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Mikano Motors to Debut New Auto Brand in Nigeria

Mikano International’s Motors Division, Nigeria’s fastest growing automotive company, has concluded plans to expand its brand portfolio once more, following the recent debut of the Maxus brand. 

Speaking on the yet to be named brand, the General Manager, Mikano Motors, Mr Ralph Haidar hinted that the latest addition will complete and complement the company’s  product lineup, joining Geely, ZNA and Maxus brands.

He said: “Plans are on top gear towards launching the latest brand into the Nigerian market. Though auto enthusiasts have made several educated guesses on the mystery brand, all will be proven or disproven when an official announcement is made.

“In true Mikano style, the new automotive brand shall be introduced in a grand style.”

In a separate development, Mikano Motors is currently running a social media challenge, where participants stand the chance to win a brand-new 2023 luxury SUV.

According to Haidar, all that is required to win is a descriptive and creative expression of a participant’s dream car.

“Going by the subtle hints on promotional material released from Mikano Motors, there are indications that the new auto brand will be arriving with a wide array of models.

“While we wait, we bated breath, we can tell that Mikano Motors is going to storm the market as they did with the Geely brand in the past couple of years,” he added.

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