Innoson Vehicle Motors – Brand Photos with Prices

Innoson Vehicle Motors – Brand Photos with Prices

Here are the major brands of Innoson Motors with their 2020 price guidance. The full company contacts are also provided below.

1. Innoson FOX: N7,665,000

2.  Innoson UMU: N8,000,000

3.  Innoson G5: N12,390,000

4.  Innoson G6: N12,915,000

5.  Innoson G80: N27,825,000

6.  Innoson G40: NN17,325,000

7.  Innoson Carrier 4×4: N13,860,000

8.  Innoson Carrier 4×2: N9,400,000

9.  Innoson 5000: N9,400,000

10.  Innoson 6601: N22,995,000

11. Innoson 6857: N27,700,00

12. Innoson 6800: N34,650,000

 

 Innoson Motor Price 
 Model   Price in Nigerian Naira
 Innoson FOX  N7,665,000
 Innoson UMU  N8,000,000
 Innoson G5  N12,390,000
 Innoson G6  N12,915,000
 Innoson IVM G80  N27,825,000
 Innoson G40  NN17,325,000
 Innoson Carrier 4×4  N13,860,000
 Innoson Carrier 4×2  N9,400,000
 Innoson 5000  N9,400,000
 Innoson 6601  N22,995,000
 Innoson 6857  N27,700,00
 Innoson 6800  N34,650,000

 

Headquarters Office Address: No.2 Innoson Industrial Estate, Akwu-Uru -Uru, Umudim, Nnewi, Anambra State.

Phone(s):+234 (0) 8105472222, (0)7089440040,(0)7033326171

Abuja+234 (0)8166126255

Lagos+234 (0)8035740097

email: [email protected][email protected]

 

Prices have been Updated

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53 thoughts on “Innoson Vehicle Motors – Brand Photos with Prices

    1. Those cars are not profitable anywhere. With this not being a charity, I am not sure you are helping the mission with the suggestion. It is better he focuses on where he thinks he has a chance instead of trying to serve all and he loses all.

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        1. Reason is that most of the materials used in production are imported, with exchange rates playing a key role.
          Until we explore our indigenous and more affordable materials for internal production, the costs of such products will continually be on the high side. Some expensive indigenous materials are however quite expensive too due to logistics among other reasons.
          Unfortunately, our policy makers are the ones making this difficult, not really Innoson.

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          1. You’re right, many of our made in Nigeria products are much expensive with no extra quality or benefits, hence it’s makes no sense to just patronise it in a fully competitive market.

      1. I think it was a suggestion and the company may plan towards it, it may not be immediately but towards the future. Most times economic analysis limit want may happen actually happen in life but I believe it’s not impossible. We shall get there if we mean to do it and it will start somewhere, there should be no discouragement.

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    2. These are new cars and not used cars (tokunbo). How much do you think it costs to buy new cars of international brands like Toyota, Honda etc? In my opinion the prices are not out of place for a new vehicle. The hope is that as the nation’s economy gets better as well as Innoson’s manufacturing conditions, the price will be more affordable.

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      1. And what jobs have you made available for Nigerians to enable them buy new cars? The last new cars we ever heard of our parents driving were “Peugeot” Yes it was mad expensive, but compare the economy (dollar rate) then and now. Also keep in mind that when we buy new cars here, nobody pays cash. We have banks finance our cars till we pay it off.
        I love innoson, I love his ideas, I love his innovations etc. At the end of the day, his pricing are for upper class Nigerians, and not lower class. Cos believe it or not, we do not have middle class earning citizens. I came here truly to buy a car cos I was considering shipping a car from here. I have the money but I cannot afford this truthfully speaking. His cars are priced are politicians rate, not for struggling stuents like me who is building up from the scratch. I know it is not Innoson’s fault because of the cost of goods he is using, and energy supply which I know my country Naija is not helping him out in that area. Please do not reply me and abuse me. I am only giving you a scholar advise which is my opinion anyways. Great business is all about high turnovers. Lower income earners in Nigeria should be your target.

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      1. How do you mean?

        In his comment, he said “AS THE nations ECONOMY GETS BETTER, and Innoson’s manufacturing conditions…”

        That is the hope and progressive economic improvement he’s talking about there as a patriotic, broad-minded and positive thinking Nigerian.

        It shall be well with Nigeria, and she shall be great again.

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    3. Brand new car for 2m? You don’t even get foreign used of that price. Compare innoson price to foreign brand new cars a d see the difference.

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    4. Akagbusi Stanley.

      Please make affordable cars that we can buy at least for 3million naira. We will also love to drive a car made by our brother.

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    1. The Fed Govt have long given their support and been patronising Innoson motors.
      What is expected is that, all the State Govts to also show patriotism, not a pocket of them doing so.

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  1. In as much as being an advocate of patronizing Nigerian good,it is safe to say these auto ain’t for an average Nigerian as the prices are way beyong board,perhaps Innoson can partner with local and foreign investors alike alongside government support and patronage in order to crash the high price of the vehicles especially the salon models.

