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XYZ2 by tolajay: 2:19pm On Dec 20, 2020
I have a budget of 1.5m I'm contemplating buying a Nigerian used Honda CR-V (2007-2010) or Tokunbo Honda Accord (2007 -2010) or Nigerian Used Toyota Corolla 2008-2010.

It'd be my first ride. I really won't like car wahala if I buy a Nigerian use.

Would you advise I go for the Toks Accord or Naija CRV.

Thanks
Re: XYZ2 by Kingdemu: 3:00pm On Dec 20, 2020
Get the Toks and save yourself the heartache
Re: XYZ2 by TPound(m): 5:15pm On Dec 20, 2020
Kingdemu:
Get the Toks and save yourself the heartache

The way Nigerians stereotype toks cars surprises and shocks me.

You think if you buys a toks,it will serve you like brand new?
Bruh...
Some toks are worst nightmares than some Nigerian used

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Re: XYZ2 by MrFinbarr(m): 7:01pm On Dec 20, 2020
1.5m won't even get you Toks Honda Accord.
Re: XYZ2 by 2cribz: 8:28pm On Dec 20, 2020
1.5m camry 06, honda dc,e.o.d, mazda 3,avensis,
Re: XYZ2 by MASTAkiLLAh(m): 9:40am On Dec 21, 2020
Crv if its in good condition. Get gazzuzz for inspection before purchase. Strong car, not a thieves magnet, high ground clearance, easily available spare parts , can easily fit into work or pleasure mode, good for long distance driving and surprisingly fast plus not a thieves magnet

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Re: XYZ2 by Kingdemu: 11:18am On Dec 21, 2020
TPound:


The way Nigerians stereotype toks cars surprises and shocks me.

You think if you buys a toks,it will serve you like brand new?
Bruh...
Some toks are worst nightmares than some Nigerian used
No, it is the typically abused and highly kazeemized Nigerian used car that has been consuming 20w50 that will serve him as a brand new. We all know 70% Nigerian used cars are moving corpses. And 95% of Nigerians sell out their cars because of severe issues they can cope with.

OP do not go for the Nigerian used car this man wants to sell to you. Buy Toks and you'll have less repairs to face. You'll have the advantage of knowing the car history and an idea of what to face.

Do not take advise from used car dealers.

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Re: XYZ2 by TPound(m): 6:46pm On Dec 21, 2020
Kingdemu:
No, it is the typically abused and highly kazeemized Nigerian used car that has been consuming 20w50 that will serve him as a brand new. We all know 80% Nigerian used cars are moving corpses.

OP do not go for the Nigerian used car this man wants to sell to you. Buy Toks and you'll have less repairs to face.

Do not take advise from used car dealers.

Hello...

I'm not asking him to buy a car from me. My profile speaks for me... I'm just speaking my mind...

I currently use a car that was brought into the country in 2007... 13 years old in Nigeria yet all parts except from the transmission which I bought my self was factory fitted... Man only uses the car once in a year
Re: XYZ2 by DAVE5(m): 7:05pm On Dec 21, 2020
TPound:


The way Nigerians stereotype toks cars surprises and shocks me.

You think if you buys a toks,it will serve you like brand new?
Bruh...
Some toks are worst nightmares than some Nigerian used

Given the op’s budget, toks is the way to go, 1.5 won’t find any brand new car anywhere on planet earth, generally toks are better than Nigerian used cars from my experience except you buy faulty, damaged, accidented or flood toks

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