Kenya's car market is developing faster than anyone can predict. This is because there are a lot of ambitious people who are spending their money on cars. Most car buyers in Kenya are fast adopting crossover-SUVs with the most common cars being the Subaru Forester, Honda CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and the Mazda CX-5.
Even though there are tons of crossover-SUVs in Kenya, the ones listed above are the most common since you will see them on most parts of the country. The main reason why most people love crossovers is because they are cheaper and really drive smoothly on the roads compared to SUVs.
Even though crossover-SUVs are good vehicles in terms of comfort and reliability, most of them are not so economical when it comes to fuel. This is because most of them will give you an average fuel consumption of 15km/l.
That is where the Honda Vezel comes in. This car is still new to the kenyan market as it was introduced recently. However when it comes to fuel efficiency, this car will never disappoint. The Honda Vezel has a fuel consumption rate of 21km/l.
The honda Vezel sport has a 1500c engine with 160 hp. This vehicle is equipped with an automatic transmission and provides you with a maximum speed of 180km/h.
When it comes to the price, this vehicle is way cheaper compared to the Toyota RAV4 but not so much different from the mazda CX-5. This is because it costs a minimum of 2.2 million and a maximum of 2.35 million Kenyan shillings. This very economical since most crossover-SUVs in Kenya go for just over 2.5 million.
Another stunning feature about this car is that you do not have to worry about looking good ass the car looks stylish amd comfy.
Do you think this is the ultimate crossover for your? Please leave your comments below.
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