Must Read: 6 cars not to buy in Kenya

Toyota Caldina
Toyota Caldina

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Mitsubishi lancer GDIGDI

The top of the list has a 1.5L gasoline direct injection good for 145 bhp. The fuel economy is okay but the engine problems are one of a kind. When idling, it sputters and dies. The engine has a problem maintaining and if you are thinking about cleaning the filters let me save you a trip to the mechanic. The GDI engines do not have fuel filters, they are built in. If and when it breaks down, that is that. Do not even bother taking it for repairs and a good mechanic will tell you to buy another engine.

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Toyota Caldina

Caldina

This does not come as a surprise to a number of you I know, but this car deserves second place on this list. Most of the trouble with this car has to do with its electrical systems. They were done by a Japanese firm and they did not do a bang up job. We come back to engine problems again and that fuel economy is really something. Most people end up reselling it for a more efficient option but even then, the resale value is less than 65 percent.

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2013 Mitsubishi Lancer

This is not the rally champ Lancer Evolution, but the rental chump Lancer ES. The Lancer may look fast and sporty, but it’s neither. The CVT and thrashy base engine take care of that. Though dramatically improved in 2011, the Dodge Avenger is still the worst midsize sedan.

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