1. Toyota Vitz
This small car by Toyota has a small engine less than 1000cc and is among the favourites of young Kenyan population save for it's price. It has either 3 or 5 doors compact and it costs between Ksh 400,000 and Ksh 700,000.
2. Toyota Belta
This car is developed from the Toyota Vitz the only difference being that with the Belta, it's a saloon. It has 1000cc engine and 109 horsepower just like the Toyota Vitz. It goes at a price of between Ksh 600,000 and Ksh 800,000.
3. Honda Fit
This is a small hatchback made by Honda.it first came to the market in 2001 and it has made amazing profits for Honda. It has 5 doors and 4 seats with an additional 1. Its engine ranges between 1.2 and 1.5L. It costs between Ksh 600,000 and Ksh 900,000.
4. Nissan Cube
It is a mini multi-purpose vehicle that has been in the market since 1998. It has a 1.4 and 1.5L engine and costs between Ksh 400,000 and Ksh 600,000.
5. Toyota IST
Made by Toyota, this subcompact car is among the coolest cheap cars in Kenya today. They are mostly imported from Japan and UK and they have 1.3 and 1.5 litre engine. This car has 5 doors and it costs between Ksh 400,000 and 1M depending on the model year.
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