The society always groups individuals into different strata based on a variety of criteria. These may be ones occupation, education, wealth, family backgrounds and many more.
Other than these factors, cars plays a vital role in social stratification today in the society we live in. Those with cars are normally ranked as middle or first class individuals.
Different car models have been made other others being very luxurious. For instance, Mercedes Benz, Lamborghini and Buggati are the world's known most luxurious cars ever. However, these models are very expensive and consumes alot of fuel. This means, an individual earning less than Ksh 100,000 cannot buy and manage such cars.
With a salary of less than Ksh 100,000, you can think of car models such as Toyotas, Nissans and Subaru. These car models consumes less fuel. Their maintainance cost is low since their spare parts are locally available and very cheap as compared to those of a Lamborghini. Hence, it will be easier for you to manage your car without stress.
Here are some of the car models you can buy and manage with the above mentioned salary;
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