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Tokunbo cars have been the go-to choice for thousands of Nigerians in the past few years when they are looking to upgrade their car. Tokunbo vehicles are neat, good-looking, and budget-friendly. Here are the prices of Tokunbo cars at the Cotonou car market in Benin.

1. Prices Of Toyota Cars

You probably won’t be surprised to learn that Toyota is by far the most popular car brand in Nigeria, and that includes Tokunbo vehicles. Here are the prices for the most coveted Toyota models:

  • Toyota Corolla: 2002 – 1.2 million, 2007 – 2.8 million, 2012 – 4.5 million, 2015 – 7 million.
  • Toyota Yaris: 2003 – ₦1.5 million, 2008 – ₦2.7 million, 2012 – ₦3.5 million.
  • Toyota 4Runner: 2001 – 1.7 million, 2005 – 3.2 million, 2008 – ₦5 million, 2012 – ₦8 million.
  • Toyota Highlander: 2003 – ₦2.5 million, 2007 – ₦3.8 million, 2011 – ₦7 million, 2014 – ₦9 million.
  • Toyota Camry: 1998 – 1 million, 2004 – 2.1 million, 2011 – 4 million.

2. Prices Of Volkswagen Cars

Volkswagen cars are known and loved in Nigeria and around the world for their practicality, good looks, and availability of cutting-edge features. Here are the Tokunbo Volkswagen car prices:

  • Volkswagen Passat: 1995 – 900.000, 1999 – 1 million, 2004 – 1.5 million, 2009 – ₦3 million.
  • Volkswagen Golf: 1996 – 800.000, 2002 – 1.5 million, 2008 – 2.5 million, 2012 – ₦3 million.
  • Volkswagen Jetta: 2004 – 1.2 million, 2009 – 2.2 million, 2012 – 4 million.

3. Prices Of Honda Cars

Beautiful design, reliability, and competitive prices are only a few of the reasons why Honda cars are so popular in Nigeria. Here is how much Tokunbo Honda cars cost in Cotonou:

  • Honda Accord: 2004 – 2 million, 2007 – 2.5 million, 2011 – 3.5 million.
  • Honda Civic: 2004 – 1.8 million, 2010 – 3 million.
  • Honda CRV: 2005 – 2.2 million, 2010 – 4 million.
  • Honda Pilot: 2004 – 2 million, 2008 – 3.8 million, 2012 – 7.2 million.

4. Prices Of Mercedes Benz Cars

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Mercedes Benz cars are widely associated with an aggressive appearance and impressive performance, and here is how much you will have to pay for a Tokunbo Mercedes Benz ride:

  • Mercedes Benz G-Wagon: 2005 – 18 million, 2012 – 40 million.
  • Mercedes Benz S-Class: 2002 – 4.5 million, 2006 – 7 million, 2012 – 12.5 million.
  • Mercedes Benz C-Class: 2003 – 2.5 million, 2006 – 6 million, 2011 – 8.8 million.
  • Mercedes Benz M-Class: 2004 – 2 million, 2008 – 5 million, 2010 – 6.8 million.
  • Mercedes Benz E-Class: 2002 – 2.5 million, 2006 – 4.7 million, 2012 – 10.5 million.
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5. Prices Of Kia Cars

Kia is one of the latest car brands to be introduced in the Nigerian automotive market, but it has already won the love of millions of buyers. These are the Kia Tokunbo car prices:

  • Kia Sorento: 2004 – 2.2 million, 2008 – 3 million, 2012 – 6.2 million.
  • Kia Rio: 2004 – ₦1.2 million, 2010 – ₦2 million.
  • Kia Sportage: 2008 – 2 million, 2012 – 4.5 million.
  • Kia Picanto: 2005 – 1 million, 2012 – 2 million.

6. Prices Of Nissan Cars

With any Nissan car, you will get a refined design, easy maintenance, and an impressive driving character. Here is how much it will cost you if you go for a Tokunbo Nissan car:

  • Nissan X-Trail: 2004 – 1.8 million, 2008 – 3.6 million.
  • Nissan Altima: 2003 – 1.5 million, 2010 – 3.2 million.
  • Nissan Pathfinder: 2002 – ₦2 million, 2007 – ₦3.5 million, 2012 – ₦4.5 million.
  • Nissan Almera: 2001 – 1 million, 2006 – 2 million.
  • Nissan Maxima: 2002 – 1.3 million, 2010 – 3 million.

