Hello guys and welcome again to my article. Today we are going to talk about the top 8 cheapest cars you can purchase.
We have got many car models in Kenya. These cars come with different prices basing on their models and features. There are those cars that cost thousands of money, some cost millions of money and some cost multimillions of money.
The cheapest cars in Kenya have also become sources of income for some cab drivers in many towns and cities in Kenya. This is because these cars consume a meager amount of money when it comes to fuel.
The variation of the price of such cars enables people of different categories purchase cars of choice. Keeping in mind that in this nation we have got different classes of people. That is, people from high class, middle class and lower class.
In this article I I'm going to list some of the cheapest cars in Kenya you can buy and they range from Ksh. 400, 000 to Ksh 900,000.
1. Toyota Probox
Toyota Probox is a trendy car in Kenya and every Kenyan has a different view about the car. Mostly used by small business people since it literally goes everywhere.
Toyota Probox comes with a 1.5 Litre engine and costs between Ksh400,000 and Ksh 900,000.
The car has good space and consumes meager amounts of fuel per km. Toyota Probox comes with features like power steering, power windows, among others.
2. Mazda Demio
Mazda Demio Is Mazda’s cheapest car. It is known for its good fuel economy and performance. Mazda Demio comes with a 1.5 Litre petrol engine, different colors and trims to choose from, good ride control systems, and safety features like ABS brakes. These features makes it among the best cheapest cars in Kenya. It costs between Ksh 500,000 and Ksh 700 000 depending on the year of production.
3. Honda Fit
Third on my list is Honda Fit that costs between Ksh 600 000 and Ksh 900000.
Honda Fit is a basic model within Honda’s cheapest cars from Japan that they added to its range of mass production. It is one of the best cheapest cars in Kenya because it has general features similar to Honda Civics except for its body size which is smaller than Honda Civic. Fit comes with accessories like fog lights, remote control locking and power windows, among others.
Honda fit consumes meager amounts of fuel per km and comes with a good warranty offer. Honda fit been on the road since 2001 and continues to be one of the best cheapest cars in Kenya.
4. Toyota Vitz
Fourth on my list of cheapest cars in Kenya is the Toyota Vitz. This cheapest car is one of the cheapest in Kenya out there because it costs between Ksh 400,000 and Ksh 800,000. The best thing about this cheapest car is that it is a perfect starter car for learners and new drivers and people looking for cheap but reliable cars in Kenya. This vehicle has several features as an entry-level cheapest car, including a sound system with Bluetooth technology, fog lights, speed control setting, among other things.
The Toyota Vitz cheapest car in Kenya has an automatic transmission and even has power locks fitted to it to make your life easier when locking and unlocking your doors. The best thing about Toyota Vitz is the fuel economy of this car. It consumes very little fuel when compared to other cheap cars in Kenya.
5. Subaru Impreza
The first Subaru appears on my list of cheapest cars in Kenya is the Subaru Impreza. This car comes with a 1.6 petrol engine coupled to either a 5-speed manual transmission system or Subaru Lineartronic CVT transmission system which makes Subaru one of the best Subaru cars.
Subaru Impreza is a speedy and efficient Subaru car in Kenya. Subaru Impreza comes with a starting price of ksh 600,000.
6. Nissan Cube
Nissan cube is one of the cheapest Nissan cars you can get in Kenya. The car offers features that you will find on most Nissan cars like power windows, remote locking, among other things.
The Nissan Cube is suitable for drivers with varying needs ranging from commercial use to personal use and learners looking for their first cheapest car in Kenya.
It costs around Ksh 600,000. The Cube is known to consume a low amount of fuel per km.
7. Toyota IST
Another car that is really good and cheap is the Toyota IST. The car is good in terms of maintenance and you can do most repairs at Toyota service centers around Kenya. Toyota IST has features like power windows and power steering which make it a cheap car to own and drive.
It costs between Ksh 400 000 and Ksh 900,000 depending on the year it was manufactured.
8. Nissan March
The second Nissan on my list of cheap cars in Kenya is the Nissan march with a 1.2 Litre petrol engine coupled to a 4-speed automatic transmission system.Nissan march consumes meager amounts of fuel per km and is the cheapest Nissan car you can get in Kenya. Nissan march costs around Ksh 300,000 to Ksh 700,000 depending on where you wish to purchase it from and for what year it was manufactured.
Is there any other cheapest car in Kenya a part from my list above? Leave your comment below. Also like my page, follow and share. Thank you.
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