toyota avensis station wagon or nissan wingroad

#1
have gotten a used avensis at 450k with 100k kms and a newer cleaner looking wingroad going for 450k.

I find the nissan looking more fragile compared to the toyota. Cant seem to decide.
 
#7
Avensis ni gari inakaa aje sasa? but its a grown up car ingawa kuna version ya engine naskianga inasumbua. wingroad ni kutupa mbao kama sio ya biashara. tena ni nissan =fake car. tafuta carina safi. Avoid anything corolla unless you bringing it in yourself.
 

mozilla

Village Elder
#9
I drove a wingroad last week, its barely used locally, nlifika pale mlima ya Kangocho just before karatina, ilibidi nipitie lane ya malori ya ku ascend, car was going at 25kph despite flooring the pedal, it was embarrassing
 
#10
I drove a wingroad last week, its barely used locally, nlifika pale mlima ya Kangocho just before karatina, ilibidi nipitie lane ya malori ya ku ascend, car was going at 25kph despite flooring the pedal, it was embarrassing
I do my sporting there every time i go that route in a regular toyora. 2AZ or 1ZZ.
 

R_Silver

Village Elder
#16
I drove a wingroad last week, its barely used locally, nlifika pale mlima ya Kangocho just before karatina, ilibidi nipitie lane ya malori ya ku ascend, car was going at 25kph despite flooring the pedal, it was embarrassing
:D:D:D boss; umenichekesha hadi karibu machozi. That climb really lets you know if you're driving a good car ama ni mkebe tu.. Kuna time nilienda that way with a borrowed Pajero, zile za zamani 'Intercooler'. From Sagana nilikuwa nakimbizana na Prado, even overtaking each other a few times. Kufika Kangocho ni kama Paj ilifunga cylinders nusu; it crawled up the hill while pouring out heavy black smoke. Jamaa wa Prado nafikiri alikuwa Marua by the time I reached Karatina.
 
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