Honda spare parts in Nigeria, where to buy & prices


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Do you drive a Honda car? Then chances are you buy Honda spare parts from time to time. Find out here where to get genuine Honda parts and prices!

About Honda cars in Nigeria

Honda brand of automobiles are a top selling brand all over Nigeria. Honda's key attributes include great safety features, durability and low cost of maintenance. Popular Honda models in Nigeria include Honda Baby Boy, Honda Evil Spirit, as well as End of Discussion (EOD). When Honda cars undergo routine servicing or are bad and need to be fixed, usually you will need to replace one or two worn out parts.


Honda parts are easy to find in Nigeria

Honda spare parts in Nigeria are used in Honda cars, generators and other machines bearing the Honda insignia. The availability of Honda parts in Nigeria at prices that are cheap is another reason the Honda brand is so loved in Nigeria. Most in demand Honda parts include:

Commonly replaced Honda car parts
Car parts Price
Bumper ₦15,000 -₦17,000
Alternator ₦25,000 -₦36,000
Headlamps ₦3000 -₦150,000
Gear box ₦70,000 -₦135,000
Windscreen ₦12,000
Fuel pumps ₦7,500 -₦10,000
Radiators ₦20,000- ₦30,000
Silencers (Sold as full or cut)  
Clutch ₦5,000 
Steering racks ₦25,000 - ₦35,000
Complete Engine ₦100,000- ₦300,000
Brain Box ₦15,000
Shock absorbers or Suspension ₦15,000- ₦30,000

Honda spare parts dealers in Nigeria

Honda spare parts are not difficult to find all over the country, although some states will have more dealers than others. Depending on your location, there are various dealers and spare parts markets in Nigeria where you can get your Honda spare parts at affordable prices. You may also chose to buy your Honda spare parts from websites online. Honda has some accredited Honda dealers that sell both whole vehicles and car parts. The advantage of buying from accredited dealers are that the parts bought are original Equipment manufacturer (OEM) or genine, and you will usually get a warranty for the part. Some accredited dealers of Honda parts include:

1. Honda Automobile Western Africa Ltd

HAWA is a subsidiary of Honda Motor Co, Japan. It imports brand new Honda autos, as well as as motor oil and orignal Honda spare parts. In 2015 it also started a Semi Knock Down plant in Ogun State, which is the first Honda assembly plnt in West Africa.


  • Address: Plot 9 Amuwo Odofin, Apapa-Oshodi Expressway, Coker
  • Phone: 09032603552
  • Website:
  • Email:

2. Honda Spares

The website identifies Honda Spares as dealers in Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)  including athentic spare parts for Honda models of whatever type.

They are easily one of the oldest Honda dealers as they have ben around since 1995. Honda cars catered for include CRV, Accord,  Acura, Civic,   Crosstour,  and Pilot. They will alos offer gurantees and will deliver nationwide within 24 hours.


  • Address: 10 Willoughby Street, Behind Mainland Hotel Oyingbo, Ebute-Metta, Lagos.
  • Phone: 08029255299, 08039121412
  • Email:

3. Stallion Group

Stallion Group is perhaps the widest Honda dealer in the country with branches nationwide. It is into many other sectors including Agro-allied, industry and services. The company also has begun vehcle assembly. Stallion Group represents other brands besides Honda, including Porsche, Hyundai, Skoda, Futon, and Audi to name a few. Find the nearest Stallion sales outlet to you for original Honda spare parts. Stallion Group is also know as "Honda Place."

