The average price of today’s brand new cars in Nigeria is about 10 million naira. That’s a figure that will send some car shoppers running for the foreign or Nigerian used car lot. But while a used model may get you more features for your money, you can still find lots of cheap, affordable brand new cars that hold appeal.
Carmart blog has gone through all the most affordable Brand new 2020 cars in which you can purchase within the range of 1million naira to 10 million naira in Nigeria. Don’t forget to check out the Cost Of Clearing Cars In Nigeria 2020 – Guide and process and Guide For Importing Used Vehicles Into Nigeria 2020 Because most of the cars are yet to be in Nigeria car showrooms you will be required to import them from the US and other countries of your choice.
Lets go down to the list:
2020 Mitsubishi Mirage Hatchback
Pricing: ₦5.8 million – ₦6.3 million
Fuel economy: 36-39 mpg combined
The 2020 Mitsubishi Mirage is a subcompact hatchback with a tiny 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine and a shortlist of standard and available features. Mitsubishi’s pared-down approach undoubtedly reaps some rewards such as a low price, high fuel economy, and easy maneuverability in tight spaces. Plus, Mitsubishi offers lengthy bumper-to-bumper and powertrain warranties to give you added peace of mind.
2020 Nissan Versa sedan
Pricing: ₦6 million – ₦7.1 million
Fuel economy: 30-35 mpg combined
The Versa was once the least expensive car in America. The new model, redesigned for 2020, now costs a little more but is a better car for it. The price increase brings more standard features (including power windows and keyless entry), a slightly more powerful engine that doesn’t sacrifice fuel economy, and more expressive styling. The Versa is also roomier than its hatchback rivals and boasts a sizable trunk.
2020 Kia Soul
Pricing: ₦6.3 million – ₦8.3 million
Fuel economy: 27-30 mpg combined
The Soul is surprisingly roomy for its small size. Its tall, boxy shape and clever interior packaging give it more passenger and cargo space than many of its subcompact SUV rivals. Freshly redesigned for 2020, the Soul also comes packed with features, and its 147-horsepower engine helps it come alive on twisty roads.
2020 Honda Civic
Pricing: ₦8.4 million
Fuel economy: 30-35 mpg combined
It’s fair to say that the Civic officially found its way out of the woods back when Honda introduced this latest generation in 2016. For nearly a decade prior, we were underwhelmed with the Civic’s design and quality. But Honda got this latest 10th-generation Civic right and, for now, is content to polish at the margins.
2020 Toyota Corolla Hatchback
Pricing: ₦8.2 million – ₦9.2 million
Fuel economy: 31-35 mpg combined
The 2020 Toyota Corolla Hatchback offers a lot of virtues in a small package. For a nameplate that doesn’t normally evoke a whole lot of passion, the latest Corolla Hatchback is surprisingly fun to drive. It’s nimble and engaging around turns and is decently powerful when you need it to be. On top of that, it’s comfortable on long drives and comes with plenty of the latest technology and safety features.
2020 Hyundai Santa Fe
Pricing: ₦10 million – ₦13 million
Fuel economy: 23-25 mpg combined
Fresh from a redesign of last year’s model, the 2020 Hyundai Santa Fe carries into the new model year with no significant changes. But that’s just fine with us. This latest-generation Santa Fe has an improved cabin look and feel. And, as is Hyundai’s custom, it comes loaded with standard features, many of which come at an extra cost on its competitors.