Education level, tech smarts and wealth are just a few traits your ride can convey. But on the social scene, a babes ride says more about her stake than her clothes, make-up and house could ever say. Ugandans have good taste in cars and know perfectly how to use them.
Ipsum - (Kwanjula gift or Nigina) - The Ipsum has taken over Kampala market by storm ranking as a best seller in most car depots. It has become a common sight on Kampala streets? Simple, people love kwanjula ceremonies so much that a girl would rather skip the wedding but be given the ride as a gift.
It has become the most requested for car. Short of that the marriage could be in balance. For some gals they are willing to have more than one Kwanjula. Ipsumania(irresistible desire for Ipsum) has been justified because it's spacious. It is not exclusive just like Nigina the plastic Bona Baymabale sandals that have flooded the streets.
Sex Verdict: Showbiz Queen.
Famous drivers: Catherine Kusasira.
Harrier - Just like the name, it is for those few who are hurrying to ascend to the social rankings through bank loans, duping people into fake deals. Please why the hurry? Just take your time that dime will definitely come flowing when the time is ripe.
Sex Verdict: Screaming I want to be recognized
Famous drivers: Irene Namatovu
Rav4-aka Wampomede(You were so sweet)- It was once the most revered cars in the Ugandan car bonds. Women particularly adored it and would do anything to get it. They speak practically and in Kampala terms great bedroom prowess. The Rav4 is synonymous with glamour gals.
Sex Verdict: Time is money
Famous Drivers: Joy Biira, Flavia Tumusiime
Corsa - sweetheart shopping bag. It is one of the best cars, good fuel consumption, no need for frequent garage trips. Apparently men buy this car usually for their wives thus sweetheart. Much as it's sweetheart, it is also called shopping bag. It is a car you frequently see women driving on weekends on those shopping days.
It is also very easy to forge reverse parking with this machine , and answer to most women's pleas.
Premio - Though no pet name yetit is a dual purpose car. First it is driven by graduates for a kikumi, secondly it is a bridal car. You can't miss the sight of it at wedding ceremony.