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2012 Toyota Axio Review

With the ever rising fuel costs, the Toyota Axio is one of the most appropriate mid-sized saloons to own. It's got an economical 1.5L engine and a spacious interior that can comfortably seat five adults. It's also cheap to maintain and has minimal reliability issues.
From Ksh 1,100,000
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2011 Nissan Teana Review

The Nissan Teana is one of the most stylish and elegant Japanese automobiles we've driven in a while. It drives so well that for a minute, I was mistaken to think it was some exotic German estate. It actually resembles the Mercedes E-Class especially on the exterior. It competes with the Toyota Mark X, Audi A4, Mercedes C Class and BMW 3 Series.
From Ksh 950,000
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2010 Toyota Crown Review

The Toyota Crown is an executive Japanese saloon that is built to rival the world's best luxury cars. It has a high degree of refinement not common in Japanese cars and it obviously targets an upscale clientele. It competes with the Lexus LS, Mercedes E-Class, BMW 5 Series, Audi A6, Jaguar XF and Nissan Fuga. In Kenya, the Toyota Crown has historically not been as popular as the Mercedes and BMW but in recent years, it's popularity has been on the rise.
From Ksh 1,500,000
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2010 Toyota Mark X Review

The Toyota Mark X is the hallmark of Japanese car luxury and elegance. 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 the German luxury brands such as Mercedes Benz and BMW.
From Ksh 1,400,000
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2010 Toyota Allion Review

The Toyota Allion is a sporty and maneuverable saloon that is loved for its good fuel economy and practicality. It is highly similar to the Toyota Premio save for minor differences in body styling and interior trim.
From Ksh 1,350,000
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2010 Toyota Premio Review

The Toyota Premio is an all-time favorite amongst Kenyans who love it for its style, comfort and class. It is comparable in size to the Audi A4, Subaru Legacy Saloon, Mercedes C180, and the BMW 318i. The Toyota Premio is arguably the most balanced of these in terms of maintenance costs, fuel economy and reliability.
From Ksh 1,450,000
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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
From Ksh 1,000,000


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