The Toyota Probox is the most popular station wagon in Kenya. When the probox was introduced into the Kenyan market, there was some reluctance among most car buyers due to its unpleasant shape. However, this perception changed after buyers got to test the Probox and it proved quite reliable and efficient. Since most Probox drivers tend to disobey traffic rules and are somewhat reckless going for a Toyota Probox might not be a good idea. Below is a list of some of the best alternatives for the Toyota Probox in Kenya.
1. Nissan Advan.
The Nissan Advan is Nissan's version of the Toyota Probox. It is popular in Kenya due to its reliability and bulletproof dependability. It has low maintenance costs since its spares are readily available at cheap prices.
2. Toyota Succeed.
There is no better alternative to the Toyota Probox than its twin. The Toyota Succeed and the Toyota Probox are built on the same platform. The difference between the two is that the Succeed is luxurious compared to the Probox. Otherwise, everything else is similar.
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