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The BMW X6 often attracts praise and criticism in equal measure. It's arguably one of the most misunderstood SUVs in the market due to its ambiguous body style. BMW later branded it as a Sports Activity Coupe but the confusion still persists. To some, the X6 is nothing more than a glorified hatchback and to others, it’s a dynamic SUV with outstanding agility and sportiness. Regardless of the dichotomy, the X6 is an excellent SUV that is best suited for people with an urban lifestyle that requires minimal off-road travel. It competes with the Mercedes Benz GLC, Volvo XC60 and Audi Q5.
From Ksh 4,700,0000 KM
The Toyota Land Cruiser is a multi-generational SUV that has been in production for decades and has had the largest impact on the popularity of 4x4s as we know them today. In Kenya, the Land Cruiser is wildly popular and is seen as the penultimate SUV that is favored more for prestige than its mud-plugging capabilities. Its closest competitor is the Nissan Patrol that's respectable in its own right and followed closely by the Land Rover Discovery.
From Ksh 7,500,0000 KM
The Peugeot 3008 is a well built crossover SUV that strikes a perfect balance between a hatchback and SUV. Though it cannot be classified as an SUV especially for Kenyan roads, it offers excellent comfort and top safety rating which makes it an ideal car for people with young families. It competes with the BMW X1, Honda Vezel, Subaru XV, Nissan Dualis/Qashqai and Nissan Juke
From Ksh 1,500,0000 KM
There's a steady shift towards German cars in Kenya and the Audi A4 is stack in the middle of this shift. People are pivoting from Japanese cars due to their skyrocketing prices and high demand and many see the Audi A4 as a perfect alternative. It's a diverse car that can compete with Japan's finest; the Audi A4 can take on the Toyota Mark X, the Audi A4 Allroad can take on the Subaru Outback and the Audi A4 Avant can take on the Mazda Atenza wagon or the Subaru Legacy wagon. These are very interesting matchups that many savvy buyers are considering but are kept at bay by the fear of German cars and their propensity to fail spectacularly due to an overload of sensors. Is this a founded fear or just an urban legend that's keeping many from enjoying the best of automobiles? Read on to find out.
From Ksh 1,800,0000 KM
The Toyota Hilux is a time tested workhorse that has been the mainstay of light commercial transport in Kenya for many years. It’s longevity is unquestionable and it’s commonplace to find older versions still kicking on the roads even after years of abuse and thousands of miles. The newer versions have been criticized for not being as hardy as their predecessors and their reliability has been put to question. In this review, we will tell you whether this is true and why the storied Hilux has been dethroned by the Isuzu D-Max in the Kenyan market. Other competitors include the Ford Ranger, Nissan Hardbody, Nissan Navara, Mazda BT-50, Mitsubishi L200 and VW Amarok.
From Ksh 2,300,0000 KM
The Suzuki Jimny, the Land Rover Defender, the Mercedes G Wagon and the Jeep Wrangler all have two things in common; they trace their roots to military cars and they appeal to a distinctly masculine clientele. These are cars that awaken a sense of adventure like no other and the Suzuki Jimny stands out amongst these as the only car that offers the same level of off-road capability but at a significantly lower price point. It's a highly modifiable platform that can be fitted with a wide range of accessories which makes it a highly desirable car.
From Ksh 1,700,0000 KM
The Toyota RAV4 has greatly improved in terms of interior space and driving dynamics. This has been achieved through clever design and new technologies but still, it lacks the crucial third row seat that made the Toyota Vanguard so popular in Kenya. Regardless, the Toyota RAV4 is an excellent SUV that has undergone change and is now in pole position to compete with the Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5, Nissan X-Trail, Subaru Forester, VW Tiguan and Mitsubishi Outlander.
From Ksh 2,700,0000 KM
Since its launch in 2005, the Toyota Fortuner has established itself as a legitimate SUV that performs almost at the same level as the Toyota Prado but it was historically hindered by rear leaf springs that gave it a bumpy truck-like ride. But now the second generation comes with coil springs all round and a new 2.8-Litre turbo diesel engine that transforms the Fortuner into a silky smooth SUV. This leads us to think it could be a better value for money than the Prado considering its lower price point. It competes with the Toyota Prado, Mitsubishi Pajero, Nissan Pathfinder and Ford Everest.
From Ksh 5,000,0000 KM