The car sector in Kenya is one of the most profitable industries that you can venture into. This is because there are many different types of ways that you can make money in this sector. Below are five different ways of making money in the car sector.
1. Becoming a car dealer.
If you have millions to invest and you want to make a profit in the car industry, then your best option is to opt for a car dealership. If you do not have enough money to import cars to Kenya, you can decide to buy used cars and resale them to the Kenyan car market. There is very high demand for locally used Toyota cars in Kenya.
2. Selling spare parts.
There are many cars in Kenya that require spare parts. If you have the capital, then you can easily start this business and make lots of profit. If you want to be very successful then you should try and stock various types of car parts for various models. You can also decide to concentrate on spares which are not readily available in Kenya as they are more profitable due to the high demand.
3. Becoming a sales agent.
Even though car dealers always import and sell cars, most of them do not do the marketing as it is left for sales agents. If you do not have enough money to start a business, you can go ahead and become a sales agent and make some money. When you decide to become a sales agent, you really have to work hard as selling cars is not as easy as it seems. If you are lucky, you can sell oupto three cars a month.
4. Carwash business.
There is no easier way you can use to make money in the car sector than the carwash business. This is because there are very many people in Kenya who own cars and would love for them to be washed on a daily basis. The minimum amount you require to start this business is 50,000 kenya shillings and a good location.
5. Importing cars on order.
Many kenyans have the urge to import their own cars. You can take advantage of this and act as an intermediary to help people import their cars to Kenya. This business will give you tons of profit as all you have to do is to ensure that the vehicle ordered has arrived at the port and you are sorted.
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