Continued from last Monday
- Ford Escape (2015):Ford is a well-known brand when it comes to the production of SUVs. With its athletic handling, powerful turbocharged engine options and an upscale cabin, the 2015 Ford Escape is one of the very best SUVs in Nigeria auto market. Most auto specialists agree that the 2015 Ford Escape, with its four-cylinder engine, has sufficient power to power its way through most obstacles. If you decide to go with either of its two turbo-charged four-cylinder options, you are guaranteed good acceleration. This car comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission and the bigger of the two options makes climbing hills and obstacles so easy. You also have the option of choosing between the 2.0-litre four-cylinder engines or 1.6-litre four-cylinder engines. This car also comes with a sitting arrangement that caters for 5 persons.
Average Price: N5,000,000 – N7,000,000
- B MW 3 Series Sedan (2015):The BMW 3 series comes in six engine variants, some of which include the 355i turbo-charged 6-cylinder engine, 320i turbo-charged 4-cylinder engine, etc. giving customers a variety options to choose from. What makes the BMW 3 series amazing is that it comes in a perfect blend of potent acceleration, exceptional handling, and high-end comfort. The standard 8-speed transmission included in the BMW 3 series makes it stand out because it enables the driver make quick gear changes at will. In addition, the BMW 3 series’ superb handling and powerful braking features impressed a lot of critics. Some of its features includes: Auto start-up function, Aerodynamics, brake energy regeneration, Eco Pro mode, BMW headway display, BMW lines, Sports Mode, Adaptive M suspension, Active Cruise Control and many other exciting features.
Average Price: N 6,000,000 – N8,000,000
Certainly, these are some of the hottest cars in Nigeria at the moment. Although most of these cars are extremely pricey, people still purchase them, however, in small numbers. The prices the Phantom commands is way above the reach of 90 per cent of the Nigerian populace, however, anyone able to acquire these high-end vehicles, especially the Rolls Royce phantom, commands considerable respect. With the indigenous production capacity growing by the day, Nigeria would soon join the league industrialized countries earning hard currencies from the exportation of locally manufactured vehicles.