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2010 Nissan X-Trail Review

The Nissan Xtrail is amongst the most popular medium sized SUVs in Kenya. This popularity is due to its affordability, good fuel economy, carrying capacity and off-road capability.
From Ksh 1,600,000
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2010 Toyota Wish Review

The Toyota Wish is a 7-seater van(or station wagon depending on how you look at it) that was first introduced to the Japanese market in 2003. In Kenya, It enjoys wild popularity due to its versatility and adaptability for both commercial and private applications.
From Ksh 1,200,000
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2010 Toyota Axio Review

The Toyota Axio is a 5 seater saloon that was introduced to the Japanese market in 2007. It is the saloon version of the popular Toyota Fielder and is marketed as a small sized family car. It is a good alternative for people who prefer saloons and do not mind to sacrifice on boot space that comes with station wagons
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2010 Toyota Fielder Review

The Toyota Fielder is a very popular station wagon in Kenya both for private and commercial applications. Indeed it can be said that the Toyota Fielder is one of the most popular cars on Kenyan roads today and there's a good reason for that. The Toyota Fielder is fuel efficient, reliable, spacious and cheap to maintain.
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2010 Toyota Vanguard Review

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 2,200,000
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2010 Mazda Demio Review (DE Series)

The 3rd generation Mazda Demio is a Japanese small hatchback ideal for single people and small sized families. It's a five seater best suited for urban driving though it can be used for long distance travel occasionally.
From Ksh 580,000
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