Update Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria 2021

Toyota Camry is one of the best-selling cars to come out of the Toyota fold. Simply put, Camry is one car that defines durability, style and efficiency all in one sentence. There is also a good reason this is so. Apart from its build quality, Toyota Camry boasts of excellent fuel economy and its cost of maintenance is relatively cheap when compared with other brands. Also, Toyota Camry is available in various models meeting the price and budget requirement of many buyers.

Further down this article, we are going to talk about why you will love to buy a Toyota Camry over every other car. We’ll also discuss common problems of Toyota Camry and what you must do when buying a used Toyota Camry. Stay with us as we explore together.

1. Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria

In this buying guide by Naijauto.com, we’ll be taking a look at Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria. The aim is to help buyers make a more informed decision of any model of Toyota Camry they wish to buy. This guide will cover the prices of all models of brand new, tokunbo and Nigerian-used Toyota Camry available in Nigeria.

1.1 Brand new Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria

A brand new Toyota Camry costs between N20 million – N30 million depending on the model year in question. Brand new Toyota Camry models can be bought in Nigeria from Toyota dealerships in major cities like Lags, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Kano.

See brand new Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria below:

  • 2008 – 2010 Toyota Camry: N6,700,000 – N9,500,000
  • 2012 – 2015 Toyota Camry: N8,500,000 – N11,500,000
  • 2015 – 2018 Toyota Camry: N9,500,000 – N11,500,000

1.2 Tokunbo (Foreign used) Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria

A tokunbo Toyota Camry price vary so greatly depending on the model year you are interested in buying. Tokunbo Toyota Camrys of various models are constantly being imported into the country and as such, they are available in plenteous supply in dealerships across every state in Nigeria.

See tokunbo Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria below:

  • 1993 – 1996 Toyota Camry: N750,000 – N950,000
  • 1997 – 1999 Toyota Camry: N1,100,000 – N1,500,000
  • 2000 – 2001 Toyota Camry: N1,500,000 – N1,800,000
  • 2002 – 2006 Toyota Camry: N1,400,000 – N2,000,000
  • 2007 – 2009 Toyota Camry: N2,600,000 – N3,400,000
  • 2010 – 2011 Toyota Camry: N2,700,000 – N3,900,000
  • 2012 – 2015 Toyota Camry: N4,000,000 – N6,700,000
  • 2016 – 2018 Toyota Camry: N9,000,000 – N17,500,000

1.3 Toyota camry for sale in Nigeria and theirs price

Given that the Toyota Camry is a very durable car, it lasts through the years and offers good second hand value. For first time car owners or buyers who have a tight budget but still desire a strong and reliable car, a second hand Toyota Camry is a good choice.

Also high demand of Toyota cars made it possible for second car dealers to offer Nigerian-used Toyota Camry in their supplies. However, it is advised that you always buy your second hand cars from owners whom you know the history of their cars. If you must buy from a second hand car dealer, you should bring in an experienced mechanic to check things out for you.

See Nigerian-used Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria below:

  • 1993 – 1996 Toyota Camry: N300,000 – N350,000
  • 1996 – 2001 Toyota Camry: N450,000 – N800,000
  • 2002 – 2006 Toyota Camry: N700,000 – N1,100,000
  • 2007 Toyota CamryN1,100,000 – N2,000,000
  • 2012 – 2014 Toyota CamryN2,500,000 – N3,500,000
  • 2015 – 2017 Toyota Camry: N3,500,000 – N5,500,000

2. Why you should buy a Toyota Camry

There are a couple of good reasons why we agree that you should buy a Toyota Camry above every other car. Some of the major reasons include:

2.1 Reliability

A Toyota Camry is a highly reliable car any time ad any day. All things being equal and aside routine maintenance for Toyota Camry, rarely will you have reasons to go to a mechanic.

2.2 Strong engine

Toyota Camry engines are generally strong. Most Camry models are fitted with either 4-cylinder or 6-cylinder powerful engines.

Camry is a sedan that pushes the limits of other mid-size sedans of similar size. For instance, the 2010 Toyota Camry LE  is equipped with a powerful 2.5L 4-cylinder engine capable of reeling out 169 hp at 6000rpm and can go 0 -60 mph in approximately 8.1 seconds.

2.3 Fuel economy

Beside its close family contender, Toyota Corolla, the Toyota Camry is the second most fuel efficient vehicle in the Toyota line up. The impressive fuel economy of the Toyota Camry is not too far-fetched.  In the older models ranging from 1996 – 2001, a pair of standard engine and transmission system was matched to achieve the fuel efficiency these models boast of.

In the more recent models, more advanced technologies such as variable valve timing with intelligence (VVT-i) and in some models Valvematic technology  (VALVEMATIC) both of which helps the engine use up just the amount of fuel required to power the engine and achieve a market friendly fuel economy.

A 1999 Toyota Camry has an EPA rating of 17 mpg for city driving and 25 mpg for highway driving. On the other hand a 2017 Toyota Camry non-hybrid with VALVEMATIC has an EPA rating of 24 mpg for city driving and 33 mpg for highway driving. Its hybrid option boasts of even better fuel economy.

2.4 Safety features

One of the basic requirements to consider when buying a car is the safety rating of such car. The Toyota Camry have been rated a safe car. Meanwhile, Toyota Camry come fitted with quite impressive safety features such as ABS, 3-point seatbelts, head and side mounted airbags and lane departure warning, park assist, vehicle stability control (VSC) and Whiplash-Injury-Lessening (WIL) seats in newer models.

3.0 Common problems of Toyota Camry

Just like every other car, a number of common problems have been reported by consumers about some models of the Toyota Camry which calls its reliability reputation into questioning.

There have been complaints by consumers that Toyota Camry is lacking in cargo space for a mid-size sedan of its class.

Among more serious complaints that have been reported about the Toyota Camry are:

1. Excessive oil consumption in the 2007, 2008 and 2009 models that are yet to clock 50,000 miles have been reported by consumers.

2. Power steering pump and hose leaks have been reported in mostly the V6 engine variant. You should look out for this fault especially when buying a used Camry. Its repair can be quite tricky as finding the leak could be a piece of work for most mechanics and can cost you a lot before finally being resolved.

3. Transmission hesitation has also been reported about the Toyota Camry. It is not uncommon to feel the automatic transmission lag upon acceleration especially in Camrys with high mileages on them. This problem is mostly due to a worn out transmission parts. The fix is to replace affected transmission parts and also update the computer software.

4. Conclusion

In conclusion, it is nearly impossible for a Toyota Camry not to meet the expectations of any buyer out there. Toyota Camry models are mostly safe, reliable and durable. To wrap up this article on Toyota Camry prices in Nigeria, Camry is mostly a relatively affordable car. Although its price largely depends on the model you desire and the condition if you are buying a used one.

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