Peter Korir from Kenya message
I wish to sincerely say that this is a God’s given opportunity in terms of timing. I learnt of this competition while perusing for car advertisement sites finding out the prices of Japanese Toyota cars and how to import them.
To put my desire for the car in perspective, two months ago, i relocated to one of the outskirts of Nairobi which is eighty kilometres away from the Central Business DIstrict (CBD) and i use five hundred Kenya Shilling everyday to go to work and back.
I adore the Japanese vehicles because of a number of merits attached to them.Obviously, the most substantial advantage to owning a Japanese used car is the high amount of confidence placed in their dependability and reliability. Japanese cars are known for being mostly trouble-free when it comes to major issues regarding mechanical breakdown or failure. In fact, many owners of Japanese vehicles report being able to drive 200,000 or 300,000 miles before major repairs are required. This is a testament to the durability of many Japanese auto designs.
Another particular advantage of owning a Japanese car is that the resale value is relatively high. Japanese cars don’t seem to depreciate nearly as fast as American or European manufactured cars. Therefore, people that purchase Japanese cars when they are new, often enjoy much better trade-in values. In addition, they can normally demand a higher asking price for their used vehicle when trying to sell it.
Another attractive feature is the design itself. Many Japanese cars are designed with an appearance that doesn’t become quickly outdated or go out of style very fast. In fact, Japanese automakers tend to change the styling of their vehicles far less frequently than do American or European designers. When changes are made, the designs tend to be relevant, or sought after for many years.
From the foregoing, i will be a good Japanese-vehicles- Ambassador if i win this competition.