Prices of Tokunbo Cars Nigeria

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Tokunbo, Belgium, Cotonou, second-hand – It’s all the same. These terms refer to ‘already used vehicles’ that is up for sale in Nigeria.

Tokunbo, Belgium, Cotonou, second-hand – It’s all the same. These terms refer to ‘already used vehicles’ that is up for sale in Nigeria. This post states the current price range for all the major tokunbo car brands & models in Nigeria. From Toyota to Honda to BMW. Check the prices of all Belgium contonou cars in Nigeria.

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Toyota

Camry
1999 to 2001 » ₦1,100,000 – ₦1,950,000
2002 to 2004 » ₦1,300,000 – ₦2,400,000
2005 to 2007 » ₦1,800,000 – ₦3,700,000
2008 to 2010 » ₦2,500,000 – ₦4,900,000
2011 to 2013 » ₦3,400,000 – ₦7,600,000
2014 to 2016 » ₦5,700,000 – ₦14,500,000

4runner
2000 to 2003 » ₦1,300,000 – ₦3,800,000
2004 to 2007 » ₦3,250,000 – ₦5,800,000
2008 to 2011 » ₦4,700,000 – ₦17,000,000
2012 to 2016 » ₦12,500,000 – ₦18,500,000

Avensis
2000 to 2003 » ₦680,000* – ₦2,800,000
2004 to 2007 » ₦2,650,000 – ₦4,150,000
2008 to 2011 » ₦2,000,000 – ₦6,400,000
2012 to 2015 » ₦3,000,000 – ₦16,000,000

Corolla
2000 to 2003 » ₦1,000,000 – ₦2,400,000
2004 to 2007 » ₦1,700,000 – ₦4,350,000
2008 to 2011 » ₦1,900,000 – ₦6,000,000
2012 to 2015 » ₦2,800,000 – ₦9,500,000
2016 » ₦₦6,000,000 – ₦10,500,000

Avalon
2000 to 2003 » ₦1,450,000 – ₦2,450,000
2004 to 2007 » ₦1,750,000 – ₦2,925,000
2008 to 2010 » ₦3,500,000 – ₦5,000,000

Highlander
2001 to 2004 » ₦2,500,000 – ₦4,200,000
2005 to 2008 » ₦2,800,000 – ₦7,500,000
2009 to 2012 » ₦6,200,000 – ₦13,500,000
2013 to 2016 » ₦6,800,000 – ₦23,000,000

Land Cruiser
2000 to 2003 » ₦3,150,000 – ₦5,500,000
2004 to 2007 » ₦2,400,000* – ₦5,500,000
2008 to 2011 » ₦12,000,000*
2012 to 2015 » ₦14,000,000 – ₦18,750,000
2016 » ₦18,000,000 – ₦36,000,000

Prado
2000 to 2004 » ₦1,300,000* – ₦5,500,000
2005 to 2009 » ₦3,500,000* – ₦7,800,000*
2010 to 2014 » ₦9,500,000 – ₦22,000,000
2015 to 2016 » ₦14,000,000 – ₦22,000,000

Rav 4
2000 to 2003 » ₦850,000* – ₦2,500,000
2004 to 2007 » ₦1,350,000* – ₦4,300,000
2008 to 2011 » ₦3,800,000 – ₦7,300,000
2012 to 2015 » ₦9,000,000 – ₦9,500,000

Matrix
2002 to 2005 » ₦1,800,000 – ₦3,500,000
2006 to 2009 » ₦1,950,000 – ₦3,850,000
2010 to 2011 » ₦2,800,000 – ₦4,100,000

Sienna
2000 to 2003 » ₦1,350,000 – ₦2,900,000
2004 to 2007 » ₦2,300,000 – ₦3,600,000
2008 to 2011 » ₦1,850,000 – ₦8,500,000
2012 to 2015 » ₦5,500,000 – ₦16,000,000
2016 » ₦17,000,000 – ₦23,000,000