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  2. Innoson is obviously not building cars for Nigerians. His brand with all due respect can not compete with other global brands. His only advantage would have been affordability which sadly isn’t the case

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  3. With N7m, I would rather buy a used 2013 Mercedes Benz e350 than going for the Innosson Fox. They are not comparable !
    Besides, until the official government brand is Innoson, this project will be retarded.

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  4. Well I only positive words for Innoson. Keep up the good work. Your idea is catchy & the vehicles are cool. We are proud of your work & pray that the project/biz experience a breakthrough.

    How do ppl comment about the performance of a vehicle they’ve not used. If you have, Give us an objective feedback with concrete variables.

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  5. If you divide that price 7.8m by the current exchange rate of 360 you get $21,000. And if you multiply that by the old exchange rate of 160 you get about N3.3m which would have made these cars affordable to an average Nigerian. Now you see where these govt have taken us to.

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    1. isaac uchenna onuoha · Edit

      this is a simple mathematics all nija citizens should know about exchange rate.ar u blaming de great innoson or our leaders who makes our economy to be poor.look at GANAH today…1dorllar is =5cedis.so why nigeria.

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  6. Is it not possible to make smaller cars for as low as two million naira. If the mini bus which is a 7-seaterbus can go for less than two million naira,you should be able to produce a 5-seater car for less than two million even if means cutting down on high tech and luxury. Such a car would be affordable to the average Nigerian worker and save us the pain of tokunbo cars that are cars that Americans and Europeans have thrown away because using them is no longer cost effective

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  7. Honestly, am astonished at the level in which the INNOSON motors had attained within a few couple of years. They are really doing a great work . And I believe many Nigerians who stand to criticize him base on his product price rate should by 2040 appreciate him greatly. Out of many here in Africa he stood to cut down Monopoly of “foreign based vehicle and spare parts’ in Africa. I love IVM. Big shout out to IVM

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  8. The brand is really doing great work there. But despite the economic setbacks, I feel he should make affordable cars for the common Nigerian man, something around N2-3M. You know, I bet you, many people will adopt to the innoson motors instead of all these tokumbo cars from outside the country. We know you don’t owe Nigerians any favors but you can encourage us with such prices. Thank you.

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  9. Nice cars nice body work
    But I don’t think the average Nigerian can partake in this blessing …
    I would suggest the company makes a collaboration with banks ,government..so that the cars can be bought on loan
    Like for government workers ..it will be deducted from their salaries..in that way more cars will be sold Nd everybody can enjoy the cars
    Please no offense

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  10. the products are nice really but I thought as made in Africa by the African and for the African the price is not going to be as much as expensive as it is…!

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  11. Innoson manufacturing should please produce the affordable car that the strongly people or the local Nigerians can buy and use for business or TAXI like #1m to #2m.
    God bless Nigeria God bless innoson company.

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  12. Most of you looking for cheap price are indirectly looking for poor quality. When it doesn’t serve you right then you will be pissed. Do you know that ignorant you buy a new car atleast for a year you aren’t supposed to have an major mechanic’s appointment? Southern Nigeria residents love poor quality stuffs too much and it’s affecting us negatively as a country. It’s ok though, I really pray he can grow, God helping he will grow. The Igbo community should make it an achievement worth celebrating to buy an innoson vehicle. Then others will too it’s just a matter of time. Innoson is our brand. Let’s stop using scrap and enjoy good value. Thanks

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  13. I still look forward to affordable made in Nigeria vehicles especially by Innoson. But the prices are really expensive. Wish there were Cars at the range from 1.5 to 3 million and lots of people could rush it.
    Secondly, govt has not made matters any better viz-via high production cost with multiple taxations.
    Alternatively, can Innoson lease cars to Nigerians with a down payment and spread over 5 to 7 years. And if there is need for an upgrade, the car will be reviewed and new price scheduled like it’s done in many parts of the world.
    This will drive down the prices and make these cars more affordable.
    Where will the average civil servant cough out 7 million for a new car?
    It’s really difficult.

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  14. These vehicles are extremely expensive! I’m actually here to check for a saloon car of 3m but to my surprise, I found vehicles I can’t even afford in years to this time. this is totally uncalled for..
    Definitely you should not be in Nigeria cos majority of Nigerians can’t afford your vehicles.. I would rather go for tokunbo vehicle instead of spending such whooping amount on the so called Nigeria made vehicle.

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  15. I believe that’s a quality product, and I love it so much, I’m not borthered about the prize, once the product is okay, we have no issue, some of you talking about the prize have you prized Mercedes production before, you can’t compare Mercedes and Toyota product, I also see this our brother product as Mercedes product, let join hand and do whatever we can do to make sure his car is all over Nigeria, and many other countries.

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  16. Bottom line… Average Nigerian can mostly only afford used cars between the range of 1m and 3m. So as long as nothing changes, Nigeria will remain a minor market for innoson brand.

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