Named Urban Cruiser, is the youngest SUV in the Toyota family designed for customers looking for comfort, the latest technology and affordability is priced at Ksh 2.7 million inclusive of Value Added Tax.
The model line-up includes 1.5 Xi manual, 1.5 Xs manual, 1.5 Xs automatic, 1.5 XR manual, and the 1.5 XR automatic. The Urban Cruiser is available with manual transmission for complete control or an automatic option for a more relaxed ride.
The Toyota Urban Cruiser has a 1500cc petrol engine that puts out 103 brake horsepower and 138nm of torque at 4400rpm.
It will be available at all Toyota Keya outlets across the country, with financing options from various banks and a 3 year/100,000km warranty (whichever comes first) for every purchase.
Toyota Kenya says that despite the pandemic, sales for personal cars have gone up 4%.
“We are happy to announce the introduction of the Toyota #UrbanCruiser in the Kenyan market. Adding to our latest portfolio of new releases, the Urban Cruiser brings a new feel of ownership, belonging, and class to our customers.” – Arvinder Reel, Toyota Kenya MD pic.twitter.com/NZMiKomIyx
— Toyota Kenya Limited (@Toyota_Kenya) April 22, 2021
“The Urban Cruiser, embodies Toyota’s quality, durability, and reliability promise, with the vehicle designed for customers looking for SUV comfort,” said Toyota Kenya Managing Director, Arvinder Reel.
“Toyota Kenya has always operated on the premise of giving our customers the best. And as we continue growing our small car segment, we continue introducing new and innovative products that offer value for money.”