The Process of Importing Vehicles to Kenya

 
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Cars and Bikes
By Prudence Minayo Some people prefer importing cars rather than buying them locally. This is because they are relatively affordable compared to buying from a local car dealer, an import is at a reduced price which is a plus for many people. The second thing is that the car is of good quality. The sellers…
 
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Cars and Bikes
Most Kenyans dream of owning a car or cars during their lifetime. In fact, it has reached a point where the type of car one drives is a symbol of wealth or lack of. As a car dealer, you play a significant role in ensuring that this dream is realized. Many people have successfully ventured…

 
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Cars and Bikes
There is that small car in front of you in traffic, you probably have made fun of the small car by claiming that it could get stuck on chewing gum after you saw it struggle on a steep incline. You may have seen the continuous gag on memes and online that the small car…
 
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Cars and Bikes
You probably have heard about the Kuga riders Association, the Evalast Kuga has the biggest cult following of any bike in Kenya. You will see them modified or stock all over the country. The bike is built in a cruiser design making it very comfortable for long road trips. When shopping for a beginner bike at…

 
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Cars and Bikes
Probably one of the most underrated car on Kenyan roads, the Nissan vehicles happen to be a more reliable vehicles than previously thought. The Nissan has always been associated with reliable vehicles and selling one in Kenya is like selling pork in the Middle East, you post the sale on social media and be…

 
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Cars and Bikes
In 2011 as Mazda was looking for a successor for the Mazda CX-7 and the Mazda tribute, a new dawn in auto motive engineering was coming for the Japanese manufacturer. They launched their first vehicle featuring the KODO – soul in motion design language, the vehicle was given the name plate CX-5. The compact…

 
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Cars and Bikes
You are seated in the traffic jam the car in front of you have a familiar shape it looks like a certain Toyota owned by your neighbor, on second look it has a Subaru Badge. As traffic begins to flow you totally forget about the car but as you slow down at a bump you..
 
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Cars and Bikes
By Wang’ombe Kibunja The Nissan Xtrail is one of the most common SUV on our Kenyan roads. You would easily spot the boxy look either on the highway or in a parking lot somewhere. Since introduction in 2002 of the first Generation Nissan Xtrail, the T30, the vehicle was a hit due to its spacious…

Jincheng JC200-2 an Ideal bike for Beginners
 
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Cars and Bikes
By Wang’ombe Kibunja There are some expectations one gets when you see a motorcycle even before you get to hear its engine. When I saw the Jincheng Jc200-2, I expected her to be fast, terribly fast and very nimble in cornering, well after spending a whole day with one I was able to test the…
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