To spare yourself trouble and tears in future, be careful with Peugeots

Hi Baraza, I am an avid reader of your column, thanks to which I have learnt a lot about cars. In 2013 I bought an ex-Japan Peugeot  206 SW. My husband didn’t understand why and how I settled for the car, but I was in love, period. However, after a year, it started overheating, forcing […]

West Africans have outclassed us in the race for home-made cars

At the close of 2014, I took a brief look at the goings-on within the local automotive industry — and in Uganda — but, unknown to me, things were happening on a much grander scale in West Africa. Ghana and Nigeria also have homegrown motoring scenes. Unlike the Ugandans, they are not dealing in futuristic, […]

2014: The year of Mobius II, Great Run 6 and the Russian revitalisant

Kenya vs Uganda: Mobius II vs Kiira EV Our neighbours across the border are a demure, taciturn lot and as such, it is a little difficult to imagine what they are up to all the time. Never mistake quietness for lack of resolve; and, clearly, meekness is not weakness, because what they did recently was […]

Still waiting for the Mobius; and yes, the Terios Kid can go uphill. Duh!

Dear Baraza, Thank you for your helpful advice. It is most appreciated. I read with interest the release of the Mobius, a Kenyan-made vehicle that is due to be launched in June. I would really like to hear your opinion on it. Joseph. Hello sir, I first heard of the Mobius almost four years ago, when […]