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Cars with the lowest resale value in Kenya that you should avoid

When you want to buy a car, the resale value is one of the important things to consider especially if it is your first car. Tgis is because there will come a time when you might need to sell it in order to upgrade to a mew one or get some fast cash. Below is a list of some cars with the lowest resale values in Kenya.

1. Nissan Wingroad.

The Nissan Wingroad is one of the most popular cars on kenyan roads. This is because they are cheap to acquire and are relatively cheap to maintain. The Nissan wingroad is relatively reliable since its spare parts are relatively chap and easily accessible. This car is known to have CVT and overheating issues. Even though you can get one for as low as 230,000 Kenyan shillings, it is good to be careful as cars that come cheap tend to have more problems.

2. Nissan Slyphy Bluebird.

If you want to buy a used sedan, then you need to be really keen before buying a used Nissan Slyphy Bluebird. This is mainly because this car is known to have CVT transmission problems and gearbox oil leakage. Apart from this, it has also been noticed to develop suspension noise after the 80,000KM mark. This explains why these vehicles have low resale values.

3. Mitsubishi Galant.

The Mistsubishi Galant is a sedan automobile that was produced by Mitsubishi from 1969 to 2012. This model was discontinued because it was too expensive to produce and most buyers had lost interest in the car. Some of the reasons why this car has a low resale value is because: engine stalling due to failed idle air control valve, premature failure of the automatic transmission, rattle noise from the exhaust heat shield.

4. Nissan B15.

Even though the Nissan b series was some of the most reliable cars produced, the Nissan b15 was not the best car. This is because over 70% of the owners were heard complaining of this car's engine overheating. Apart from that the gearbox also tends to develop problems overtime. This explains why this car has a low resale value.

5. Nissan Cube.

The Nissan cube looks like a bulldog but has a relatively low resale value. The main reason for this is that its spares are expensive to acquire and there are very few mechanics who are familiar with its engine system.

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