Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing introduces IVM-branded tricycles ‘Keke Marwa’ into the Nigerian market, ANAMBRA PEOPLE reports.
Fondly known as Keke Marwa, the three-wheeler has being a source of livelihood for millions of low-earners in Nigerians.
The company is set to slash the price of Keke to ₦300,000 just like they did in motorcycle when they slashed it from ₦300,000 to ₦80,000.
The 5-seater (4-passenger, a driver) joins Innoson lineup of vehicles, including Connect, Caris, G20 Smart, Ikenga, and SUVs like G40 and G80.
In addition to being a source of livelihood for millions of low-earners in Nigerians, the three-wheeler is also the cheapest means of transportation to the common man.
Keke Marwa, seldomly used as Last Mile vehicle, continues to be a favorite for Nigerian users who ply unmotorable roads as well as those who cannot afford taxi or commercial motorcycle fares.