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Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by solakotan(m): 5:01pm On Jul 15, 2008
HI NAIRALANDER'S

I observed quite a number of people purchase HONDA Cars -

But nobody talks about Honda Service Centres or Expert Honda Mechanic(s) in Nigeria.

Feel free to add to the list or do we need to Rate them?

1. HONDA PLACE - Rating 7 of 10 (too expansive, na just name, )
    HEAD OFFICE / SHOWROOM
    13A, Adeyemo Alakija/Akin Adesola Street, V/I, Lagos, Nigeria
     01-8525040, 8520004, 8520005, 0803 3264526, 0805 7759889.

2. Honda Solution
Gbagada, lagos

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Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by solakotan(m): 7:17pm On Jul 20, 2008
wey everybody dey,
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by autodoctor: 9:06pm On Nov 23, 2011
Don-Brite Autocare Solutions Ltd

Don-Brite Autocare Solutions Ltd is a high quality auto repair workshop based in Katampe, Abuja with affordable rates.

Don-Brite Autocare Solutions Ltd is a registered company and operates business that delivers the best vehicle repairs service in the area. With a wide range of services, we are your one stop shop for all mechanical repairs and we deliver expert services and fantastic customer care.

Our internationally trained staff have more than 25 years’ experience in the trade. We are highly skilled and fully trained professionals.
With vast knowledge on all makes of cars, we really do know our stuff, and can help you fix any car problems you might be having.

Don-Brite Autocare Solutions offers an honest service and we approach business with integrity. You can rest assured that we will take care of your car at the best price possible. Our rates are extremely competitive.

Our specialties include:

• Advanced level computer diagnostics and programming.
• Mechanical repairs.
• Electrical and electronic components repairs.
• Key programming.
• ECU coding.
• Engine and transmission repairs.
• General Lubrication service and maintenance.
• Body repairs and oven-bake respraying.
• Tyres, Brakes and exhausts.
• Vehicle tracking.
• Vehicle pre-purchase inspections.
• Car sales and importation.

We are never happy until our customers are satisfied with our work. Call in today to meet the team at Don-brite Autocare Solutions and have your vehicle taken care of.

Workshop Address:

Murtala Mohammed Express way behind Tipper Garage, ASO Radio bus stop, Katampe,
Abuja - FCT, Nigeria.

Call 081-22711058 or 081-62907680

We are available from Mondays to Saturdays from 8am to 6pm.

For honest, professional and reliable car repairs and servicing, choose us.

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Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by katsim(m): 8:26pm On May 04, 2012
please where is honda service center,i preffer the one within ikeja
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by damola1: 2:47am On May 05, 2012
I think there's one on Adeniyi Jones.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by katsim(m): 10:27am On May 05, 2012
ok thanks i will check
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by JPWireles: 10:26am On Sep 26, 2012
Can any one help with the address of Honda Place in Gbagada? I need one around Gbagada please.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Weasel(m): 5:02pm On Sep 26, 2012
The Guy in Gbagada has left. Heard he has started a shop at Ajah.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Oritna94(m): 8:18pm On Sep 26, 2012
Hi I stay in the south east, where can I get a reputable Honda service center?
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Ngutor(m): 12:00pm On Sep 29, 2012
Abuja nko?
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Buhari1(m): 12:31am On Jan 12, 2013
You can try these guys called Autobrite. They are the real Honda experts in Abuja. No joke. They repaired my Honda Accord Crosstour after different quack mechanics almost completely damaged the car. You can be rest assured of getting your car fixed because they got all the experience required to fix all Honda models at a reasonable price. They repair all cars but specialise in Japanese models.

Their workshop is located in Katampe Hills near Aso radio abuja.

AUTOBRITE AUTOMOTIVE
KATAMPE HILLS, NEAR MAITAMA ABUJA
08162907680
08122711058
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by kaayee: 6:12am On Mar 02, 2013
pls does any one know a good Honda service centre in Ogun state
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by tee2faith: 8:16pm On Mar 03, 2013
Please does anybody know any other Honda service center in Abuja?

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Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by RajiA(m): 9:54pm On Mar 05, 2013
Buhari-1:
You can try these guys called Autobrite. They are the real Honda experts in Abuja. No joke. They repaired my Honda Accord Crosstour after different quack mechanics almost completely damaged the car. You can be rest assured of getting your car fixed because they got all the experience required to fix all Honda models at a reasonable price. They repair all cars but specialise in Japanese models.

Their workshop is located in Katampe Hills near Aso radio abuja.

