The Toyota Estima is a large MPV that is produced and sold predominantly in the Japanese market. It's sold as the Toyota Previa in Asian markets and the Toyota Tarago in the Australian market. It’s the second largest minivan in the Toyota lineup after the Toyota Alphard and the Toyota Vellfire. Directly below it is the Toyota Noah and the Toyota Voxy. Its popularity in the Kenyan market is average thanks to the dominance of its aforementioned siblings.
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The Subaru Outback has been an all time favorite amongst Kenyans ever since it was introduced to this market back in 2004. In essence the Subaru Outback is the same as the Subaru Legacy save for suspension and engine variations. The Subaru Outback is a very capable off-road vehicle, a fact that is sometimes lost on a casual observer. On the tarmac, there are few station wagons that can keep pace with the Subaru Outback and off the tarmac, it can go toe-to-toe with the best 4x4s. It competes with the Audi Allroad and The Volvo XC70.
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The Nissan Wingroad is a mildly popular station wagon in the Kenyan market. Over the years, there have been lingering questions about its reliability and the verdict is split in the middle with both proponents and opponents putting forth strong arguments. We found ourselves in the middle of this divergence and it was incumbent on us to separate fact from fiction. The Nissan Wingroad competes with the Toyota Fielder and the Toyota Succeed which have both garnered a reputation for stellar reliability.
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Multi Purpose Vehicles(MPVs) have been steadily gaining popularity in the Kenyan market thanks to the improvement in road conditions and the ever rising cost of SUVs. The VW Sharan provides an alternative to the expensive SUVs particularly for people with large families who are looking for comfort, safety and economy. It competes with the Mazda Premacy, Toyota Wish, Nissan Lafesta, Subaru Exiga and Mitsubishi Delica D:5
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Lets give credit where its due. The Subaru XV is without question the most exceptional small sized SUV we've driven in a while. This is by no means a small feat given the stiff competition that includes the Nissan Juke, Mitsubishi RVR, Honda HRV, Nissan Dualis and Toyota C-HR. What sets the XV apart from its competitors is the ingenious Symmetrical All Wheel drive that gives it unparalleled off-road capability
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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.
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The Toyota Mark X is the hallmark of luxury and elegance in the Japanese saloon car market. It is an ultra-luxurious 4 door saloon manufactured and sold in Japan since 2004. In the Kenyan market, it is a worthy competitor to German luxury brands such as Mercedes Benz and BMW. Of course we cant forget to mention the premium grade Toyota Lexus LS which is in a class of its own. However, most of the Mark X's body styling, chassis and interior is borrowed from the Lexus GS
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If you spot the 2012 Nissan Lafesta and the Mazda Premacy side by side, you'll be hard pressed to tell the difference. Save for the grille and the logo, everything else is same from top to bottom. This is simply because Mazda supplied the Premacy to Nissan under an OEM agreement and Nissan then rebadged it to the Lafesta Highway Star. It competes with the Toyota Wish, Subaru Exiga, Honda Freed and the Mazda Premacy.
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