The Kenyan auto industry has in the recent years seen better and better cars on our roads. The leading giant CMC Motors has the best ford cars which are not only affordable but also built for the Kenyan roads.
Here are the 5 most common ford cars available in Kenya.
1. Ford Ranger
The Ford Ranger delivers a bold front end and an interior packed with innovative features. With exceptional safety credentials and a range of cab styles, there’s a Ranger to suit every need.
2. Ford Fusion
Ford Fusion was unveiled in Kenya in 2019 and is sold by CMC Motors Group. The Ford Fusion is available in two models; The Ford Fusion Trend at retail at about 4 Million KES 3.975 million & the Fusion Titanium will cost 4.925 million.
3. Ford Figo
Ford Figo is that car with sporty and aerodynamic exterior design, cutting-edge technology, and powerful yet fuel efficient engines. The new Figo introduced in Kenya in 2015 offers style, smart technologies and high levels of safety, while retaining the auto’s established reputation for fuel efficiency and overall value. Figo is available in two body styles, including the familiar five-door hatchback as well as a new four-door sedan
4. FORD EVEREST
Talk of SUVs, did you know that in the next 10 years, SUV’s will account for 50% of total vehicle sales? That is according to estimates by key players in the auto industry. The Ford Everest is that vehicle that is designed to tackle tough terrain and unexpected obstacles, the Everest 4WD will take you nearly anywhere you want to go.
5. FORD ECOSPORT
The Ford EcoSport is probably the smallest crossover SUV on the market, somewhat bigger than a hatchback and a little taller than a sedan, but smaller than most crossover SUVs on the market today.
EcoSport is ideal for young families because it is versatile for family transport, as smaller persons fit well in the back. If you need to carry anything as large as a washing machine, you can fold down the rear seats and open up the rear.
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