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Toyota unveils 6th generation Hiace, ‘New Shark’

By Joseph Kipsang | May 27th 2017 | 1 min read
By Joseph Kipsang | May 27th 2017
Toyota Hiace Project Manager Benjamin Koyier (in white t-shirt) shows officials from various Matatu Saccos the salient features of the 14-seater “New Shark” Toyota Hiace during customer event at Midland hotel in Nakuru County on May 23rd, 2017. The 6th generation Hiace is not only specious but fuel efficient. Toyota Kenya has embarked on Eco drive training for shuttle drivers for their customers to help the maximize their profits and enhance road safety.Photo:Kipsang Joseph

Training for drivers.

Toyota Hiace Project Manager Mr Benjamin Koyier takes officials from various Matatu Saccos through some of the features of the new 14-seater “New Shark” Toyota Hiace during a customer event at Midland Hotel in Nakuru on May 23, 2017.

The firm said 6th generation Hiace is spacious and fuel-efficient.

Toyota Kenya said it has started training shuttle drivers to help maximise their profits and enhance road safety. 

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