The VW Passat is popular in Europe especially in the UK where it ranks among the most popular family cars. Its mildly popular in Kenya market and in fact, it was at one time a government standard before it fell out of favor. It competes with the Toyota Avensis, Subaru Legacy, BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class, Audi A4 and Toyota Mark X.
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The Toyota X120 was renamed to Toyota Mark X to attract the younger generation of car buyers. Over the years, it has become a highly beloved car in the Kenyan market for a number of reasons. First, it’s a worthy competitor to the more expensive German cars. Additionally, it has a premium built borrowing its body styling, chassis and interior from the Lexus GS, one of Toyota’s luxury cars. Most importantly, it's offers great performance, comfort and reliability at a budget-friendly price. It meets the requirements of a luxury car without the hefty price tag. Some of its competitors in the market include the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes Benz C200, BMW 320i, Nissan Fuga 250GT.
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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.
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In the field of automotive engineering, Mercedes Benz has been dominant in many aspects such as design, comfort, performance, safety and technology. Most innovations we see in cars today trace their roots to Mercedes Benz. The C-Class is particularly quintessential because it combines affordability and luxury in one package which appeals to the global masses. It competes with the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series, Toyota Lexus lS, VW Passat, Subaru Legacy and Toyota Mark X.
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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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The Toyota Premio is an all-time favorite amongst Kenyans who love it for its style, comfort and low maintenance costs. It is comparable in size to the Audi A4, Subaru Legacy Saloon, Mercedes C180, and the BMW 318i. The Toyota Premio is arguably the cheapest among these but it maintains a decent level of class and top notch reliability.
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Many of us will recall a time when the Nissan Bluebird and the Nissan Sunny ruled the roads, that was back in the 80s, 90s and 2000s. They have now been relegated to history but they were the precursors to the modern day economy cars and much of what they stood for has become the industry standard. They were the forebears to the Nissan Sylphy which inherited the emblems and the standard. The Nissan Sylphy competes with the Toyota Axio, Toyota Allion and Mitsubishi Lancer.
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The dearth of reliability for the Nissan brand has been its main undoing. Many stories abound of Nissan Fuga's less than stellar body construction and how it doesn’t hold up too well against the test of time. Here at Topcar, we do not go by the grapevine and rather, we research for ourselves to either confirm or dispel these notions. We therefore scoped out the Nissan Fuga to find out whether it holds a candle to its competitors such as the Toyota Mark X and the lofty German brands such as the Audi A4, the BMW 3 Series, and the Mercedes C Class. Read on to find out.
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