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So many Nigerian roads are known to be non-motorable. It takes rugged vehicles to be about to ply the roads. This is why many Nigerians go for SUVs, mini-trucks, and vehicles with high ground clearance. Below are 5 Rugged Vehicles suitable for Nigerian roads: Toyota RAV4 The Toyota RAV4 is a compact crossover SUV known on Nigerian roads for its strength, durability & reliability. The RAV4 is also loved for its versatility, from its portable…

SUVs were originally built to enable vehicles to pass over rugged terrain without scraping the underside of the vehicle. They are bigger and taller than normal cars, and also give the driver better views of the road ahead. Due to its size, it can carry more people and loads than a sedan. SUVs are very popular on Nigerian roads. Toyota Highlander, Toyota RAV-4, Honda CR-V, Lexus RX, Acura MDX are some of the most popular…

Purchasing a used car can be tedious and overwhelming, especially when you don’t know what to look out for in the vehicle. However, when buying from the right source, it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are 5 tips that would be helpful for you when buying and testing a used car in Nigeria. Check Paperwork:Always make sure all the paperwork are in order before buying a used car. The car should come with…

Minimal fuel consumption is one of the important factors to consider when purchasing a car especially when you’re a first time buyer or in search of a starter car. As a Nigerian, however, it is inevitable not to consider maintenance costs, repair costs and most importantly fuel-efficiency when buying a car. Saving on fuel is very attractive, of course. As you consider your next move to buying a car, be sure to consider buying fuel-efficient…

In order to keep your new car running at its best, it’s important to keep up with routine car maintenance and inspections. By properly maintaining your car, you’ll reduce future repair costs, optimize your car’s performance, maintain its value and extend its life. Here are some regular maintenance needs to keep in mind for your vehicle. The Engine Oil is essential to your engine. And for most people, changing it every three months or 3,000…

Ifeanyi is 34 years old, earns about 400k as a Brand Manager at Bang Foods. He has been driving his current car for over 5 years. In the past 1 year, his mechanic must have built house on top of the plenty money of fixing one thing after the other. But the car is just tired and want to be left alone. Ifeanyi sees this clean white 2014 Foreign-used Honda Accord for sale on betacar.ng…

We know the difference a reliable car can make in helping people move around with peace of mind. This is why Betacar offers only quality certified Tokunbo cars, however, a lot of Nigerians are not able to afford to pay outrightly for the high-quality car they desire. Get Your Car In Less Than 7 Days with Betacar Financing. With Betacar Financing, you no longer have to compromise on quality. Our car financing option is designed…

Choosing the right car suitable for the road you ply every day is very important. Driving on Nigerian roads can be worrisome yet fun from the bumpy roads to the waterlogged areas and extremely sandy roads. These roads are capable of giving your day a twist of fate. The rainy season is gradually setting in and it’s advisable to prepare yourself adequately with the right car, just so you don’t get stuck in flooded roads,…

Getting your first car? We thought as much. There are a few factors to be considered when purchasing your first car. Here are a few things to look out for when purchasing a car for the first time in Nigeria. Affordability, Durability, Resale value,Frugal gas mileage,Spare parts availability, Where you reside,Brand popularity. You don’t want your car making a total mess of your already very busy schedule, denting huge holes in your pockets or leaving you stranded at…