Owning a car in Kenya is considered to be a very achievement as it show that one is successful. However, driving a car on Kenyan roads is not as easy as you might think. This is because the road is filled with various drivers who may want to show their prowess.
Accident involving a trailer, canter and a Forester outbound Nakuru-Naivasha Highway, Nakuru County. Nakuru-Naivasha Road traffic police officer David Wesley confirmed the accident saying it happened at around 1pm on Saturday. Two people sustained serious injuries and were rushed to Kijabe Mission Hospital. "The 1pm accident happened when the trailer enroute to Nairobi was trying to overtake a lorry headed to Nairobi when the accident happened," David said.
If you ever consider buying a car always make sure you observe and do your own research on the vehicle you want to purchase in terms of reliability, efficiency and mostly cost. Most individuals have had the norm in just insinuating that most vehicles in Kenya are very expensive without doing research. There are vehicles in Kenya that will cost you less than a million and make you look very rich. 1. Subaru Forester If you are a speed enthusiast, the Subaru Forester is the car for you. It's amazing exterior features
The common brand name'Subaru ' is the Japanese name for the Pleiades star cluster or the "Seven Sisters" (one of whom tradition says is invisible – hence only six stars in the Subaru logo), which in turn inspires the logo and alludes to the companies that merged to create Fuji Heavy Industries.
Below are 4 affordable cars in the Kenyan market that will make you look like a multimilionare.1.Subaru Forester The Subaru Forester is a compact crossover SUV (sport utility vehicle) that' s been manufactured since 1997 by Subaru.
Both offer a standard suite of driver assistance features a 2.5L four cylinder engine and more. Check out the following Forester vs. RAV4 comparison to get the scoop on these sport utility vehicles. The 2021 Subaru Forester Premium, with a starting MSRP of $27,795, was compared to the 2021 Toyota RAV4 XLE, which starts at $27,345 MSRP.
Fuji Industries Limited and Japanese motors collaborated to create the Subaru Forester, a five-seater sport utility vehicle.As a successor to the Subaru Forester SF version, production of the second generation Subaru Forester began in 2002.Because of its stylish and attractive design, the second generation was given the moniker "SG."
Even though it was 3 years old, the second generation of the Subaru Forester was refreshed in 2005 improving the sporty Japanese medium SUV.
TOYOTA YARIS- This is the safest small car for 2020. Active safety features in the Toyota yaris enabled it to receive perfect crash test scores from top car testers in the word. Such of its features is electronic stability control that becomes active if you loose control of your car and side curtain airbags designed to protect the driver and passengers from head injuries during a crash. MAZDA CX3- It was five star rated for crash worthiness by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration- US due to it's
The Subaru Forester is not only a sport-utility vehicle in the Traditional sense. Add Subaru's well-designed suspension and excellent all-wheel-drive system and there's nothing to fear from snow, mud, dirt, gravel or wet pavement. The forester was designed using technology gained by racing rally cars over the most treacherous roads in the world, in Africa, Asia and Europe. Subaru leant to cope with adverse conditions, winning the highly competitive World Rally Championship three years in a row which shows in
Subaru Forester is a five-passenger that comes standard with full-time all-wheel drive. the Subaru Forester crossover is incredibly functional yet still rewarding to drive. Subaru has tweaked the Forester's interior for the 2012 model year. This year all Forester models now get a standard height-adjustable front passenger seat. In addition to the new seat, an optional navigation package is available on the Forester 2.5X Limited and touring, and 2.5XT Touring. This navigation package includes a touch-screen
Subaru Forester is a five seater sporty utility vehicle manufactured by Fuji Industries Limited with cooperation by Japanese motors in Japan.The production of the second generation Subaru Forester started in 2002 as a successor of Subaru Forester SF version. The second generation was branded the tag ''SG'' according to it's stylish and attractive design.Subaru Forester SG comes in two main trims the Subaru SG5 which comes as either five speed automatic and five speed manual transmission with turbo and non turbo and SG9 -STI equiped with 2.5 liter turbo engine that offer fast speed with stability at high speed.
The fourth generation Forester is larger and longer than its predecessors and this affords it more legroom and interior space. At the first row, the legroom is excellent and the seats can adjust to fit any desired seating position. At the second row, the legroom is similarly impressive and passengers are afforded with ample space. The cabin styling and equipment borrows heavily from the Impreza and XV which we love for being modern and functional.On the outside, the body styling has been redesigned in pursuit
Subaru company has been in production for over four decades now. The Japanese company has produced over 10 million units over this period. Subaru cars are known for their high performance nature hence they are mostly associated with the racing world. If we look back at the history of Subaru the manufacturer focused on producing a strong and Hardy sports car to compete the rally world. Mitsubishi on the other hand being their biggest rivals also try to keep the company on it's toes. Over the past decade Subaru
The Ministry of Health has announced that 1062 coronavirus patients have fully recovered from the deadly virus. This is the highest number of coronavirus recoveries recorded in Kenya in a single day since April 2020 when Kenya recorded her first Covid-19 recovery. 983 of the recoveries announced today came from the homebased care program while the rest 79 came from various hospitals in Kenya. However, today's coronavirus updates were not received well by kenyans on social media. Curious kenyans have wanted to