Cheap Vehicle Brands To Buy In Kenya | 300,000 – 800,000 Shillings
|Toyota Vitz||Ksh 400,000 and Ksh 800,000 or less.|
|Toyota Belta||Ksh 600 000 to Ksh 800,000|
|Honda Fit||Ksh 600,000|
|Toyota IST||Ksh 400,000 – 1M|
|Mazda Demio||Ksh 500 000 and around Ksh 700,000|
|Toyota Auris||Ksh 800 000 and around Ksh 1200,000|
|Nissan March||Ksh 300,000 to Ksh 700,000|
|Subaru Impreza||Ksh 500,000 and Ksh 800,000|
|Toyota Probox||400,000 and around Ksh 2000 000|
It’s every Kenyan’s plan to buy a car in Kenya for their convenience away from the matatu inconveniences. This list of cheapest cars to buy in Kenya shall serve you.
Cheapest Cars in Kenya cost from 300,000 to 800,000 shillings.
The price of cheapest cars in Kenya varies depending on the brand and type of vehicle s. Cheap vhiecles are fit for the cab business in Kenya.
Let’s sink into the available cheapest cars buying guide in Kenya.
List Of Cheap Small & Low Fuel Cars In Kenya
- Vitz Ksh 400,000 and Ksh 800,000 or less.
- Toyota Belta Ksh 600 000 to Ksh 800,000
- Honda Fit Ksh 600,000
- Toyota IST Ksh 400,000 – 1M
- Mazda Demio Ksh 500 000 and around Ksh 700,000
- Nissan Cube 600,000
- Toyota Auris Ksh 800 000 and around Ksh 1200,000
- Nissan March Ksh 300,000 to Ksh 700,000
- Subaru Impreza Ksh 500,000 and Ksh 800,000
- Toyota Probox 400,000 and around Ksh 2000 000
How To Buy Cheap Second Hand Cars In Kenya | Online & Offline
Time needed: 10 minutes.
Here is a detailed Guide on how to buy cheap new and second hand cars in Kenya from online, offline or importing from Japan, Tanzania, Uganda and others.
- Plan Your Budget And Financing
Start by planning your budget for the car. When setting your budget, consider your source of financing.
Avoid budgeting too high to the extent of squeezing your needs budget. In case you plan to go for a car loan, check with your creditor institutions to know how much money you qualify for.
If the car seller offers installment plan, confirm to know how much per installment you shall pay and for how long.
- Identify which car brand and type you need
With considerations from your budget, decide which car you shall buy.
- Search for the car seller
Now go online and do an extensive search of sellers with the type and brand of car you need. You can also visit physical car showrooms.
Be careful when choosing car sellers online and car selling sites online in Kenya.
Avoid too good to be true deals such as too low pricing. Avoid third party car selling sites such as jiji.co.ke.
Make a list of your chosen car sellers and the prices listed for both new and used cars of your choice.
- View and test the car
Now, contact the sellers you have chosen. In case if a showroom, visit their yard.
Find a mechanic or someone with extensive knowledge about cars whom you can trust and go with them.
Avoid meeting in private places, preferably, suggest a central location to meet with your car seller. Let your technitian check the car for you and make a test drive.
- Agree on the price
After confirming the car, now discuss the price with the seller.
Consider factors identified during viewing and testing the car to ensure you pay the right ammount for the car.
- Sign a car sale agreement.
After price negotiation and discount, now get a car sale agreement that we have provided in the download section. Read it with your car seller and do the necessary signing.
At this point, the seller should provide the car logbook, let your technitian or lawyer authenticate the logbook and guide you through the car sale agreement.
- Make a deposit
Make a written agreement with the car seller on the terms for deposit refunding in case issues arise through the process.
Make a deposit of not more that 20% of the total ammount, ensure you get an authentic receipt for your deposit from the seller.
- Verify car ownership
Let the seller cooperate with you in authenticating the car ownership. Get to know the car ownership history, let the seller provide their national ID and kra pin, they should also give you a copy of the car log book.
This is the most important step. Ensure you know every possible detail about the history of the car, ask for the shipping and clearing documents in case if an imported car.
- Make fulk payment
After an extensive background research about the car, it is now time to pay the full ammount for the car.
Never pay in cash, let your bank process the payments for you and get an authentic receipt for your payment
- Car handover
Before paying deposit, the seller should let the car stay with you. Alternatively you can let the car stay at a police station with instructions that you shall pick it after paying the ammount in full.
- Ownership Transfer Of documents
Let the seller change the logbook information to match your details. Create accounts on the NTSA-Tims Citizen service portal .
If you already have an account, then log in to your existing account and start the transfer. Transfers online can only be initiated by the seller so try do it when picking the vehicle.
Wait for NTSA to inform you when your logbook is ready and pick it from their offices in UpperHill Nairobi.
Online Car Selling Sites In Kenya
- Kenya Car Bazaar.
Frequently Asked Questions About Cheapest Cars To Buy & Prices In Kenya
Here is a list of the cheapest cars in Kenya;
✓ Toyota Vitz Ksh 400,000 and Ksh 800,000 or less.
✓ Toyota Belta Ksh 600 000 to Ksh 800,000
✓ Honda Fit Ksh 600,000
Toyota IST Ksh 400,000 – 1M
✓ Mazda Demio Ksh 500 000 and around Ksh 700,000
✓ Nissan Cube 600,000
✓ Toyota Auris Ksh 800 000 and around Ksh 1200,000
✓ Nissan March Ksh 300,000 to Ksh 700,000
✓ Subaru Impreza Ksh 500,000 and Ksh 800,000
✓ Toyota Probox 400,000 and around Ksh 2000 000
Below is a list of the best cheap cars in Kenya;
✓ Maruti S-Presso
✓ Maruti Eeco
✓ Maruti Celerio
✓ Maruti Wagon R
✓ Hyundai Santro
✓ Tata Tiago
✓ Toyota Vitz
Toyota vitz is a cheap ad small car to buy in Kenya.
A mazda Demio costs 2M to 2.6M in Kenya when new and latest model.
The toyota car brands are the best to buy second hand in Kenya for their strength and also the availability of spare parts which are inevitable for a second hand car in Kenya.