Although Nigeria may have recorded a milestone in unveiling the first locally assembled electric car, the innovation may be stalled by infrastructural constraints.
Automobile firm encourages car owners on aftersales
Honda is partnering with Providence Hotel and Enyo, Retail and Supply Limited, an indigenous oil and gas marketing company, Enyo in its new ‘Enjoy Unlimited-Luxury’ promo. Speaking before the signing of the agreement, the Sales and Marketing Manager, Honda Automobile Western Africa Limited, Remi Adams, said: “Once a Honda Pilot is bought at the cost…
Emgrand X7 Sport is coming
As an exclusive Partner of Geely Automotive in Nigeria, Mikano International Limited is excited to introduce the BOLD but GRACEFUL Geely Emgrand X7 Sport to Nigeria this November. As the pioneering work under the guidance of Geely Automobile’s SUV strategy, Emgrand X7 Sport is the best-selling model among its SUV product portfolio in the past…
Firm targets five million jobs through partnership with tricycle riders
Manufacturer of three-wheeler tricycle, Stallion Auto Keke Limited, has disclosed plans to create employment opportunities for five million Nigerians through its long-term partnership with tricycle riders.
Pickmeup woos Nigerian car-hailing drivers with high compensation model
While the relationship between foreign ride hailing companies and drivers in Nigeria is deteriorating, an indigenous company, Pickmeup...
‘Used car constitutes 95 per cent of Nigeria’s auto market’
An automotive expert, Ganguly Soumobroto, has said that the purchasing power of Nigerians in acquiring new vehicles is low due to economic challenges facing the country, disclosing that the used car segment constitutes 95 percent of the market.
National automotive policy still under review, a year after
The National Automotive Industry Development Plan (NAIDP), currently undergoing review by the present administration has continued to attract mixed reactions.
COVID-19 reduces new-vehicle sales in Africa, says auto manufacturers
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on new-vehicle sales in Africa, which are expected to drop from 1.16-million units in 2019, to a current forecast of 830 000 units this year, the African Association of Automotive Manufacturers (AAAM) has said. According to AAAM, this is a 28 per cent reduction, which is quite significant. However,…
How government can achieve auto gas for Nigerians, by experts
The decision by the federal government to promote autogas for transportation has continued to gain reaction as stakeholders worry if the government can meet the growing demands of vehicles in the country.
Lagos-Ibadan standard rail: Between CCECC’s pace and NRC’s readiness
Despite the delay that marred the completion of the Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge project, the China Civil Engineering and Construction Corporation (CCECC) said it has completed the laying of the double tracks of the Lagos-Ibadan...