WHY IS NISSAN ADVAN SO CHEAP

Why is this jalopy so cheap, especially for a 2nd hand vehicle, they are going for 350+ [ATTACH=full]147841[/ATTACH]

Hilo gari sipendi.

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The local market is odd like that. Popular models have ridiculous mark ups.

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Must you drive???

I am depressed.

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Wee Kwanza umeanza pep? Naskia hizo dawa ukifika day 14 Ni kuhara tu na ndoto za kimashetani na ajabu ajabu hivi!

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Nissan second hand zo huwa affordable, izo spares zake huwa expensive juu hsipatikani haraka. Side mirrors pekee inakukimbisha.
Inaloose value mbio kama mercedes

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Kumbafff… a mercedes can never lose value omera…

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Inachapa haraka

Hehe, ikishatoka showroom hata useme unaiuza saa iyo haiwezi uza na bei umenunua

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Niliuza Wingroad juu ya gharama za spares.

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It is the fear in people… the fear of a beast

Anyway, i think nissan wants to compete with toyota in that particular market niche.

Its inferior to probox the competitor. that’s why.

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Hehe buda
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Iyo hapo juu bei ya used Merc in Germany. Haijafika hata mita. Ikiingia pale port, customs wana-categorise as luxury car. Ukiuziwa pale car bazaar unauziwa 2 million and above.
Nimekuwa na offer ya merc as low as 400k, iyo expenses ya mafuta kila saa haileti shangwe

Halafu unashindwa na vile tuna barabara za maana siku hizi, why cant you spot akina Maserati, Bentley, Aston martin etc

Those Mercedes’ Year of Manufacture is below 2011…you cannot import them to Kenya. Therefore relatively low prices. Imebaki South Sudan and Uganda or other countries with relatively lower purchasing power.

Maintaining a Toyota and a Nissan of the same class, if using genuine parts, will cost the same. Quite a number of Nissans offer more, if not the same value as Toyotas of the same class.

In the long run, Mercedes is not that expensive. The parts last relatively longer and if treated well, it will serve you as a daily driver for a very long time.

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Urongo. Nishawahi meza. Nilikuwa na nyege sana hadi nikacheki it beats the purpose

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Because it’s Nissan. You should see the ridiculously high prices old generation Toyota DX wagons are going for.

When shopping for a car to import, look at the Year, it shouldn’t be older than 7years from the current year. So you can’t bring those 2005 and 2008 Mercs to Kenya. Unless uipeleke Uganda.

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Na nkipitisha ile route ya nanii ya Japan–>Addis ababa–>tea room–>karatina

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Iyo ndio idea

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