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Toyota Corolla Price in Nigeria {All Models}

The price of the Toyota Corolla listed in this write up sell between N1.65 million and N9.00 million in Nigeria.

toyota corolla price in nigeria

But if you’d like to get a new build [of the 2018 model], be prepared to spend between N9.75 million and N13.5 million.

As for new builds of the other older models, getting their new builds is quite impossible. In other words, I can’t provide the prices of things that ain’t even available in the market.

Toyota Corolla Price in Nigeria

You can get a used build of Toyota Corolla in Nigeria within the price range of 1.65 million Naira to 9 million Naira while the new builds sold from 9.75 million Naira up to 13.5 million Naira.

1.) Corolla 2004: N1.65 million – N2.15 million

  • 4-speed automatic Transmission
  • 130 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 125 ft-lbs. @ 4200 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 28 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

As of the time of writing this content, Corolla 2004 is still a car worthwhile of being bought.

The car might have been released since 2004, but when you look at its design, specs and features, you’d see it still has a place in 2020.

As stated above, getting a new build of this car would be impossible.

2.) Corolla 2005: N1.80 million – N2.25 million

  • 4-speed automatic Transmission
  • 130 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 125 ft-lbs. @ 4200 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 29 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

The Corolla 2005 is very similar to the 2004 edition.

Both cars come with similar designs. They also happen to feature similar internal components.

However, while the 2004 edition would deliver a combined MPG of 28 mpg, Corolla 2005 is stated to have combined MPG of 29 mpg.

In other words, a full tank can deliver an extra 13 miles, compared to the 2004 edition.

To become a proud owner of the car, you have to be ready to cough out between N1.80 million and N2.25 million.

And if you wonder if there’s any benefit of choosing the 2005 edition over the 2004 edition, the simple answer is yes.

3.) Corolla 2006: N2.00 million – N2.50 million

  • 4-speed automatic Transmission
  • 126 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 122 ft-lbs. @ 4200 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 29 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

The Corolla 2006 also happens to be similar to 2004 and the 2005.

Corolla 2006 comes with specs and features very similar to those of the two other cars. But that’s not all, this car also happens to feature a design similar to the 2004 and the 2005 edition.

In fact, many people would find it hard telling them apart. However, even though these cars have similar designs, the 2006 has some little advantages, over the 2004 edition and the 2005 edition.

In other words, paying some extra thousands for the 2006 edition wouldn’t a waster of money.

4.) Corolla 2008: N2.15 million – N3.00 million

  • 4-speed automatic Transmission
  • 126 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 122 ft-lbs. @ 4200 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 29 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

The design used for the 2004, 2005, and 2006 editions of the Corolla, also happens to be what was used for the 2008.

Toyota had the intention of introducing a new design with the 2008 edition, but due to some reasons, the manufacturer had to delay the new design.

In other words, the Corolla 2008 features the same design as its immediate predecessors.

The car furthermore has an engine similar to those of its immediate predecessors.

5.) Corolla 2009: N2.50 million – N3.25 million

  • 4-speed automatic Transmission
  • 128 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 132 ft-lbs. @ 4400 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 30 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

The Corolla 2009, as you might have assumed, comes with a different design.

The design is pretty different from the immediate past design, and the design happens to be a very cool design.

While some people say they prefer the older design to the current design, everyone agrees that the new design is pretty nice.

However, the aspect of the design is not the only aspect where the car saw improvements.

Some other impressive improvements were also made to the engine. For instance, the 2009 comes with a 128 horsepower engine, compared to the 126 horsepower of its immediate predecessors.

6.) Corolla 2010: N2.75 million – N3.50 million

  • 4-speed automatic Transmission
  • 128 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 132 ft-lbs. @ 4400 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 29 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

As expected, the Corolla 2010 maintained the new design introduced in the 2009 model of the car.

The 2010 edition also features an engine similar to that of its immediate predecessor.

But there are some noticeable differences, in the aspect of the engine.

For instance, the Corolla 2010 delivers a combined MPG of 29 mpg, compared to the 30 mpg combined MPG of the 2010 edition.

If you’d love to become an owner of this car, be prepared to spend nothing less than N2.75 million, for a good build of the car.

But it’s better to have up to N3.50 million, to make it easier to find a seller.

7.) Corolla 2012: N3.10 million – N4.00 million

  • 4-speed shiftable automatic Transmission
  • 128 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 132 ft-lbs. @ 4400 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 29 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

The Corolla 2012 is another pretty good edition of the car.

The car has design, specs, and features similar to those of the 2010 and the 2011 edition.

However, this doesn’t mean there aren’t differences. There are actually some little improvements made to the Corolla 2012.

And if you have the money for the car, you should feel free to chose it, over to its predecessors. N3.10 million is the minimum amount you should budget for a good and used build of the car.

But to make it easier to find a seller, you should have up to N4.00 million.

8.) Corolla 2013: N3.75 million – N4.50 million

  • 4-speed shiftable automatic Transmission
  • 128 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 132 ft-lbs. @ 4400 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 29 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

The Corolla 2013 is also a pretty cool car. The car features a 4-speed automatic transmission, and its engine is rated at 128 horsepower.

The car, when filled to the brink, can take you as far as 380 miles, before having to refuel. In other words, the car comes with a combined MPG of about 29 mpg, while having a fuel tank of about 13.2 gallons.

9.) Corolla 2018: N7.25 million – N9.00 million

  • New build price: N9.75 million – N13.5 million
  • Continuously variable-speed automatic Transmission
  • 128 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 132 ft-lbs. @ 4400 rpm Torque
  • Double overhead cam [dohc]
  • 31 mpg combined MPG
  • Regular unleaded fuel
  • 1.8L Base engine size
  • Front wheel drive
  • Inline 4 cylinders
  • 13.2 gallons
  • Gas engine
  • 16 valves

The Corolla 2018 is one of the best models to have been made.

Hardly would you find a person who doesn’t find the design of the car to be quite impressive. In fact, the car has been named one of the most successful editions of the car.

The design of the car is however not the only impressive thing about the car, some interesting improvements were also made to the engine of the car.

For instance, the car features an innovative continuously variable-speed automatic transmission.

Final Note

The Toyota Corolla car is a pretty good car but do you think their price in Nigeria is worth it?

This car has stood the test of time. It has consistently been given impressive ratings in the aspect of design and comfort.

And there are a countless number of them out there.

In other words, if you’ve been considering owning a build as well, feel free to buy the car, as it’s a car I’d confidently recommend anyone.

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