AUTOBRITE AUTOMOTIVE
KATAMPE HILLS, NEAR MAITAMA ABUJA
08162907680
08122711058
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by wwwkaycom(m): 10:41pm On Mar 05, 2013
Akure area, any Honda man?
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Notjustright: 8:07am On Apr 30, 2013
Douglas, the guy on Adeniyi Jones is a fraud! To me o I donno about some other guys.
I took my car to him in January for servicing and now-April- the car is showing due for service with code B1 which means a whole lotsa things need to be checked/changed. I requested for Mobil 1 engine oil, and in the 1st week after servicing the oil life dropped to 80% and continued dropping really fast and now finally at 3262 miles, oil life 10% and really embarrassing service due warning popping on the screen every minute.
Unfortunately you don't get to see them when they are WORKING on your car as you will be instructed to sit in the reception.
I decided to share this here cos this is where I found out about him
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Notjustright: 8:08am On Apr 30, 2013
[quote author=damola1]I think there's one on Adeniyi Jones.
Douglas, the guy on Adeniyi Jones is a fraud! To me o I donno about some other guys.
I took my car to him in January for servicing and now-April- the car is showing due for service with code B1 which means a whole lotsa things need to be checked/changed. I requested for Mobil 1 engine oil, and in the 1st week after servicing the oil life dropped to 80% and continued dropping really fast and now finally at 3262 miles, oil life 10% and really embarrassing service due warning popping on the screen every minute.
Unfortunately you don't get to see them when they are WORKING on your car as you will be instructed to sit in the reception.
I decided to share this here cos this is where I found out about him.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by jumpmasta(m): 1:42pm On Apr 30, 2013
Pls any honda specialists in Ilorin?
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by burey: 9:08am On May 01, 2013
In PH, Honda Place at Olu Obansanjo road.But the problem is they don't repair American Spec cars. I don't know their reason though. Went there to fix power steering pump and they told me it's American spec, that they can't work on it. But, one technician(names witheld) secretly told me they do go to pEople's houses to work.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by alexash(m): 1:49pm On Jul 13, 2013
Go to Honda Clinic! DHL Premises!
You have it all with Honda! call Aboki on

08060190484

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Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Nobody: 9:29am On Jan 01, 2014
Please is anyone sure of the Honda place in Ikeja?
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by cuteboy2: 6:39pm On Jan 01, 2014
autodoctor: We are an Abuja based independent car repair and servicing centre and we offer free technical advice to the general public on automotive related issues. We also offer every service you could imagine from a car repair garage, from car servicing, mechanical and electrical diagnostics and repairs, clutch, exhaust and suspension repairs through to ECU fault code reading and diagnostics. We have the latest state of the art tools for diagnostics right up to dealer levels including special tools for carrying out extensive repairs. We also have an international network of vehicle spare parts suppliers and we deliver to your door within a week of ordering.

Whatever it is that you need, we ensure that you recieve an excellent service from all of our staff. We have friendly and courteous staff, who are dedicated to ensuring our customer service standards are of the highest levels at all times. Over the years we have developed an excellent reputation with our clients for the quality of our service, along with our competitive prices.

Call us on 081 62907680 for more info



Accept it or not that neither the roadside mechanic or the ultra-modern service centre are the best options available to any motorist here in Nigeria. To begin with, the roadside mechanic is limited in capacity to work on most modern vehicles that are still original in their composition. The advancement in automotive technology and science always proves a difficult challenge for them as they lack adequate education and training in current automotive technology.

Most cars on the road these days have complex electronics such as micro processors that instruct the functions of components and accesories found in cars. Due to these method of operations, diagnostic equipments had to be invented to enable communication with control units in order to ascertain their well-being and carry out repairs in a safe and economical manner. Most road side mechanics lack the ability to use these equipments talk less of owning even the most basic ones nor the right tools for the job. They would proceed to work on any car even when they havent got the foggest idea on what to do. (Afterall it doesnt cost anything to say to the victim that the car couldnt be fixed).

On the other hand, since comming back to Nigeria after living and working in the UK for over 12 years and where I have an MOT centre and an automotive service and repair centre, I have had a look at a huge number of cars and 4x4s that have defied even the most modern garages in Nigeria from fixing them. It really beggars belief that these major companies rip off hapless Nigerians through heavy sign up fees and very expensive labour charges without doing the job well or if at all solving the problems.

