable and luxurious with exquisite technology. Even though the second generation of the Volkswagen Touareg looks good, it does not have the best reputation when it comes to reliability. This car suffers from engine issues, minor transmission issues, electrical and fuel system issues.

3. Volkswagen new Beetle.

The old Volkswagen Beetle are very famous for their reliability. However when you take a look at the newer models, you will realize that most car buyers tend to avoid the used ones. Even though they are available in hatchback and convertible versions, most people tend to avoid them because of the numerous problems that they come with. Some of those problems include slow-shifting in the automatic transmission, higher fuel economy, suspension and brake issues. Apart from this, the interior of these cars is not of the best quality.

4. BMW 330i.

The BMW 330i is part of the BMW 3 series that features some of the most executive cars that have been in production since May 1975. Even though the BMW 330i boasts of quality and reliability while still brand new, this car might prove to be a headache when you buy a used version as they are perform poorly when it comes to reliability.

5. Mazda Familia.

The Mazda Familia is also known as the Mazda 323. This vehicle is known to have very low resale prices. The main reason for this is because this vehicle has tons of problems.

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