Ada Eze (right) Managing Director at Total Kenya, hands over a sponsorship cheque of Ksh. 4.8 million to Adil Popat (left) Chairman of Kenya Motor Industry (KMI) Association towards the Total Motorshow to be held at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) from 18-20 September 2015
The 2013 Total Kenya Motorshow scored an all-time high in performance, quality and popular appeal. The event's biggest challenge was finding enough space to accommodate demand for stands and ever-bigger crowds of visitors.
Honda are setting up a new dealership in Kenya, with full sales, spares and service facilities. Their model range will include the Brio, CR-V and Accord. The operation will be run as a division within TransAfrica Motors (TAM).
AN APPRECIATION: One of the most legendary characters in Kenya’s motoring history has died. Peter Hughes, pioneer of the vehicle assembly industry and a motorsport champion of world renown for many decades, was 77.
The KMI was formed in 1989 to co-ordinate commercial realities with national policies, to provide a high-level forum within the motor industry, and to create a single focal point of consensus and communication with government, other associations and the public.
Every rainy season triggers advice on how to drive in the wet. But special advice for the dusty seasons is often overlooked. Dust brings its own set of damages and dangers, and in fact most of Kenya'...