Press & Media

27 March 2017
The last few years have been good to us motoring enthusiasts and we’ve been blessed to see some major advances in automotive technology, with ideas coming to fruition that not so long ago belonged in the world of science-fiction. (Monthly Motor - March 2017)
15 February 2017
The Kenyan Motor Industry Association (KMI) estimates that the average age of vehicles in Kenya is 15 years old. With the average age of a car in Kenya now double the global average, sourcing parts can be tricky – particularly for older models. The cost and availability of parts is a big issue and, of course as car owners, who doesn’t want to keep their costs down when carrying out essential repairs. (Monthly Motor - Jan 2017)
26 January 2017
If ever a company was determined to offer something for everyone then the first prize must go to Audi. If they see a niche they like, they fill it, like a determined interior decorator. Fortunately, their cars are rarely superfluous; someone somewhere is going to want one. Now Audi is presenting another successful model; the second generation Audi Q5. Sales begin at the start of 2017 with prices to be announced. (Nairobi Business Monthly -January 2017)
17 January 2017
Crossover seems a strange word to apply to a vehicle yet it works because crossover implies a bridge. And that’s exactly what Crossover cars do; they bridge the gap between a regular hatchback or saloon and a full-blown sports utility vehicle (SUV). (Motor Monthly Kenya - Jan 2017)
07 December 2016
Introducing the New Volvo V90 Cross Country - Swedish Masterpiece. The old adage that Volvo cars are built to last is as true as ever...
20 October 2016
As a newer technology the term hybrid is often misunderstood, so we’ve taken a closer look at the myths surrounding hybrids to find out what they offer the modern consumer.
20 September 2016
The SUV market is exploding with new levels of opulence, luxury and speed. Lamborghini and Rolls Royce are both developing their 4x4s,Bentley has already sold out and Jaguar sales are racing away as fast as they can make them. Take your pick of the new cars on the block and make a style statement of your own on the roads.
13 September 2016
Buying a car online is becoming increasingly popular but the age old problems still exist. Get expert advice from our professional buying team and learn about how to avoid the pitfalls and get our top tips for getting yourself the best deal you can. Published by Nairobi Business Monthly (Sept 2016)
08 September 2016
Learn about the most exciting developments in technology that will be in the cars of our future. Featured in Motor Monthly (Sept issue).
12 August 2016
The UK's vote to leaving the European Union stunned the world. Without a real exit strategy business leaders are deciding the best course of action. Before the Brexit vote the majority of the UK's Car Manufacturers wanted to remain in the EU. Not surprising as over half of their production is made for the export market. Significant investments have yielded strong profits for most but the Japanese. So now what? Will the re-negotiation of international trade terms bring punitive measures which will make the UK export market collapse or will the international commerce community strive to sustain the status quo?
11 August 2016
Innovations for car technologies are racing away. We are forever reading about the latest greatest new gadget which will improve our driving experience. But you don't have to wait until you buy a new car to get your hands on some of this technology. The internet of things has brought us some fantastic innovations which you can add to your current car for the same or similar effect. We have had great fun researching some of the best in-car gadgets for you to make your car journeys that important bit better.
10 August 2016
The car export industry is a key market for the UK. The business minister.has made it clear that he wants car exports to continue to grow both to Europe and beyond. The weaker pound has made UK export prices extremely favourable the world over. Will punitive trader barriers really be anyone's goal or is the ultimate outcome likely to be business as usual for all trading nations?
13 July 2016
The internet is a window to a world of carefully looked after pre-owned cars. In the UK you can find cars which have a higher specification than those available locally. Find a VAT Free car and a savvy importer will be able to reduce the purchase price by 20% for you. You no longer need to buy your car with your savings. The introduction of asset finance loans for imported cars from NIC Bank means you can buy your car with a deposit and repay your loan gradually with your local bank. So, no need to dip into your savings and no need to risk sending your hard earned money abroad.
31 May 2016
Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) has partnered with MHH International to offer customers an easy and convenient way to import luxury vehicles from both Japan and UK.
31 May 2016
Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) has partnered with MHH International to offer customers an easy and convenient way to import luxury vehicles from both Japan and UK.
