Photos: Best cheap and easy to maintain cars in Kenya

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Kenyans are industrious and successful people.  We therefore deserve some luxury. One of the luxuries is a car of your own. I am presenting you with cheap cars in Kenya that will fit your budget just fine. Their fuel consumption is low and maintenance cost is quite affordable.

Toyota Vitz

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was produced since 1999 by Toyota to replace the aging and dated Toyota Starlet. In the line of three or five-door hatchback subcompact cars, the Vitz is designed with a wide rage of engine and transmission choices. Toyota Vitz is usually front-wheel drive, but in later generations, an AWD option was added. Two of the best things about Toyota Vitz is its fuel economy and reliability. Another great attractions of Toyota Vitz is that it is a small car suitable for a small family with sporty exterior.


Honda fit

Honda Fit

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Honda Fit is one of the cars exceptionally well known on the Kenyan roads. This hatchback has gotten a rave review on numerous web platforms. It is commendable for being spacious. It does not wear rapidly, and it is incredibly temperate in fuel consumption. The main drawback  is that the car design is limited in maneuvering rugged Kenyan terrains and poor roads. Honda Fit engine is rated at 1500cc and consumes a liter of fuel for every sixteen to nineteen kilometers. It costs from six hundred thousand Kenyan shillings

Volkswagen Golf

volkswagen-golf

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The Volkswagen Golf is a small family car manufactured by the German manufacturer Volkswagen since 1974. This car has marketed worldwide with 7 generations with many major improvements. The car uses either diesel or petrol. The engine run by diesel is 1.6L and petrol one is 1.2L. This may have some small changes depending on the model of each year. According car experts, the Volkswagen Golf is not only a fuel efficient car but also a highly and spacious car. It has a consumption of up to 15 km per litre.

Nissan March

Nissan March

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Nissan March is a super mini produced by Nissan from Japan. The reason why car manufacturers produce small cars is to save space and fuel. The Nissan March does both saving space and fuel perfectly. The car looks quite small but its interior is very spacious and is just right for a small family. With a Nissan March, you can easily fold down flat the rear seat to create more space for accommodating cargo in. Nissan March engine: 3-cylinder, 1.0L to 1.5L and low fuel consumption, low weight.

Subaru Impreza

Subaru Impreza

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Subaru Impreza is a car designed for compact families. It has been produced since 1992 by Subaru – an automobile manufacturing division of Japanese transportation conglomerate. The car is introduced as a replacement for the Leone. At present, in its 5th generation, Subaru Impreza has offered 4-door sedan and 5-door body variants since 1992. Most of versions have designed with “boxer” flat-4 engines ranging from 1.5L to 2.5L. With the performance-oriented Impreza WRX STI and WRX models uprated with the implementation of turbochargers.


Mazda Demio

Mazda Demio 1

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Mazda Demio, is a super mini produced and marketed globally since 1996 by Mazda, currently in its 4th generations. The Mazda Demio is sealed prominently in recent years as Mazda 2, and under previous nameplates including Ford Festiva Mina Wagon, Mazda Metro and Mazda 121.One of the features that make Mazda Demio separated from others is its weight; under 1000 kgs. Also, this car owns a small engine.  Mazda Demio consumes low fuel and thus a cost-effective car to maintain. The interior of this car is pretty spacious and high quality. The car can carry  5 people and  can fold flat the rear seats to extend the boot capacity. Demio engine ranges from 1.0L to 1.5L; fuel consumption of 14 Kmpl.

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