For the past few weeks, the Kenya police service have been seen acquiring new vehicles to improve their efficiency. Some of these vehicles are known to be very efficient while some of them are a first to the entity. Recently, the Kenya police announced that they would be adding the Mahindra Scorpio and the Proton X70 to their fleet of cars. This has suprised many kenyans as these two vehicles are not that known and may not seem that efficient.
The Proton X70 is a compact SUV that is produced in Malaysia and has been in production since 2018. This car competes with the Mazda CX-5, Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4. This vehicle is very comfortable and boasts of reliability and value.
The Proton X70 has a 6 speed automatic transmission which pairs well with the 1.8L 4G18TDBI4 turbo engine. This car costs about 4,650,000 Kenya shillings and is readily available in the country. It has a fuel tank capacity of 60 Litres and a fuel efficiency of 10.6 litre per 100km.
Do you think the Proton X70 is the perfect SUV for the kenya police?
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