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2012 TOYOTA HARRIER 240G L PACK ALCANTARA - (chassis ACU35)- Duty Free 21,325 usd (2.23M Kshs) [ OR Duty Paid 28,911usd (2.95m Kshs)  

Automatic transmission, 2400cc Petrol engine, 7,042 km, 5-door, interior: Black, Deluxe Cloth, Spare keys, Quality Grade 4.5, Interior grade: A, Aluminum wheel, power seat, no smoker, back monitor, good tire, 4WD.

 

2011 (JAN) SUZUKI ESCUDO XG (chassis TD4W) - Duty Free 14,352 usd (1.47M Kshs) [ OR Duty Paid 21,073usd (2.142m Kshs) ]

Automatic transmission, 2400cc Petrol engine, 46,800 km, 5-door, interior: Black, Deluxe Cloth, Alloy wheels, Spare keys, Quality Grade 4, Interior grade: B

 

Toyota Vanguard (extended Rav4) – 2010 - duty free 1.83M Ksh [duty paid: 2.4M Kshs]

Toyota Vanguard, 2010 Model, 4WD, Automatic transmission, 2400cc Petrol engine, 50,000 Km, 5-door, interior: Beige Deluxe cloth

 

 

 

 

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Extremely happy

Monday, 20 October 2014 20:54

I was extremely happy with Joep and the team at Expat - to -Expat who made the complicated process of importing a car from Japan much simpler and incredibly transparent. It was very clear from the start how much it would cost and if anything changed in the prices there was a reason and it was well explained.
I would work again in the future with Joep and the team and would recommend them to anyone looking to do a similar process in the future.

Guy - an Australian who works in investments in East Africa - 20 October 2014

Posted by Expat-to-Expat on behalf of Guy

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Excellent service

Monday, 20 October 2014 20:48

Upon our arrival here in Nairobi, we used Expat-to-Expat to assist us in finding our new home. Marije and Joep provided excellent service to us in accomplishing this task. Among many other things, they drove us through various areas, made us visit multiple houses, explained to us the customs of the Kenyan culture and assisted us in reviewing/finalizing the rental agreement. To anyone new to Nairobi, or in the process of finding a house or wanting to import a vehicle, we highly recommend Expat-to-Expat.

Gisela Henrique and Christiaan van Weeren - 17 October 2014

Posted by Expat-to-Expat on behalf of Gisela Henrique and Christiaan van Weeren

Published in Testimonials

Online help desk

Tuesday, 15 April 2014 07:59

Would you like to get personal relocation advice from us, but you do not see the need to hand over all the work to us, or you do not have the budget for full fledged house search and settling in assistance? Then we may just have the right option for you: we provide a personal online help desk service to answer all kinds of practical questions you may have about moving to and living in Nairobi.

Published in Relocation

Cross cultural awareness

Friday, 07 March 2014 06:46

For a successful international assignment, cultural preparation is crucial. It reduces culture shock and prevents the premature return of expatriates. A critical element to success on the global stage is cultural competence, and this is where cross cultural training comes in.

Published in Relocation

Rental cars

Wednesday, 01 November 2017 00:00

We have some good car rental options at Expat-to-Expat. Our cars are well maintained, regularly serviced and properly insured for self drive rentals.

Published in Cars

Internet in Nairobi: Value for money

Wednesday, 14 November 2012 08:48

Getting an internet connection in Nairobi is not a problem. But getting the right provider, at the right time and the right place is no peanuts. Since we often get questions about it, we thought it would be useful to develop a short survey about internet experiences in Nairobi. Here are the results:

Providers in a nutshell
We've received feedback through our questionnaire (thanks!) about 6 internet service providers: Access Kenya, Africa Online, Faiba, Orange, Safaricom and Zuku.

Published in Expat to Expat Blog

Posted by Expat-to-Expat, on behalf of our guest blog writer: Amy L. Rapp.
Thanks, Amy, for your very useful contribution!

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"Many people arrive in Nairobi and shortly after their embassy or company's security briefing they have a knee jerk reaction and run out to get a big dog. Frequently they do not think about anything but getting a big, scary looking dog!

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A day out with your children in Nairobi

Monday, 30 January 2012 06:11

Mid-term is around the corner!
Below is a list of activities and short trips, enough ideas to consider for a morning or afternoon of fun. Feel free to leave suggestions using the comment field below.

FUN and PLAY

  • Jolly Roger Theme Park
    Playground, bouncing castles, small restaurant/ bar - relax with a drink while your children play. Location: Next to Mamba Village Langata North Road, Karen Estate
  • Amani ya Juu (website)
    Playground for the youngest, small restaurant/ bar - relax with a drink, snack or light lunch in the quiet garden while your children play. Nice souvenirs/ small presents for sale in the Amani ya juu shop. Location: Junction Riverside Drive/ Kileleshwa ring road, next to Prime Bank, Kileleshwa Estate
  • Splash Water World
    Swimming pool. Location: Langata Road, next to Carnivore Restaurant
Published in Expat to Expat Blog

- Kenya is a free land -

Kenya’s capital offered opportunity and adventure – two things sadly lacking in Sussex. Fresh off the boat in Nairobi I borrowed a friend of a friends car to get about – a beaten up old Mitsubishi, a bit like driving a rusty tin can on four oversized wheels.

Keen to have something a bit safer to get around in, I started shopping for a car. I wanted a 4X4 – but found them criminally overpriced everywhere I went. I then dropped into a seemingly reputable land rover garage in Karen – which marketed itself as an official dealer and specialist in 4X4’s. The manager was polite and seemingly reputable and recommended I take the 2004 FreeLander for sale for Ksh700,000. The car was relatively young and they had a full servicing history which I took a copy of. I test drove it – had someone look under the bonnet, checked the chassis numbers etc and then parted with my hard earned cash in good faith.

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