It is a dream for almost every Kenyan to own a car at one point of their lives,it does not matter whether it is a second-hand car or a brand new one,What matters most is one's finance strength and the fact that he or she gets some engine running.
There are many factors to consider when an I dividual want to purchase a second -hand car in Kenya, which brand is much superior to the other interms of engine power,and at what cost. Many Kenyans has found themselves in troubles in an attempt to get themselves a good quality second-hand cars,with a number of them being conned by greedy car dealers.
Jamhuri Auto Bazaar market, located along Ngong' road in Nairobi,is the biggest and oldest second hand car market in Kenya. The over 30-years old market covering 7.2 acres of land is managed by the Kenya Auto Bazaar Association (KABA).
Every member of the association pays a fees of sh. 5,000 annually and sh.100 for every vehicle they take to the market. The market deals with over 1,500 used cars and is said to receive approximately 3,000 customers after every seven days. From Jamhuri Auto Bazaar market,one can own a car with as little as as sh. 300,000 or as much as sh.5 million depending on the model of the car.
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