Victoria Island:
272, Akin Adesola / Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Operating time: (Mon to Fri – 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Department: SALES
Contact: Mohammed
Number: 08026898726

Department: AFTERSALES
Contact: Kikelomo
Number: 08037179820

Mile 2:
Plot No.9, Block A, Amuwo Odofin Industrial Estate, Apapa-Oshodi Expressway, Lagos
Operating time: (Mon to Fri – 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Department: SALES
Contact: Bello Sani
Number: 08141337514

Department: AFTERSALES
Contact: Gigy Francis
Number: 08050201796

Plot No.16, Oba-Akran Road, Ikeja, Lagos
Operating time: (Mon to Fri – 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Department: SALES
Contact: Joeakin
Number: 08141337505

Department: AFTERSALES
Contact: Gigy Francis
Number: 08050201796

Plot No.581, AO Central Business District, Abuja
Operating time: (Mon to Fri – 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Department: SALES
Contact: Vishal Goel Number: 08034099999

Department: AFTERSALES
Contact: Sridhar Hazare
Number: 08034077777

Port Harcourt City:
Plot No.117, Transamadi Industrial Estate, Port Harcourt
Operating time: (Mon to Fri – 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Department: SALES
Contact: Jill Johny Number: 08039772864

Department: AFTERSALES
Contact: Ramchand Thakur Number: 08141337363

Enugu City:
Plot No.6, Opposite Arab Contractor, Enugu-Port Harcourt Expressway, Enugu
Operating time: (Mon to Fri – 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Department: SALES
Contact: Obiri Chukwuma Number: 08141337428

Department: AFTERSALES
Contact: Daniel Aroyameh Number: 08059000535

Ibadan City:
Plot No.152, Opp: Capital Building PHCN Zonal HQ, Adeoyo Roundabout Bus Stop, Ring Road, Ibadan
Operating time: (Mon to Fri – 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Department: SALES
Contact: Abhijit Karve Number: 08039765001

Department: AFTERSALES
Contact: Abhijit Karve Number: 08039765001

Kano City:
Plot No.10, Club Road, Kano
Operating time: (Mon to Fri – 8:00am – 5:00pm)

Department: SALES
Contact: Chris Sedi Number: 08141337471

Department: AFTERSALES
Contact: Sridhar Hazare Number: 08034077777


OEM assorted spare parts are available at accredited dealers 

Honda spare parts markets

You may also prefer to buy your spare parts from spare parts market acros the country. Here are some spare parts markets where you can find Honda spare parts all over the country:

1. Lagos

If you are in the city of Lagos, your search for Honda parts will be made much easier.  You can buy Honda parts in Lagos in large and smaller auto parts markets located across the state. Just make the trip to any of these such as Ladipo market and carefully navigate your way through the market and you will certainly find satisfaction. The most popular sources for Honda spare parts in Lagos are:

  • Ladipo International market: The biggest spare parts markets in West Africa
  • Owode, Onirin: This is another fairly large spare parts market in Lagos to buy Honda parts.
  • Trade fair: Also a spare parts market.
  • Agidingbi (near Ogba): This market is not so large, but yo can get quite some Honda parts here.
  • Sabo-Yaba: Again like Agidingbi, not so large, but worth the visit.
  • Parts of Idumota: This used to be one of the biggest spare parts market before most shops were moved to trade fair. It is not so arge now. 
  • Super Int'l market called Katankowa: Also a big market located on the Lagos-Abeokuta expressway


Many spare parts markets exist in Nigeria

2. Other spare parts markets outside Lagos:

If you live in other states of Nigeria, there are other spare parts markets to get Honda auto parts:

  • Ugwuagba spare parts market Onitsha: Popularly called "Mgbuka Obosi ", this market is a rival to Ladipo,located in Anambra state. Some say it's even larger than Ladipo. Some other spare parts markets in Anambra are the Nkpor market, mostly servicing trucks and heavy duty vehicles, and Nnewi market.
  • Nnentu Auto Spare Parts market, Aba: Large spare parts market in Aba, Abia state
  • Panteka spare parts market, Kaduna: Located along the sabo-kawo expressway
  • Galadima market, Kano: Spare parts and electronic dealers in Kano
  • Aodi Gates tire and auto spare parts market, Ibadan: Large spare parts market in Ibadan, Oyo state, also known as Araromi market
  • Ikoku spare parts market, Port Harcourt: Ikoku spare parts market is in Diobu, Port Harcourt

Don't forget to keep your wits about you as you buy your Honda parts from any of these outlets. Happy driving!

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