Yaris
2002 to 2006 » ₦1,300,000 – ₦3,000,000
2007 to 2009 » ₦1,500,000 – ₦3,200,000
2010 to 2015 » ₦2,900,000 – ₦7,500,000

Sequoia
2000 to 2004 » ₦1,600,000 – ₦3,600,000
2005 to 2008 » ₦3,500,000 – ₦4,500,000
2010 to 2014 » ₦8,700,000 – ₦17,000,000*

Tundra
2000 to 2004 » ₦1,800,000 – ₦3,800,000
2005 to 2008 » ₦2,900,000 – ₦7,950,000
2010 to 2014 » ₦8,000,000 – ₦24,000,000
2016 » ₦25,000,000 – ₦30,000,000

Hilux
2000 to 2004 » ₦4,000,000* – ₦4,500,000
2005 to 2009 » ₦2,800,000 – ₦7,200,000
2010 to 2014 » ₦4,900,000 – ₦13,500,000
2015 – 2016 » ₦10,500,000 – ₦20,000,000

Tacoma
2000 to 2004 » ₦2,100,000 – ₦4,600,000
2005 to 2009 » ₦5,500,000 – ₦10,000,000
2011 to 2014 » ₦3,500,000* – ₦14,500,000

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Prius
2006 » ₦2,100,000 – ₦3,500,000
2007 » ₦2,100,000 – ₦3,500,000

Venza
2009 to 2011 » ₦4,800,000 – ₦11,200,000
2012 to 2015 » ₦7,000,000 – ₦16,500,000

Picnic
2000 » ₦580,000 – ₦2,400,000
2001 » ₦1,800,000 – ₦2,550,000
2002 » ₦1,200,000 – ₦2,100,000
2003 » ₦1,150,000 – ₦2,300,000
2004 » ₦1,200,000 – ₦2,400,000

Previa
2000 to 2001 » ₦1,800,000 – ₦3,200,000
2002 to 2003 » ₦1,500,000 – ₦2,650,000
2005 » ₦1,600,000 – ₦2,100,000

Fj Cruiser
2006 to 2008 » ₦3,550,000* – ₦6,300,000
2009 to 2011 » ₦6,300,000 – ₦8,000,000*
2012 to 2013 » ₦7,500,000 – ₦14,500,000

Verso
2002 to 2004 » ₦1,350,000 – ₦3,250,000
2005 to 2008 » ₦2,000,000 – ₦4,350,000

Honda

Accord
1996 » ₦650,000 – ₦750,000
1997 to 2002 » ₦900,000 – ₦1,300,000
2003 to 2005 » ₦1,450,000 – ₦2,400,000
2006 to 2007 » ₦1,800,000 – ₦2,600,000
2008 to 2012 » ₦2,650,000 – ₦5,100,000
2013 to 2014 » ₦3,650,000 – ₦9,000,000
2015 to 2016 » ₦9,300,000 – ₦15,000,000

Civic
2001 to 2005 » ₦1,100,000 – ₦1,600,000
2006 to 2010 » ₦2,100,000 – ₦2,500,000
2011 to 2015 » ₦2,400,000 – ₦6,700,000
2016 » ₦10,000,000 – ₦18,000,000

City
2002 to 2005 » ₦400,000*-₦8000,000*
2006 to 2010 » ₦950,000 – ₦2,2000,000
2011 » ₦2,100,000* – ₦2,700,000*

CRV
1998 to 2001 » ₦800,000 – ₦1,700,000
2002 to 2006 » ₦1,250,000 – ₦2,500,000
2007 to 2012 » ₦1,400,000 – ₦5,300,000

Cross Tour
2010 to 2011 » ₦4,600,000 – ₦5,850,000
2012 to 2013 » ₦4,700,000 – ₦8,000,000

