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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.
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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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