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When it comes to luxury SUVs, the BMW X5 sits at the top of a tree that features heavyweights such as the Mercedes M-Class, VW Touareg, Range Rover Sport, Volvo XC90, Audi Q7 and Porsche Cayenne. This balance of power in the European axis has existed for a long time and it doesn’t look like it will change anytime soon. A choice of any of these is as good as the other and it usually boils down to personal preference. The newly added 7 seat option in the X5 is a game changer and a clear advantage only shared with the XC90 and the Q7.
From Ksh 3,500,0000 KM
The Honda CR-V is medium sized crossover SUV that has long been regarded as a reliable and affordable family car. Though not as popular as its rivals such as the X-Trail and Vanguard, it packs a powerful punch in terms of performance, build quality, interior space and off-road capability. It underwent a major redesign in 2011 that emphasized on aerodynamic performance, modern aesthetics, a new 4WD system and fuel efficiency. It competes with the Nissan X-Trail, Toyota Vanguard, Mitsubishi Outlander, Subaru Forester, Mazda CX-5 and Toyota RAV-4.
From Ksh 2,200,0000 KM
Toyota Vitz receives a lot of love and hate on the streets, especially on Kenyan roads. There are some negative stereotypes surrounding it which paint a bad picture of the car. However, the Toyota Vitz is a very reliable hatchback. It has steadily improved over the years to become a highly sort-after car for drivers looking for an economical and practical car. Additionally, the Toyota Vitz ranks highly among its competitors in the market such as the Nissan Note, Mazda Demio and VW Polo.
From Ksh 575,0000 KM
The Toyota Vanguard is a versatile and functional vehicle that can serve both small and large families. It is a bigger version of the Toyota RAV4 and has been sold in the Japanese market since 2007. In Kenya, its popularity has been gaining steadily due to its off-road appeal and 7 seater capacity.
From Ksh 2,200,0000 KM
The Nissan Dualis also known as the Nissan Qashqai is a compact SUV that strikes a perfect balance between economy and utility in one package. It’s as economical as any hatchback can be and yet as dynamic as any SUV can be. It has all the qualities that are desirable for driving in Kenya such as a good ground clearance and carrying capacity . It competes with the Mitsubishi RVR, Subaru XV, Nissan Juke, Honda HR-V and Peugeot 2008.
From Ksh 1,100,0000 KM
The Toyota Wish is a 7-Seater MPV that has enjoyed considerable success in the Kenyan market. Its longevity in the market can be attributed to its reputation for reliability, practicality and low maintenance costs. Though it has maintained much of the original body style, it has continuous upgrades that have made it remain relevant in the market. It competes with the Subaru Exiga, Honda Stream, Mazda Premacy and Nissan Lafesta.
From Ksh 1,200,0000 KM
The Toyota Voxy was developed from the Toyota TownAce platform and is positioned as a mid-luxurious passenger van. It is largely the same as the Toyota Noah save for exterior body detailing and some minor interior accessories. The first generation was plagued by reliability issues that stemmed from the 1AZ engine but this have been resolved over time and the 2011 Voxy is now a reliable car. In Kenya, it competes with the Nissan Serena, Honda StepWagon, Mitsubishi Delica and Mazda Biante.
From Ksh 1,000,0000 KM
The Nissan X-Trail is a crossover SUV that has been in the market since 2001. It’s Nissan’s first crossover SUV and is a popular choice for many buyers who are drawn by its affordability and utility. It competes with the Subaru Forester, Toyota RAV4, Mitsubishi Outlander, Mazda CX-5, Honda CR-V, and the VW Tiguan.
From Ksh 1,600,0000 KM