5 Best Cars for Uber and Taxi business in Kenya

Below is the list of 5 cars we have voted to be the best for Uber or similar businesses. We will give links to where you can buy these cars at best prices in Kenya and detailed reviews for each.


1. Mazda Demio

The Mazda Demio’s has gained popularity in Kenya in a fairly short amount of time thanks to its reliability and affordability. This success is also backed by a strong demand from taxi hailing services that are drawn to it like a moth to light.

Where to buy the Mazda Demio in Kenya: https://cars.topcar.co.ke/vehicles/mazda/demio
Read Mazda Demio Detailed Review: https://topcar.co.ke/vehicle/2013-mazda-demio-review/

2012 Mazda Demio

Mazda Demio

2. Toyota Vitz

The Toyota Vitz is comparatively spacious and similar to the Mazda Demio in size. At the first row, the legroom is sufficient for people of average height but a tall driver will find the space a bit tight. At the second row, the legroom is practical and ideal for short urban commutes.

Where to buy the Toyota Vitz in Kenya: https://cars.topcar.co.ke/vehicles/toyota/vitz

Read Toyota Vitz detailed review here: https://topcar.co.ke/vehicle/2013-toyota-vitz-review/

2013 Toyota Vitz

Toyota Vitz

3. Honda Fit

The Honda Fit is a 5 seater hatchback that has been in production since 2001. Its popularity in Kenya has been gaining steadily as more and more people are appreciating the quality and reliability of Hondas. Locally it competes with the Toyota Vitz, Mazda Demio and Nissan Tiida. It scores high marks in safety, comfort, reliability and fuel consumption. It is best suited for urban driving but can be used for long distance driving occasionally.

Where to buy the Honda Fit in Kenya: https://cars.topcar.co.ke/vehicles/honda/fit

Read Honda Fit detailed review here: https://topcar.co.ke/vehicle/2013-honda-fit-review-2/

2012 Honda Fit

Honda Fit

4. Toyota Ractis

The Toyota Ractis is a small sized hatchback that was introduced to the market in 2005. Locally it competes with the Nissan Note and Honda Fit. It replaced the Toyota Funcargo which was discontinued the same year. The Ractis has proven to be a big hit in the Kenyan market thanks to its excellent fuel economy, space and affordable maintenance. It can be configured to carry passengers or luggage depending on the need, thanks to its high roof and flat fold seats.

Where to buy the Toyota Ractis in Kenya: https://cars.topcar.co.ke/vehicles/toyota/ractis

Read Toyota Ractis Detailed Review here: https://topcar.co.ke/vehicle/2013-toyota-ractis-review/

Toyota Ractis

5. Toyota Passo

The Toyota Passo is a Japanese subcompact that has been in production for three generations since 2004. it was produced by Daihatsu which was partially owned by Toyota and alternatively sold as the Daihatsu Boon.

Where to buy the Toyota Passo in Kenya: https://cars.topcar.co.ke/vehicles/toyota/passo

Read Toyota Passo detailed review here: https://topcar.co.ke/vehicle/2013-toyota-passo-review/

2013 Toyota Passo

Toyota Passo

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