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2012 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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2012 Toyota Estima Review

The Toyota Estima is a large MPV that is produced and sold predominantly in the Japanese market. It's sold as the Toyota Previa in Asian markets and the Toyota Tarago in the Australian market. It’s the second largest minivan in the Toyota lineup after the Toyota Alphard and the Toyota Vellfire. Directly below it is the Toyota Noah and the Toyota Voxy. Its popularity in the Kenyan market is average thanks to the dominance of its aforementioned siblings.
From Ksh 1,300,000
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2012 Toyota Voxy Review

The Toyota Voxy is a Multi-Purpose-Vehicle(MPV) that was introduced to the Japanese market in late 2001. It was developed from the popular Toyota TownAce/LiteAce platform and is largely the same as the Toyota Noah.
From Ksh 1,300,000
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2012 Mitsubishi Delica D:5 Review

In the world of Minivans, the Mitsubishi Delica D:5 has perpetually lived in the shadows of the dominant players such as the Toyota Noah, Toyota Voxy, Nissan Serena and Mazda Biante. This is surprising given the D:5's versatility and strong credentials both off-road and on-road. Of course other factors such as affordability, safety and reliability come into play but even here, the D:5 still beats its competitors
From Ksh 1,200,000
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2012 Toyota Noah Review

The Toyota Noah is a 7 to 8 seater van with sliding doors on both sides. It is a spacious and comfortable car that can carry up to 8 full sized adults and their luggage. The elevated, upright seats provide for a natural sitting position and are comfortable for long distance driving.
From Ksh 1,300,000
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2012 Toyota Vellfire Review

The Toyota Vellfire is largely the same as Toyota Alphard that we recently reviewed and their differences are more cosmetic than functional. We were greatly impressed by the Toyota Alphard especially its lavish interior and we expected nothing less from its sibling. True to form, the Vellfire did not disappoint and it put on such a rousing performance that left no doubt about its claim to fame.
From Ksh 2,250,000
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2012 Toyota Alphard Review

The Toyota Alphard was introduced to the Japanese market in 2002 as a direct competitor to the Nissan Elgrand. Up until that point, the Nissan Elgrand was dominating the 8 seater luxury category and its nearest competitor, the Toyota Hiace was woefully outmatched. Toyota went to the drawing board and answered with the Alphard and later its sibling the Vellfire which showed up in 2008. Together, they blew the Nissan Elgrand out of the water. They come with all imaginable luxuries such as remote controlled double sliding doors, lie flat seats, roof mounted Alpine monitors, dual zone climate and many more.
From Ksh 2,250,000
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2012 Honda Freed Review

The Honda Freed has been around since 2008 but has somewhat gone unnoticed in the Kenyan market. That's surprising given its strong credentials that usually appeal to the masses here. It's affordable, cheap to maintain, fuel efficient and can carry up to 8 passengers. It's built on the popular Honda Fit platform and is as reliable as its sibling. So why has it not been popular in this market? Read on.
From Ksh 800,000
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