1. Honda civic.
The most common Honda that you will always see on the kenyan roads is the Honda CR-V since it is a very reliable crossover SUV. However if you are looking for a very reliable sedan, it is advisable to consider the Honda Civic. This car is a five seater with a four cylinder engine that is available in an automatic or manual transmission option. It has a price tag of 1.35 to 1.5 million kenyan shillings.
2. Toyota Avensis.
The Toyota Avensis is a midsize family car built in Derbyshire. This car is loved for its reliability, low running costs and comfortability. This car has a decent cargo space and is very suitable for long journeys. This car has a price tag of 1.45 million kenyan shillings.
3. Mazda Biante.
If you loved the Mazda Bongo then you will really love this car. This is because the Biante was introduced by Mazda in 2008 in order to replace the Mazda Bongo. The Mazda Biante is an eight seater MPV that features the skyactiv drivetrain and technology. This vehicle has a price tag of 1.5 million kenyan shillings.
4. Mitsubishi delica.
The Mitsubishi Delica D:5 is an eight seater minivan that has been in production from 2007. This van is spacious, comfortable and has enough leg room for all passengers and the driver. It also comes with elevated seats. This vehicle has a price tag of 1.6 million kenyan shillings.
5. Suzuki Escudo.
The Suzuki Escudo is a compact SUV that has been in the market since 1988. This vehicle has proven to be a worthy off-road vehicle. It has a well refined interior that gives you a luxurious feel. This car has a price tag of 2.3 million kenyan shillings.
6. Nissan Vanette.
Even though this vehicle is becoming more popular day by day, most people seem not to love it because it has a Nissan logo. The Nissan Vanette has proven to be very reliable since it is stylish and less problematic compared to its competitors. This car has a price tag of 1.5 million kenyan shillings.
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