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2014 Nissan March Review

The Nissan March is a small car that offers so many benefits for people looking for economy and affordability. It is best suited for urban commute but it can be used for occasional long distance travel. It has undergone major improvements over the years to improve its overall quality and reliability. It competes with the Suzuki Alto, Toyota Passo and Mitsubishi Mirage.
From Ksh 550.000
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2014 Nissan Juke Review

The Nissan Juke is one of the most affordable compact SUVs in the market and it offers a good balance between economy and performance. It faces stiff competition from the Honda Vezel, Mitsubishi RVR and Subaru XV but it's popularity is still rising in Kenya especially among young people. Its exterior design attracts admiration and criticism in equal measure but generally the car is well received by many buyers.
From Ksh 1.200.000
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2014 Nissan X-Trail Review

The Nissan X-Trail has grown by leaps and bounds and it's now considered a full sized SUV. This transformation has made it a big time favorite in Kenya especially for people who are looking for an affordable 7-seater SUV. The Toyota Vanguard was dominant in this category but it went out of production in 2013 leaving the X-Trail and the Mitsubishi Outlander as the only other 7-seaters in this category.
From Ksh 2.000.000
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2013 Nissan Sylphy Review

The Nissan Sylphy is a five seater saloon that comes with excellent interior space and a refreshed exterior look. It's one of the few cars in the market that offers a perfect balance between luxury and economy making it highly recommended for people with families. It competes with the Toyota Premio, Toyota Allion, Mitsubishi Galant Fortis and Mazda Atenza.
From Ksh 1.100.000
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2014 Nissan Note Review

We love the Nissan Note for being one of the most spacious hatchbacks in the market offering excellent legroom that is far much better than most station wagons in the market. It is also an efficient car that ranks highly in fuel economy which makes it an excellent car to buy for people on a tight budget. It competes with the Toyota Ractis, Subaru Trezia, Honda Fit and Mazda Demio.
From Ksh 850.000
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2013 Nissan Caravan Review

The Nissan Caravan now known as the NV350 Caravan in Japan and Nissan Urvan in other markets is the closest competitor to the popular Toyota HiAce. The dominance of the HiAce is well documented and Nissan has been working hard to change things. The release of the NV350 was seen as a big step towards achieving this but the HiAce still remains dominant. Though the Caravan has gained some ground in Kenya, it's still yet to catch up.
From Ksh 1.900.000
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2013 Nissan Serena Review

The Nissan Serena is a mixed bag of things. On paper, it ticks all the right boxes such as space, economy, utility and affordability but in reality it underwhelms in power delivery and heavy lifting. People who buy it usually intend to put it through hard work and less of leisure but it appears the Serena excels in the latter. Additionally, it plays in a neighborhood dominated by proven workhorses such as the Toyota Noah, Toyota Voxy, Mitsubishi Delica D:5 and Mazda Biante. However, not all is lost, the Nissan Serena hides a clever punch in its class leading fuel efficiency which can drive long term benefits for the owner.
From Ksh 950.000
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2013 Nissan Dualis Review

The Nissan Dualis is a compact SUV with a gentle demeanor that belies its true capabilities. It's one of the few cars 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 where road conditions greatly vary even within the same city. It competes with the Mitsubishi RVR, Subaru XV, Nissan Juke, Honda Vezel and Peugeot 2008.
From Ksh 1.400.000
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