Most Nigerian drivers understand the importance of regular maintenance. However with the lack of the qualified mechanics in Nigeria, coupled with the cost of a quality service, car owners often find it hard to have their rides properly maintained.
Let’s check out the list of Top 10 cars which are the cheapest and easiest to maintain in Nigeria.
10. Nissan Titan XD (average of N165,000)
For a heavy-duty pickup truck, the Nissan Titan XD which costs an average of N165,000 per year for maintenance sounds nothing like expensive. Take another heavy-duty pickup truck for example, the Ram 1500 asks for up to N488,000 of annual maintenance cost.
The Nissan Titan XD offers an average of N165,000 per year for maintenance
9. Ford F-150 (average of N192,000)
Although being a full-size pickup, the cost it requires for an annual maintenance is not that high, which is N192,000.
Although a full-size pickup, the cost it requires for an annual maintenance is not that high
8. Toyota Tacoma (average of N152,000)
One key fact about buying pickup trucks is that the bigger the model is, the higher cost its maintenance asks for. In case you’re looking for a midsize pickup truck, the Toyota Tacoma is worth considering. It only costs you an annual maintenance expense of N152,000.
It only costs you an annual maintenance cost of N152,000
7. Honda Odyssey (average of N150,000)
Both the Honda Odyssey and the Dodge Grand Caravan are nice minivans to grab but with its cost of maintenance at N532,000 per year, the Caravan may be ignored if you know that the Odyssey offers a much softer price for annual maintenance of N150,000.
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6. Nissan Pathfinder (average of N155,000)
If a large SUV is something that you aim at, don’t miss the Nissan Pathfinder which asks you to run a low maintenance cost of around N155,000 per annum.
If a large SUV is something that you aim at, don’t miss the Nissan Pathfinder
5. Honda CR-V (average of N145,000)
This will be your best bet when it comes to buying a compact SUV concerning maintenance cost. For example, the compact Honda Pilot asks for up to N413,200 while the CR-V only asks for just above a third of its cost.
The compact Honda Pilot asks for up to N413,200 while the CR-V only asks for just above a third of its cost
4. Ford Mustang (average of N180,000)
Speaking of sports cars, people are often grimaced thinking about a great fortune they have to prepare for each maintenance but Ford Mustang is an exception. The proof is it cost you only N180,00 each annual maintenance while the BWM 328i would require N571,600.
It costs you only N180,000 each annual maintenance while the BWM 328i would require N571,600
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3. Toyota Avalon (average of N147,000)
Being a large car, its maintenance costs has nothing to do with its size. Only asking for N147,000 per year, the maintenance cost of the Toyota Avalon is far cheaper than the Nissan Sentra, its rival, which costs N269,000.
The maintenance cost of the Toyota Avalon is far cheaper than the Nissan Sentra which costs N269,000
2. Honda Accord (average of N134,000)
The Honda Accord offers spacious room for occupants. The Kia Optima is believed to be in the same category; however, it costs up to N240,000 for annual maintenance.
The Honda Accord offers spacious room for occupants
1. Toyota Corolla (average of N130,000 per year)
Not only being one of the most fuel-efficient cars you can buy, the Toyota Corolla also offers the cheapest maintenance cost, which adds to its popularity in Nigeria. It calls for just N130,000 per year to be decently serviced.
Not only one of the most fuel-efficient cars you can buy, the Toyota Corolla also offers the cheapest maintenance cost
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