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The cheapest cars that you can buy in Kenya

When looking for a cheap car, there are some factors that you need to consider such as the year of manufacture and the condition of th car as they play a huge role in determining how cheap a car goes for. Cars with mechanical issues tend to be cheaper than the ones in mint condition. Therefore if you want to buy a cheap car, you can go for the ones with minor mechanical issues if you know that you will not spend a fortune in doing the repairs. Below is a list of some of the cheapest cars that you can buy in Kenya.

1.Nissan Cube.

From the first look at this vehicle, you will love its mean look. The Nissan Cube is a subcompact car that has been manufactured by Nissan since 1998. This car is known to be very fuel efficient and you can get one for just ksh 600,000. Even though this car is very cheap, personally I would not recommend it to anyone who is looking for a reliable car as there is a big problem when it comes to sourcing spare parts for this vehicle.

2.Toyota Vitz.

This is one of the most common Toyotas you will see in Kenya. This is because this subcompact car is very efficient and stylish. This car costs between Ksh 400,000 and Ksh 800,000 or less. This is the perfect car for a taxi business or any university student who wants to drive a car.

3.Mazda Demio.

Just like the vitz, this car is also very popular in the taxi business because of its efficiency. This car has a good fuel economy and very high performance. It costs between Ksh 300,000 and Ksh 700 000 depending on the year of production.

4.Nissan March.

If you are looking for a good reliable Nissan, then I would prefer you go for the Nissan march.  Nissan march costs around Ksh 300,000 to Ksh 700,000 depending on where you wish to purchase it from.

5.Toyota Probox.

This car is very common in Kenya for its reliability. If you are looking for the best vehicle for your business, then this is the vehicle that you should go for. This car costs between Ksh 400,000 and Ksh 800,000.

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