Prices of Power Bikes in Nigeria (2024)

Power bikes are supplanting cars as the preferred mode of logistics for speed in Nigeria. You can easily travel farther and quicker with these bikes. They are quite tough and have little trouble navigating through congested regions. This article will examine the various power motorcycle models and their prices that are offered in the country.


Let’s take a look at what a power bike now costs in the country. It’s important to remember that these prices were calculated under the premise that everything else is equivalent.


The current price of tokunbo power motorcycles in the country currently are as follows:

Brand Name Price Range (₦)
Kawasaki 400cc Power Bike 2014 (Black) 1,500,000 – 3,000,000
Kawasaki 600cc Power Bike 800,000 – 2,000,000
Kawasaki GPZ Power Bike 900,000 – 1,200,000
Yamaha YZF 2011 2,500,000 – 4,500,000
Yamaha R1 Power Bike 680,000 – 1,500,000
Yamaha R6 600cc Power Bike 2005 750,000 – 2,000,000
Yamaha MT-03 2010 660cc Power Bike (White) 600,000 – 1,000,000
Honda 2002 900cc Power Bike 2,000,000 – 3,500,000
Honda CBR 600cc Power Bike 750,000 – 2,100,000
Ducati Monster 700cc Power Bike 2013 2,000,000 – 3,500,000
Harley Davidson 2014 Power Bike 5,200,000 – 7,000,000
BMW S-Series 3,500,000 – 5,500,000
BMW R-Series 800,000 – 2,500,000
Buell XB Series 2009 1,700,000 – 3,500,000
Qasa Qlink Power Bike 420,000 – 1,000,000


Moreover, used power bikes from the country or Nigeria are sold in the country. The current costs for these bikes are as follows:

Brand Name Price Range (₦)
Kawasaki 400cc Power Bike 2014 (Black) 500,000 – 1,000,000
Kawasaki Vulcan 2010 Power Bike (Silver) 850,000 – 2,150,000
Suzuki Gsxr 4000- 600 (Yellow) Manual Power Bike 2002 450,000 – 1,000,000
Sinoki Supra 150 Power Bike 150,000 – 500,000
Haojin Power Bike HJ-150-50 Fabio 150,000 – 500,000
Electric Power Bike 300,000 – 780,000
Suzuki Epicuro Power Bike 180,000 – 520,000
Yamaha YZF-R6 Power Bike (Black) 120,000 – 620,000
Peugeot Power Bike (Blue) 200,000 – 680,000
Honda Power Bike 900cc 2003 180,000 – 580,000


Power bikes are not just dependable, quick, and convenient. However, they can also travel through crowded areas with ease and deliver you to your destination on schedule. This is a great feature of a power bike. Power bikes are far faster than the majority of cars, reaching speeds of up to 300 km/h. However, why do they move so quickly?

The fact that a power bike’s engine only powers two motors is one of the primary causes. Moreover, it is not required to withstand the weight of several items, such as four or five persons, a huge metal roof, an air conditioning unit, or heavy chairs. But there’s more than that. Power motorbikes are also essentially uncontrolled in terms of speed safety.

Furthermore, power motorcycles feature internal 2- to 4-stroke combustion engines. For instance, the most recent Harley Davidson Power Bike is equipped with a 29.5 FT-LB liquid-cooled REVOLUTION XTM V-Twin engine.


You will value some of the benefits of power bikes. Let’s quickly review each one in more depth.

  • Pleasurable experience: You may have heard someone say that some of his most memorable events have been while riding his bike. There are no words to adequately express the excitement and elation of riding a bike, despite the fact that this may sound common.
  • Speed: A power bike is your best option if you need to get there quickly and fulfill a deadline, especially if you are unfamiliar with the traffic situation. On a bike, you can get there quickly by swerving through snarled buses and cars.
  • Efficiency: Power bikes are also incredibly effective because they put in a lot of effort and have great mileage. They are a great substitute for your car because they can go long distances and quickly.
  • Sturdiness: A power bike’s exceptional durability is yet another wonderful attribute. It is made of incredibly durable materials that can withstand a certain amount of pressure while also preventing wear and damage. The majority of the time, they are of high quality and are not cheap.
  • Safety: Riding a motor bike is extremely safe. Although they are created for speed, they are also beautifully balanced. The grips, wheels, and even the sheer size of the chassis make it odd to see a power bike lose its balance. You’ll concur with me when I say that there are very few accidents involving power bikes.
  • Adventure: There aren’t many epic journey-worthy sights or activities in a place like Nigeria. You can get as close to one as is practical by using a power bike.


You should be aware of the disadvantages that power motorcycles bring. To keep you informed, we’ll attempt to list them all.

Even while riding a power bike might be thrilling and exciting, there are some things that you might not like. Here are a few examples:

  • Expensive: Power motorcycles are expensive, sometimes even more so than some cars, which makes sense. When they could spend the same money on two decent cars, some people don’t see the value in spending ₦5,000,000 on a Power Bike.
  • Not Good for Usual Use: Families should not use a motor bike. In particular, families with young children should avoid it. Besides the rider, a bike can only accommodate one more passenger. A power bike cannot accommodate a family of more than two riders.
  • Lack of availability of parts: These days, a number of companies have sprung up that sell power bike replacement parts. But because there are fewer of these shops than we’d want, the parts are also more expensive.


Power bikes are very common due to their high speed on the road. They differ from regular motorcycles in that they come in a range of brands and styles. These exquisitely designed motorcycles are recognized as the supreme bike kind. Their structures, motors, speeds, and sounds demonstrate this.

As was already said, there are many different brands of power bikes on the Nigerian market. Depending on your preferences and, most importantly, your budget, you may be able to purchase your ideal power bike.

Mfonobong Daniel

Daniel is an Editor on Nigerian Infopedia who craves for writing, researching and also watching soccer.

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