When one needs to buy a car, the most important factor that most people consider is reliability. Below is a list of some of the cars that have lasted a lifetime on Kenyan roads. 1.Toyota Corona Premio. If you are interested in buying a reliable car and yet you are on a small tight budget, some people will always advise you to go for the Toyota Premio.
The first cars on the list is Toyota premio and Toyota Allion. These cars have no major differences and Toyota usually refer Allion as the luxury model of premio. At number two is Toyota probox and Toyota succed. A probox has two options that is the 1300 cc and 1500 cc while the succed has just one option that is the 1500cc.
The forty proverbial days were over for the 'Wash-Wash' guys in Eldoret after police officers in the area rounded them up before making an arrest. The criminals who engage in money laundering has been linked to car theft syndicate in the area. Police arrested one suspect who had Sh1million in his possession put in a carrier bag and was also driving a private car alleged to have been got through theft.
There are may people who have the goal of buying a car before the wnd of 2021. Since buying a brand new car might be pretty expensive, most people are likely to opt for use cars since they are cheaper. Below is a list of some of the most reliable used cars to buy in 2021.
Exterior Look & Feel Although both the cars look great from outside there are some subtle differences in the exterior and feel of the two. Toyota Allion gives and enhanced lightening experience due to LED lights. It gives a sporty look which makes it more popular among younger drivers.
Motorists are urged to always be careful on the Kenyan roads to avoid any unnecessary loss of life. This will only be achieved through strict adherence to traffic laws at all times on the roads. Picture courtesy A lady lost her life late last night on Ngong Road near Marsabit Plaza after the vehicle she was driving lost control.
Buying a car in Kenya is not as easy as many people think. This is because it requires a lot of keenness so as not to waste your momey on a worthless car. When buying a car, most people tend to overpay for some of them because they are overpriced and overrated.
Everyone in Kenya dreams of owning a car. However, a number of people prefer to go for used cars since they are cheaper. When acquiring a used car, one needs to be very cautious as you might get a car with lots of problems. This on the other hand might make you use more money than you had planned for.
Toyota premio is a five seater saloon car manufactured by the Japanese Automaker Toyota in Japan.The production started in 2001 as a sucrssor of the Toyota Corolla E110.The name premio is derived from an English name premium meaning luxury and powerful interms of power and durability.The Toyota premio comes as manual and automatic transmission with front engine ,front drive and front engine,all wheel drive.The car is powered by 1500cc and 1800cc CVT engine.Premio ranges in price from the model and year of manufacture.
The masses are mostly divided into two ; the Toyota lovers and the Toyota haters. The Toyota lovers believe that Toyota is the measuring standard for cars. Any other brand is below Toyota and should not be considered. The Toyota lovers are the majority and this makes these cars very expensive.
The Toyota Premio is a 4-door sedan that was introduced to the Market in 2001. It is a common sight on most roads. Since this car is manufactured by Toyota you can never go wrong when it comes to reliability. This car has two different configurations when it comes to chassis layout.
Irate mob from Kimilili Township burnt a Toyota Premio car for knocking a five year old boy to death. Kimilili Town police commander Jared Wafula who confirmed the unrest and the unfortunate incident said the boy was going to pick his ball along the highway, when he was knocked down by the speeding car.
Nancy Okutah is currently counting heavy losses after her house in Nyamasaria, Kisumu county was reportedly broken into by criminals. [News source] According to the sources, Nancy had arrived at her house around 5:30 pm and on the way, she had met with two men dressed in official suits believed to be the suspects.
Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents witnessed on our roads in the recent past. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. These accidents have been the death of many a people and more have been left maimed in the hospital while nursing serious injuries.
PIs Toyota Premio overrated? The masses are mostly divided into two ; the Toyota lovers and the Toyota haters. The Toyota lovers believe that Toyota is the measuring standard for cars. Any other brand is below Toyota and should not be considered. The Toyota lovers are the majority and this makes these cars very expensive.
Motorists are always advised to be extra careful on the highways to avoid some of the accidents that have been witnessed of late on our roads. Picture courtesy. Image from scene of accident. The accidents on our roads have caused many people to perish and in the past week, they have been many on our roads.
1. TOYOTA IST 1300cc 2004 - 2006. Toyota IST was released for sale in 2002 and its target market was young people since it's more of a point A to point B car. Upon its introduction in Kenya, it became a hit and continues to be a reliable car, it's rare to find an IST that has broken down.
Detectives in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County, have discovered fraudulent money and vehicle theft ring thought to be run by renegade cops. The suspect, according to Nation, has been working closely with police officers to conduct several crimes in Western Kenya. Peter Kibet, the suspect, was previously apprehended with Sh1 million in cash in a private car.
Police in Nyeri are pursuing for a four-man gang that kidnapped a Nyeri businessman on Tuesday evening. Gerald Guandaru, who runs a nightspot and barbershop in Nyeri Town, was abducted ten miles from his shop at 5pm. The kidnappers are alleged to have been driving in a Subaru Outback when they storm Guandaru’s barbershop and waited for him to arrive then abducted him.
Sleuths are investigating an incident where a middle-aged man Gerald Guandaru,45, went missing after he was abducted in broad daylight Guandaru had parked his vehicle, a Toyota Premio outside Joans Bar and Hotel when this incident occurred. Eyewitnesses say that an unmarked vehicle pulled behind his at the parking lot, then two mean-looking men suddenly alighted ordering him to get out of his vehicle where he was at the time, relaxing.