Current Power Bike Price In Nigeria 

Power bikes are less popular than they are in the United States. 

Like how many cyclists do you see hitting the gas on a hot day? Almost none. Your options are pretty limited if you are a motorcyclist who wants one for himself.

But we have helped you list Nigeria’s most available brands and power bike prices. 

We also touch on Tokunboh and locally-used options.

 And between all three —brand new, Foreign-Used (Tokunboh), or locally used, which is your best bet? 

So without further ado, let’s jump into the list of power bike price in Nigeria.

Power Bike Price In Nigeria

NOTE that customs fees and tariff or delivery fees could affect the following prices. 

Also, it could be subject to fluctuating currency exchange rates. 

List Of Brand New Power Bike Price In Nigeria

Power Bike Models Price (₦)
Yamaha R6 ₦4 million to ₦5 million
Suzuki GSX-R600 ₦4 million to ₦4.5 million
Kawasaki ZX-6R   ₦4 million to ₦4.2 million
Honda CBR600RR  ₦4 million to ₦5 million

Foreign-Used (Tokunbo) Power Bike Price In Nigeria

Power Bike Models Price (₦)
Yamaha MT-03 2010 660cc Power Bike ₦600,000 to ₦900,000
Yamaha YZF 2011₦2.5 million to ₦3.5 million
2005 Yamaha R6 600cc Power Bike ₦750,000 to ₦1.2 million
Yamaha R1 Power Bike ₦680,000 to ₦900,000
Qasa Qlink Power Bike ₦420,000 to ₦600,000
2009 Buell XB Series₦1.7 million to ₦2.5 million
BMW R-Series   ₦800,000 to ₦1.5 million
BMW S-Series ₦3.5 million to ₦4.5 million
2013 Ducati Monster 700cc Power Bike    ₦2 million to ₦2.5 million
2014 Harley Davidson Power Bike     ₦5.2 million to ₦6 million
Kawasaki GPZ Power Bike ₦800,000 to ₦920,000
Honda 2002 900cc Power Bike ₦2 million to ₦2.5 million
Honda CBR 600cc Power Bike  ₦750,000 to ₦1.1 million
Kawasaki 400cc Power Bike     ₦1.6 million to ₦1.85 million
Kawasaki 600cc Power Bike   ₦700,000 to ₦1.1 million

Power Bike Price in Nigeria (The Locally Fairly Used Models) 

Power Bike Models Price (₦)
Yamaha YZF-R6 Power Bike  ₦120,000 to ₦320,000
2003 Honda Power Bike 900cc     ₦180,000 to ₦480,000
Electric Power Bike  ₦300,000 to ₦480,000
Suzuki Epicuro Power Bike ₦180,000 to ₦320,000
Peugeot Power Bike ₦200,000 to ₦380,000
Haojin Power Bike HJ-150-50 Fabio   ₦150,000 to ₦300,000
Sinoki Supra 150 Power Bike  ₦150,000 to ₦300,000
2002 Suzuki Gsxr 4000- 600 Power Bike   ₦450,000 to ₦700,000
2010 Kawasaki Vulcan Power Bike   ₦850,000 to ₦1.15 million
2014 Kawasaki 400cc Power Bike   ₦500,000 to ₦800,000

Brand New Vs Foreign Used (Tokunboh), Or Locally Used

Before starting this argument, I must admit finding a brand-new power bike in Nigeria is scarce. 

It is one of the reasons most bikers settle for a fairly-use. 

However, the decision comes down to factors like your budget, preference, and bike condition. 

For instance:

1. Budget

You want to look at your pocket before making any purchase. 

If you have little on you, getting a brand-new power bike will strain your budget.

You want to coat your coat according to your cloth. So you either look for an alternative or leave to buy another day. 

A Tokunbo would be the preferred choice, considering it will most likely come in one piece. 

I do not like locally used bikes, but they are the most accessible and affordable.

Unfortunately, we often get complaints of constant repair after a few months of use. It just feels like it is waiting to spoil in your hands. 

But, as I said, it depends on the bike’s condition. 

2. Personally Preference

Keep availability aside; most people love fairly used products —whether it is Tokunbo or locally used —whereas others don’t.

I don’t mind saving half-decade to get my new baby. I know I’m rest assured I won’t be visiting the mechanic anything soon. 

And I love seeing my warranties, period! 

It is a thing of choice. Maybe you got the locally-used model and design that suits your style for a discount. 

I mean, why not? 

You are in for the taking. 

Also, you should consider their resale value. Here is where a well-maintained foreign used bike shines the most, as it may retain its value better than the rest. 

3. The Overall Condition

If it is not in a tip-top shape, trust me, it is not worth a penny. 

Don’t buy into the narrative that you can hit the road again if you can only repair it. 

That is not good business. 

You want a ride that is on point –well-maintained, has low mileage, and has a comprehensive service history. 

This is where the locally-used model is kicked to the curb. 

Tokunbo stands out the most, as they are often available and pocket-friendly. 

But you still need a trusted mechanic to check the condition before purchasing.

Which Bike Has Highest Power?

If you like to hit the gas and speed away, here are the top 10 power bikes you should be considering: 

10. Suzuki Hayabusa GSX-1300R  has 188 horsepower

9. BMW S 1000 RR can go 205 horsepower

8. Kawasaki Ninja ZX-14R jets out 208 horsepower

7. Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade can beast up 215 horsepower

6. Aprilia RSV4 1100 Factory has 217 horsepower

5. Kawasaki Ninja H2/H2 Carbon comes with 228 horsepower

4. Ducati Superleggera V4 comes equipped with 234 horsepower

3. Ducati Panigale V4 R has 240.5 horsepower

2. Kawasaki Ninja H2R  has 326 horsepower

1. MTT 420 RR 

The MTT 420 RR is the undisputed king with an insane 420 horsepower.

In terms of speed and power, you barely find a bike that can beat this. It features a race-inspired design with some CRAZY, cutting-edge engineering.


And lastly, where do you buy your power bike? 

You have only two options: the dealers or online. 

Even the (new) power bikes aren’t a thing yet in the country; there are several dealers. But they are only available in top cities like Lagos, Port Harcourt, etc.

Online vendors seem like the preferable option. It only takes some digging before they get the right deal. 

Websites like Jiji and Olx have a couple of bikes you may like. So go check them out. 


Do your research properly! You don’t want to end up with a stolen or faulty motorcycle.