Current Price of Toyota RAV4 2010 in Nigeria (May, 2024)

Last updated on August 3rd, 2023 at 12:24 am

The Toyota RAV4 2010 model is one of the top brands of Toyota car manufacturing company which has been excelling in the auto industry. This specific brand has gained the market in most African countries in which Nigeria is among. This is very obvious in the rate at which the parent Toyota brand has ruled the automobile market in few decades now. There are many reasons why a lot of people opt for Toyota RAV4 cars; which is due to their durability, availability and the affordability of these cars. For the purpose of this article, we will take a look at the current price of Toyata RAV4 2010 which makes it affordable.

Toyota RAV4 2010 price in Nigeria

A look at the automobile industry especially in the country, you could see that Toyota brand is very prominent. This could be credited to the fact that the company has been consistent in designing and bringing up new features on their cars. From the various brands of their cars, one could see the reality of this. Also, their cars are known to be strong, durable, reliable and absolutely fashionable automobiles that are very lasting most especially for Nigerian roads. All of these has undoubtedly made Toyota one of the best automobile companies in history.

The Toyota RAV4 2010 is a patronized brand in the country. With its producers known for constantly maintaining and improving this particular brand for a long time, this brand certainly reflects the quality of the firm.  Toyota RAV4 is a good car as it simply gives you everything you might need in a crossover vehicle. This vehicle is very much designed with stylish interior to its enviable exterior which shows a good fabrication of a typical 21st century model of cars.

RAV4 has been liked in the market, just like most other Toyota brands. Just like other Toyota models and brands, RAV4 spare parts are easily accessible and affordable, credit to its consistency and advance in the automobile market. The latest model of the car comes with a flush interior and exquisite design. With this, you can never go wrong in buying this crossover SUV.

Since it release many years ago, latest models has been produced to still maintain the availability of the car. Nevertheless, the Toyota RAV4 is one of the oldest Toyota model, and interestingly, it is still in the market today. With a lot of Nigerians still going for this brand, it is one reason why the RAV4 still remain in the country’s market till date. And for this reason it’s good to write on how much the RAV4 2010 model cost currently.

Without emphasizing much on Toyota RAV4 2010, let’s take a gander at the prices of various models of this car that are available in the Nigerian market.

Current Price of Toyota RAV4 2010 in Nigeria (2024)

Here is a view of how much this brand of Toyota car cost in the country’s market today.

How Much is the Price of Toyota RAV4 2010 Model in Nigeria Today?

With the manufacturer of Toyota RAV4 never running out of thoughts in making new brand and model of this car, there is much to expect from this product. This is complemented with the creation of Toyota RAV4 cars which is still on; hence resulting to the availability of brand new of the most recent model of the car. Where to buy the motor can’t be an issue, because it can be bought legitimately from the producers or worldwide merchants in the country and over the world.

The current price for a brand new Toyota RAV4 2010 model ranges from ₦8 million to ₦6 million, while the tokunbo or fairly used car costs ₦3 million. Note that the cost of clearing this vehicle from abroad is ₦900,000 which incorporate clearance and custom levy among different components which influences the cost of the 2010 Toyota RAV4 in Nigeria.

Prices of Other Toyota RAV4 Models in Nigeria (2024)

Ostensibly, a good number of Nigerians are more patronizing to ‘second-hand’ cars especially the foreign used widely known as tokunbo. This is due to the less cost of these cars compared to the brand new cars. This has made the country to have a huge market for foreign used autos. Actually, the country stands tall as one of the nations with the most noteworthy number of deals of foreign trade-in vehicles in Africa.

The foreign used Toyota RAV4  is a solid, effective and less cost car that most Nigerians have always selected to get. These foreign used adaptation of the vehicle normally fills the same need and nearly a similar quality as the fresh out of the brand new ones. Looking at the costs of different models of Toyota RAV4 in the country, it can be seen that these cars comes in different prices.

The variety in these costs of these cars is because of some certain variables including the currency exchange rate at the time of procurement, clearance and custom tax, the time of creation of the vehicle and other comparable elements.

The list below shows the current costs of foreign used (tokunbo) Toyota RAV4 in Nigeria;

  • Toyota RAV4 2005 – 2008: ₦2.7 million – ₦4.8 million
  • Toyota RAV4 2009 – 2012: ₦4 million – ₦7.5 million
  • Toyota RAV4 2013 – 2017: ₦6.5 million – ₦12 million

The rundown list below shows the current costs of locally used Toyota RAV4 in Nigeria;

  • Toyota RAV4 2005 – 2008: ₦1.5 million – ₦2.5 million naira
  • Toyota RAV4 2009 – 2012: ₦2.8 million – ₦5.5 million naira
  • Toyota RAV4 2013 – 2015: ₦5 million – ₦7 million naira


Toyota RAV4 2010 is a classy crossover SUV that is still making waves in the Nigerian auto market. This car is available in different prices with respect to their quality and usage. There are the original (i.e first hand), the tokunbo, and also the fairly used brands of the car. This article outlined the current price of this Toyota car brand in Nigeria.

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Oluchi Chukwu

Oluchi is a seasoned Information blogger, content developer and the editor of Nigerian Queries. She is a tech enthusiast who loves reading, writing and research

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