7. Prices Of Ford Cars

Ford is the undisputed winner of the affordable car segment that still has very competitive characteristics and a variety of options. Here is what you’ll need to pay for a Tokunbo Ford car:

  • Ford Explorer: 2002 – 2.4 million, 2009 – ₦4 million.
  • Ford Escape: 2002 – 1.5 million, 2006 – 2.4 million, 2010 – 3.8 million, 2015 – 7 million.
  • Ford Focus: 2001 – 1 million, 2005 – 1.6 million, 2010 – 2.5 million.
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Asia Pacific Rayon Raises US$300m from National and International Affiliated Banks to Expand Production Capacity

  • Continued capital expenditure aims to boost production and support the recovery of Indonesian economy
  • Loan agreements aligned with Indonesian Government's strategy to drive investment growth in 2021
  • APR is a member of the RGE group of companies


JAKARTA, INDONESIA - Media OutReach - 12 April 2021 - Asia Pacific Rayon (APR), the largest integrated rayon fiber producer in Indonesia, today announced that it has secured a syndicated loan facility of Rp 4.5 trillion (US$300 million) with national and international affiliated banks. The funding will be used to support continued capital investment in the company's production facilities at Pangkalan Kerinci, Riau Province, Sumatra.

APR is vertically integrated through its supply chain, from renewable fiber plantations to high-value textile development. It commenced operations in 2019 and was formally inaugurated by President Jokowi Widodo in February 2020. APR plans to increase its production capacity over the coming year to capture the strong growth potential of viscose staple fiber (VSF), strengthening its market position in Indonesia and in export markets across the region. APR is a member of the RGE group of companies. Founded by Sukanto Tanoto, RGE manages a group of resource-based manufacturing companies with global operations.

The syndicated loan participating banks are PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, PT Bank Central Asia Tbk, PT Bank Pan Indonesia Tbk, PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Jawa Barat, PT Bank Woori Saudara Indonesia 1906 Tbk and PT Bank KEB Hana Indonesia

The joint mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners for the syndicated loan are PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, PT Bank Central Asia Tbk, and PT BANK Pan Indonesia Tbk.

Basrie Kamba, Director, Asia Pacific Rayon, said: "This funding will be used to support continued investment in our operations in Kerinci. Rayon fiber, or viscose, is a textile raw material derived from sustainably managed plantations. As rayon is both renewable and biodegradable, it supports the trend towards sustainable fashion in Indonesia and in other markets around the world."

APR's planned expansion is aligned with the Indonesian Government's strategy to increase investment and boost employment to support the recovery of the country's economy and address the continued impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Following the passing into law of the Omnibus Bill in October last year to streamline investment and stimulate job creation, President Widodo said last month that investment would be the key factor in achieving 5% economic growth in 2021.

"This loan facility and our continued investment in our operations are evidence of the growth potential of the viscose rayon sector in Indonesia and around the world. We are committed to supporting the Indonesian Government's efforts to improve the investment climate in export-oriented manufacturing industries, and its efforts to create upstream jobs in plantations and the processing of raw materials, and downstream opportunities in textile factories and related businesses," said Basrie.

Hari Setiawan, Executive Vice President of PT Bank Rakyat Indonesia (Persero) Tbk said : "As Representative of JMLAB and all lenders, I hope this collaboration will be useful to support the growth and development of PT Asia Pacific Rayon in increasing production and operations and also supporting the recovery of Indonesia's export growth."

"Support from BCA and other Banks reflect our confidence in APR, and as our contribution to promote a sustainable and environment friendly industry. We hope this cooperation will tighten our relationship as well," said Susiana Santoso, Executive Vice President of PT Bank Central Asia Tbk.


About Asia Pacific Rayon

Asia Pacific Rayon is the first fully integrated viscose rayon producer in Asia. Located in Pangkalan Kerinci, Riau, the company uses the latest production technology to produce high-quality rayon to meet textile needs. APR is committed to becoming a leading viscose rayon producer with the principles of sustainability, transparency and operational efficiency, serves the interests of the community and the country, and provides value to customers. APR is part of the RGE (Royal Golden Eagle) group of resource-based manufacturing companies. Sustainability is fundamental to APR. The APR Sustainability Policy, updated in September 2020, include additional commitments on pulp sourcing and clean manufacturing.


About RGE

RGE Pte Ltd manages a group of resource-based manufacturing companies with global operations. Our work ranges from the upstream, comprising sustainable resource development and harvesting, to downstream, where our companies create diverse value-added products for the global market. Our commitment to sustainable development underpins our operations, as we strive towards what is good for the community, good for the country, good for climate, good for customer, and good for company. RGE was founded in 1973. The assets held by RGE companies today exceed US$20 billion. With more than 60,000 employees, we have operations in Indonesia, China, Brazil, Spain and Canada and continue to expand to engage newer markets and communities. www.rgei.com

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