Odyssey
2002 to 2005 » ₦1,100,000 – ₦2,800,000
2006 to 2008 » ₦1,650,000 – ₦3,350,000
2010 to 2012 » ₦2,200,000 – ₦4,650,000

Passport*
1994 to 1998 » ₦500,000 – ₦950,000
1999 to 2002 » ₦750,000 – ₦1,200,000

Pilot
2003 to 2005 » ₦1,850,000 – ₦2,550,000
2006 to 2009 » ₦2,700,000 – ₦5,500,000
2010 to 2013 » ₦5,200,000 – ₦11,800,000

BMW

3 Series
316i to 318ti » ₦550,000* – ₦1,900,000
320ci to 328i » ₦800,000 – ₦4,850,000
330d to 335i » ₦1,400,000 – ₦10,200,000

5 Series
2001 to 2003 » ₦750,000 – ₦1,600,000
2004 to 2007 » ₦1,400,000 – ₦3,500,000
2008 to 2010 » ₦3,500,000 – ₦4,300,000
2011 to 2014 » ₦6,000,000 – ₦15,000,000

6 Series
2007 to 2015 » ₦2,900,000 – ₦26,000,000

7 Series
2003 to 2009 » ₦2,000,000 – ₦4,800,000

X1
1998 to 2006 » ₦320,000* – ₦5,000,000
2007 to 2013 » ₦4,000,000 – ₦5,500,000*

X3
2003 to 2006 » ₦1,550,000 – ₦4,800,000
2007 to 2010 » ₦2,300,000 – ₦6,500,000
2011 to 2013 » ₦5,800,000 – ₦8,250,000

X5
2000 to 2005 » ₦1,500,000* – ₦4,800,000
2006 to 2010 » ₦1,900,000* – ₦8,350,000
2011 to 2013 » ₦6,850,000 – ₦15,000,000
2014 to 2016 » ₦12,500,000 – ₦20,000,000

X6
2008 to 2011 » ₦7,500,000 – ₦13,000,000
2012 to 2015 » ₦13,800,000 – ₦35,000,000


Important factors to consider when buying Tokunbo cars in Nigeria 

Since cars are among the costliest necessities for Nigerians, Tokunbo cars exist to cater for families who can’t afford a ‘brand-new’ car. ‘Tokunbo’ is Nigerian slang for ‘fairly used’ and a Tokunbo car, especially when purchased without certain considerations and forethought, can present a problem in the distant future for owners. Here are the five crucial factors you must consider when buying Tokunbo cars in Nigeria:

Your finances

Without having the necessary financial strength, you won’t even be planning to purchase a car. A car is a pretty much expensive machine as you have seen from the list of various tokunbo car prices. The cost of the tokunbo car is one factor you need to think carefully about. Also, the maintenance cost is also worth deliberating.

For instance, a smart move is purchasing a tokunbo Toyota Camry of 2.5 million Naira, rather than churning out 1.5 million Naira for a Benz. This is because it is costlier to maintain a Benz than a Camry.

The condition of the car

It is important you observe the physical condition of the car you plan to buy. You can go with an experienced mechanic to view the car. Especially before the negotiation phase. The condition of the car has nothing to do with the appearance or how flashy the vehicle looks.

Ask why the owner wants to sell the car 

A lot of car buyers have inadvertently gotten into trouble with security agencies for buying stolen cars. It is very important that you ask the car seller why he or she intends to sell the car. You can proceed only if you have been given a convincing and acceptable reason.

Check the car’s ignition

The ignition of a car is important because it is responsible for the car’s motion. Ensure the panel lights are not on as the engine starts. It shows that the car is faulty.

Check the strength of the engine

To know how strong the engine of the car is, try going for a short ride with the car. You can switch on the A/C system to understand how the engine functions. A vibration means that the engine condition is faulty.

 Vehicle Identification Number

A vehicle Identification Number will show the legal or criminal history of the car (if there is any). Always ask your seller for the VIN before purchase.

 

 

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