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2010 Toyota Vitz Review

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 575,000
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2012 Mazda Axela Review

The Mazda Axela is ranked among the best of hatchbacks in the world with good reason. It offers a wide range of features that appeal to many buyers, be they fuel conscious urban dwellers or power hungry speed junkies. The build quality is also excellent with a spacious, well furnished interior and a sporty exterior. It competes with the Toyota Auris, Subaru Impreza, Nissan Tiida, VW Golf, and Audi A3.
From Ksh 950,000
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2013 Nissan Note Review

The Nissan Note has been undergoing steady improvements over the years and it's now one of most decent hatchbacks you can buy in Kenya. It competes with the Toyota Ractis, Subaru Trezia, Honda Fit and Mazda Demio. It boasts of a spacious interior that is at par with the best hatchbacks and it can comfortably seat 5 adults.
From Ksh 750,000
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2012 Toyota Vitz Review

The impact of the Toyota Vitz in Kenya has been tremendous and it's not a far stretch to credit it with the widespread acceptance of sub-compacts in the past decade. There were others before such as the VW Polo and the Toyota Starlet but they never gained the same success as the Vitz. It's comfortable, affordable to buy and fuel efficient which are factors that greatly influenced people's perceptions of the small car. It competes with the Honda Fit, Mazda Demio, Nissan March, VW Polo and Suzuki Swift.
From Ksh 700,000
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2013 Mazda Demio Review

The Mazda Demio's has gained popularity in Kenya in a fairly short amount of time thanks to its reliability and affordability. This success is also backed by a strong demand from taxi hailing services that are drawn to it like a moth to light. It competes with the Toyota Vitz, Honda Fit, VW Polo, and Nissan Note. It's best suited for light urban commute but can be used occasionally for long distance travel.
From Ksh 700,000
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2013 Toyota Prius Review

The Toyota Prius is the world's first mass produced hybrid and for a long time, it has been the yardstick with which hybrid compacts have been measured. It's commonplace for new entrants to be compared and contrasted against the Prius. We finally found ourselves behind the wheel of this storied compact and we well intended to put it through its paces. It competes with the Honda Insight, Nissan Note Hybrid and Honda Fit Hybrid which are all formidable competitors
From Ksh 1,000,000
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2012 Toyota Aqua Review

The Toyota Aqua is full hybrid hatchback that is capable of returning an outstanding 35.4Km per Litre and offers decent onboard amenities that are at per with the best of hatchbacks. It's simply a game changer poised to take the Kenyan market by storm given the growing appetite for economy cars. We spent a considerable amount of time in this storied car and we were utterly amazed at its capabilities. It competes with the Nissan Note, Honda Fit, Mazda Demio and Mitsubishi Mirage.
From Ksh 850,000
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2012 Suzuki Swift Review

The Suzuki Swift has been in production since 2004 but has somehow gone unnoticed in the Kenyan market. This is largely due to the stranglehold that Toyota has had on this market which has for a long time suppressed competition. Now the stranglehold is whittling and people are beginning to notice other alternatives such as the Suzuki Swift. It competes with the Toyota Passo, Nissan March, Mazda Verisa and Mini Cooper.
From Ksh 550,000
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