Current Keke Napep Tricycles Prices in Nigeria

Keke Napep Tricycle are means of commercial transportation across the country. This led to the name Keke Marwa, which commercial tricycle is still referred to in every part of Nigeria.

Keke Napep Tricycle is a very lucrative transport business in Nigeria. You can earn an average of ₦10,000 daily running the Keke yourself. And if  you don’t want to be on the wheel yourself, you can employ someone to run it for you and get a daily return.

Another name for Keke Napep is Tricycles, they are also known by many terms in various countries including baby taxi, mototaxi, pigeon, jonnybee, bajaj, chand gari, lapa, tuk-tuk, tum-tum,Keke-napep, Maruwa, 3wheel, pragya, bao-bao, easy bike, and tukxi.

What is the current Keke Napep Tricycles Prices in Nigeria? The average buying price for a fairly used Keke Napep tricycle ranges from ₦200,000 to ₦650,000 depending on brand and usage. If you are financially capable, purchasing a brand new Keke in Nigeria is within the range of ₦800,000 to ₦1,200,000 in the current economical climate.

Current Keke Napep Tricycles Prices in Nigeria

Since the evolution of Keke Napep Tricycles in Nigeria, various brands have introduced different types, classes, prices and sizes of tricycles. While some of these brands have established their authorities in the market, some others are still fighting it hard to be among the best. Unlike motorcycles, there are only a few popular tricycle brands in Nigeria. Let us take a look at some of the popular Keke Napep Tricycles Prices in Nigeria.

  • Bajaj Tricycle

Bajaj is a popular manufacturer of strong and durable bikes and Keke Napep Tricycles. As a matter of fact, the ruggedness and durability of their products are the major reasons for their popularity in the Nigerian market. Bajaj Keke Napep Tricycle is one of the most expensive brand in Nigeria. The price of brand new Bajaj Keke Napep is between ₦800, 000 – ₦1, 200, 000. The fairly used Bajaj is between ₦200, 000 – ₦650, 000.

  • IVM Keke Price

IVM Keke has undergone several road testing to ensure its functionality and reliability and it has been released in the Nigerian and global markets with the selling price at #300,000 (thousand Naira).

  • Piaggio Tricycle

Piaggio tricycles are also quite popular in Nigeria. And what are the most popular for? They are most popular for their efficient and minimal fuel consumption.  Piaggio tricycles price for brand new  is from ₦700, 000 – ₦900, 000. The Piaggio tricycles fairly used price is ₦250, 000 – ₦350, 000.

  • Suzuki Tricycle

Suzuki is the maker of cars, bikes, and apparently, tricycles. Their products are known to be of high quality while being able to handle rough roads with ease. Although Suzuki tricycles could seem to be more expensive than other brands, their products are worth every penny spent on them. Suzuki  price for brand new  is from ₦730, 000 – ₦800, 000.

  • TVS Keke Napep

The TVS rules the road. Its 4 Stroke, electric start, high power engine with extra comfort & good mileage helps the driver earn more for a better life. Truly a “Car on 3 Wheels”. The technical specifications includes:

Engine Type 4 Stroke Single Cylinder Forced
Air – Cooled Spark Ignition Engine
Cubic Capacity 199.26cc
Max Power 6.0KW @ 5000 rpm
Transmission 4 forwards and 1 reverse speed,
constant mesh, fork-and-cam-type
Fuel Tank Capacity 20.6 litres (Water Equivalent)
Kerb Weight 360 kg

Keke Napep Tricycles Prices in Nigeria: The brand new TVS Keke Napep price is ₦750,000 – ₦950, 000. The used Keke Napep price ₦180, 000 – ₦350, 000.

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