07 June 2016
Whether you're importing yourself or through a professional, these are the facts you need to know.
01 June 2016
Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA), has partnered with MHH International, to offer customers an easy and convenient way to import luxury vehicles from both Japan and UK. Through this partnership CBA clients can receive up to 80 percent asset financing, while also accessing services of a reliable partner who will transform the buying experience for imported cars into a pleasurable, effortless experience.
01 June 2016
In 2015, approximately 22,000 units of high end luxury cars were imported. MHH International specialises in sourcing and importing new and used prestige cars by placing auction orders on behalf of customers and negotiating for discounts. CBA clients will enjoy up to 80 per cent asset financing alongside access to services from reliable partners.
01 June 2016
Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) has partnered with MHH International to offer customers a convenient way to import vehicles from Japan and UK. CBA clients will enjoy up to 80 per cent asset financing alongside access to services from reliable partners.
01 June 2016
Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA), has partnered with MHH International, to offer customers an easy and convenient way to import luxury vehicles from both Japan and UK. Through this partnership CBA clients can receive up to 80 percent asset financing, while also accessing services of a reliable partner who will transform the buying experience for imported cars into a pleasurable, effortless experience.
18 May 2016
The launch of the Evoque was a watershed moment for Land Rover. Its global success has broadened the appeal of the Range Rover brand giving the refined country gent a city slicker for a younger brother.
03 May 2016
Importing a car is no longer the preserve of the super-rich. The more innovative Kenyan banks such as NIC Bank have recently launched import finance in Kenya with their supply partners MHH International. They have recognised that consumers want to benefit from the highly competitive prices that quality cars are sold for overseas. We have created a virtual showroom for you, so you can take a closer look at the monthly repayment to own a range of popular prestige cars.
26 April 2016
Featured in Kenyabuzz.com: Entrepreneurial business owners have discovered a new finance product which has enabled them to make more cost effective capital investments. The benefit to their cash flow is having a deep ripple effect through their businesses. We talked to two businesses that represent a number of innovative managers who have cottoned on to the growing trend in specialist import finance. Tesia Supermarkets and Durogoods share their stories and reveal how they have found significant buying efficiencies by purchasing assets abroad with the support of NIC Bank finance.
08 April 2016
Entrepreneurial business owners have discovered a new finance product, which has enabled them to make more cost effective capital investments. The benefit to their cash flow is having a deep ripple effect through their businesses. We talked to two businesses that represent a number of innovative managers who have cottoned on to the growing trend in specialist import finance.Tesia Supermarkets and Durogoods share their stories and reveal how they have found significant buying efficiencies by purchasing assets abroad with the support of NIC Bank and Chase Bank finance.
09 March 2016
Focusing on the short-term impact of the new car import duties misses some key long-term benefits for our health and wealth.
08 March 2016
WARNING: Reading this article could save you at least Ksh 250K off a UK import. A UK import could be much more affordable than their advertised price. Simply removing the ‘Value Added Tax’ from eligible vehicles will reduce your buying price by 20%.
22 February 2016
Focusing on the short term impact of the new car import duties misses some key long term benefits. By harnessing the spending power of the most wealthy we can improve the air we breathe, reduce serious accident injuries and in the long term the cars in the country’s car pool. Global car importing is becoming more accessible and this should be celebrated, not halted
10 November 2014
Importing a car is a rather elaborate process that involves trading companies, various agencies, and government functionaries. Despite this, some people prefer to handle the entire process of importing a car personally because of the potential cost savings. One of the key factors that you must keep in mind while importing a car is that you will need to insure it while it is in transit in the high seas. This article explores the need for insurance when importing a car. http://www.insureafrika.com/car-insurance/basics/buy-marine-insurance-to-avoid-car-importation-risks
22 March 2012
Car importers in the East Africa Community (EAC) region are slowly shifting their focus to the UK market following fraud reports and rising number of vehicle thefts in Japan. Japan cities have for a long time been the major supplying markets of used and reconditioned vehicles for the East African market. Many Tanzanians complain of having been cheated billions of dollars by Japanese companies that have been luring customers with prospects of owning posh vehicles on their websites at relatively lower prices.