Top Nigeria Made Cars and their Current Prices 2019
Nigeria Made Vehicles – Over the years, the nation had been termed an “Ever Developing Country” and reasons being that everything is imported including very petty things in the likes of toothpicks, pencil even children erasers from neighboring countries and continents across the globe.
We’d been exploited for our lack of technical know-how and limit in sophistication… Car manufacture did not seem to be a possibility then even though most Nigerians conceived the idea due to our over dependency on other nations but that doesn’t seem to be the case today; at least, there has been a great deal of improvement in our technology and manpower lately. People traveling around, discovering wonders, inventing new ideas and best of all bringing these discoveries home to share and invent for the advancement of our country.
Count down to the late 90s where importation of cars was the order of the day. Car owners flaunted their tokumbos knowing it wasn’t easy to afford an imported product let alone a car.
Following the automotive policy which was propagated in 2013, the first made in Nigeria car was completed by Nissan in 2014 by multinational companies upon establishing a car assembly plant. A black Nissan Patrol, Almera and NP300 were manufactured at Lagos in the company’s assembly plant. This auto company is already assembling Made-in-Nigeria cars from Nnewi plant in Anambra State.
Its noteworthy, that some car manufacturing companies have complied with government policies to rid us of locally built or assembled cars and some of these companies include:
1. IVM 6490 A
Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Company is the very first indigenous car manufacturing company in Nigeria. The company releases the first brand of made in Nigeria car in the last quarter of 2014.
This innoson vehicle was awarded to the winner of the just concluded reality tv show titled Big Brother Naija pepper dem episode season 4 hosted here in Nigeria who Mercy Lambo the queen of highlights emerged winner.
The IVM 6490 A is an SUV that packs state-of-art facilities and design.
- Seat Number – 5 to 7
- Wheel Base – 3025
- Engine Model – JM491Q – ME
- Fuel – Gasoline
- Max Power (km/rpm) – 76/4200 ῀ 4600
- Max Torque (NU/rpm)
- Tank (70 ltrs)
- Price Range: N1.4million to N3.5million
2. Kia Rio, Optima
KIA motors Nigeria could not stay mute but add to the upgrading standard of the country with a blast of its Made-In-Nigeria vehicles at the auto fare show held in October 2014, at the Eagle’s square, Abuja.The KIA Optima’s offers a sleek, ultra modern design with its more dynamic sculpted Back edge and a fashionably aggressive frontal fascia.
DESIGNS AND FEATURES
- Chrome front Grill
- Sculpted Front and Rear Valence
- Solar Control Glass
- Bluetooth Wireless Technology
- Horse Power: 192 horsepower @6300 rpm
- Fuel Tank Capacity – 70.03 ltrs
- Dual front Advanced Airbags
- Dual Front seat Side mounted Airbags
- Price Range: N1.98million to N2.1million
3. Hyundai Grand i10
Stallion motors; This family Sedan is carefully designed with the latest infrastructure and comes in two variants with a 4-speed automatic and a 5-speed manual transmission powered by Dual VTVT and 1.25 Kappa engine.
- Blue interior illumination
- Front and rear power windows
- Keyless entry
- Chrome package
- 1.1 Litre iRDE2 engine
- Manual transmission
- Price – N1.5million to N1.9million
4. Peugeot 301
With the increasing numbers of companies and launching of different brands of sophisticatedly designed cars, the Peugeot 301 Made-in-Nigeria has consolidated Nigeria’s position as one of the most industrialized economies in Africa.
As means of encouraging the automobile market, the federal government has put in place measures that will continuously develop the automotive sector
The federal government has put in place measures that will encourage the continuous development of the automotive sector of the economy.
The launch took place at the Peugeot assembly plant at Kaduna, Nigeria. The Peugeot 301 is a small yet spacious Sedan that optimizes the essentials of a family car – Space, Safety, and Storage.
- Seats – 5
- Horse Power—115
- Fuel Tank – 50ltr
- Number of Cylinders – 4
- Torque – 150/4000
- Dual front Airbags
- Average Price: N3million – N 3.5million
5. Nissan Almera
Nissan took a lot of advantages from the federal government automotive policies, one of which is the maintenance of a viable environment for car manufacturers to thrive.The Nissan Almera will be fully launched into the Nigerian market by April 2015.
FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
- 1.2 ltr petrol engine
- Dual SRS Airbags
- Four-speed automatic transmission
- Back Sensor
- ABS, EBD and BA
- Bluetooth Dial-up connectivity
- Intelligent key, immobilizer and panic alarm
- Average Price – N2million – N3.5million
With the difference in the height of individual and communal exposure, we’ve recorded a huge amount of advancement in the Nigeria’s automobile companies
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