One car I had a look at was a 2008 model Mercedes GL450 with airmatic suspension problems. The car belongs to an ex governor so I dont believe that repair costs was an issue. This car had been to several major companies with this problem only for the wrong diagnosis to be made and the car still leaning on its side. New pump, new valve block, new suspension airbags and God knows what else, but the problem remained. The owner had given up on his pride and joy until after almost six moths of it sitting in another glorified roadside workshop, I was invited to have a look at it. I took it into my workshop and did a detailed analysis and check on the operation of the system only to discover that no one ever noticed a leak on the compressor to valve block pipe. I temporarily mended the pipe so that I could test the car and like a miracle, everything was fine. I then ordered a new pipe from the United tates and replaced the mended one and fingers crossed, its getting to 8 months now and no complain yet.

How dumb could these mechanics be not notice a simple hiss?

Bottom line is dont surrender your car to anyone who is not competent enough to fix it. How do you know this?, Ask them as many questions as you can on what may be the problem and judge from their explanations if they know what they are talking about.

Good luck.

@Autodoctor please do you have experience with flooded cars?
I created a thread on this subject, please post your experience or technical opinion here or in that thread.

https://www.nairaland.com/1576621/flooded-cars-redeemable-what-experience

Thanks
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by benumukoro: 4:01pm On Aug 01, 2014
Pls can anyone help me with I can service my 2006 saturn vue car. pls very urgent
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Spykid101: 10:45am On Jul 02, 2016
Please i need a good mechanic that can work on my Honda Baby Boy V6 engine with double exhaust. I want to service the gear as i do not feel very comfortable with the transmission and there are some sounds on the leg(s) i need to check out. Kindly assist with a reliable mech's number in Ikeja/mainland axis.

Thanks.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by ukata16(m): 11:37am On Jul 02, 2016
Try @Gazzuzz ...+2348033910382 BlackBerry PIN 2BE77AF2 vehicle repairs, consultancy scanning and diagnosis. WORKSHOP ADDRESS,NO 3 AWE STR OFF ALH HARUNA RD, HARUNA BUSTOP COLLEGE ROAD, IFAKO,LAGOS
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by disloman(m): 9:16pm On Jul 02, 2016
We are at your service THE HONDA MAN 3 Tiamiyu street Junction bustop Ajao estate Oshodi.Tel:08080462050 09035636567 .Our works speak.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by sooperrescue(m): 1:41am On Jul 03, 2016
Notjustright:
Douglas, the guy on Adeniyi Jones is a fraud! To me o I donno about some other guys.
I took my car to him in January for servicing and now-April- the car is showing due for service with code B1 which means a whole lotsa things need to be checked/changed. I requested for Mobil 1 engine oil, and in the 1st week after servicing the oil life dropped to 80% and continued dropping really fast and now finally at 3262 miles, oil life 10% and really embarrassing service due warning popping on the screen every minute.
Unfortunately you don't get to see them when they are WORKING on your car as you will be instructed to sit in the reception.
I decided to share this here cos this is where I found out about him
That is not fraud, it is the oil that you are using. I had the same scenario with a client that bought a brand new cross tour. The first service, we used Oando syn, less than 1000mls and within a month, oil service light was 10%. Angrily he came back with mobil 1. We changed the oil and a month later, same 10%. This time he was boiling but because he was alway there when we changed the oil, he could not say much. I noe checked the oil spec written on the oil chamber cover and it was written, 5w20. We then used castrol 5w 20 and over a month now, he has not called or returned with a complaint. I suggest that you follow the manufacturer's specification.

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Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by Donben33(f): 3:59pm On Aug 15, 2016
I have been using Autobrite in Katampe, Abuja as my mechanics for the past 3 years and they are very good with diagnostics and repairs and have not yet had any reason to complain. They are also very professional and honest with their rates. Try them. 08122711058.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by meksfem(m): 9:26am On Aug 22, 2016
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they are professionally good and affordable
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Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by uch72: 7:36am On Sep 04, 2017
Pls, am having a fuel consumption challenge with my Honda accord 2003. It seems to me it consumes alot. I cover just 60km with 10L of fuel. Is that not too much. Need some advice on how to remedy it.
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by mayor2013: 7:43am On Sep 04, 2017
uch72:
Pls, am having a fuel consumption challenge with my Honda accord 2003. It seems to me it consumes alot. I cover just 60km with 10L of fuel. Is that not too much. Need some advice on how to remedy it.

If your check engine light is on. You need to run a diagnostic scan to ascertain the cause of the high fuel consumption. Also I hope your cooling fans are not running directly?
Re: Honda Service Centres/Workshops In Nigeria by uch72: 11:18am On Sep 04, 2017
Mayor nice hearing from you, what I see is ment.req not check engine. I don't no what you mean by fan running directly, I guess my fan come up when ever I start the car and stops when I off it.

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