Ford is an American company which has always been one of the best car makers in the world and in recent times Nigerians have begun patronizing the brand especially the new Ford Escape and Ford Explorer models. This post gives the 2017 prices of new, fairly used and toks Ford cars in Nigeria. Prices of cars in Nigeria have increased highly due to the high exchange rate, ban of importation of cars from Cotonou, increased import duty and other factors.
*All prices are in Naira
*The prices listed here are estimates gotten from various car dealers and websites online, prices may vary from one car dealer to another.
Prices of Tokunbo Ford cars in Nigeria
Tokunbo cars are also called Cotonou cars or Belgium cars and are cars which are imported from foreign countries to Nigeria, they are usually very neat and almost as good as new and hence are quite highly priced compared to locally Nigerian used vehicles. The prices of foreign used Ford cars in Nigeria are listed below.
1999 – 2005: N900,000 – N1.2 million
2008 – 2011: N2 million – N3 million
2001 – 2004: N1.3 million – N1.5 million
2005 – 2007: N1.7 million – N2.2 million
2008 – 2012: N2.5 million – N4 million
2001 – 2005: N2.1 million – N2.5 million
2006 – 2011: N2.7 million – N4.5 million
Prices of fairly used Ford cars in Nigeria
Fairly used Ford cars refer to cars Which have been registered in Nigeria and used on Nigerian roads, they are generally cheaper than tokunbo cars because they are less neat and generally have more mileage and high maintenance cost.
1999 – 2005: N600,000 – N750,000
2008 – 2011: N1.5 million – N2.7 million
2001 – 2004: N900,000 – N1.2 million
2005 – 2007: N1.3 million – N1.8 million
2008 – 2012: N1.8 million – N3.2 million
2001 – 2005: N1.5 million – N2 million
2006 – 2011: N2 million – N3.5 million
Prices of New Ford cars in Nigeria
Ford Mustang: N15 million – N20 million
Ford Focus: N8 million – N12 million
Ford Fusion: N13 million – N15 million
Ford Edge: N16 million – N20 million
Ford Escape: N14 million – N18 million
Ford Explorer: N17 million – N21 million