I have driven old and new trucks (and a few vans) all over east africa. In the last few years I have logged over 3,000 miles in Kenya and Tanzania. It's been my experiance in east Africa that it is easier to find someone to work on a Toyota than anything else. Just about every town has a mechanic that can tear apart a Toyota with only a screwdriver and spairs (old and new) are everywhere. Most towns in western Kenya have Toyota dealerships. I only remember seeing a land rover dealership in Nairobi.
The NGO I work with is in the process of buying another 4x4 in Kenya and we ruled out the landrovers for the reasons listed above.
2013 Toyota SR5 4runner
2012 Suzuki drz400
1999 Jeep TJ 2" lift 31's 5speed
1989 FJ62 Toyota Landcruiser
The mountains shall bring peace to the people. -Psalms 72:3
I'm from Texas, what country are you from?