Lahore July 30 2022: Honda Atlas Limited increases the car prices across all ranges with minimum increase of Rs 785,000 for the lowest variant Honda City 1.2L, as per company's email to clients.
"Keeping in view the massive increase in Forex, shipping cost and raw material cost, it is unavoidable for HACPL to maintain the current Retail prices and we are compelled to pass on the part of the impact to the customers. We have tried our maximum to facilitate our valuable customers in this Price Increase." says the company in a note for justification of increase in car prices.
Honda City Prices
As per the notification, the new prices of Honda City are:
- The new price of Honda City 1.2L Manual is Rs. 4,049,000 compared to previous Rs. 3,264,000, meaning it takes a jump of Rs. 785,000.
- And the second variant Honda City 1.2L CVT will now cost Rs. 4,199,000 instead of Rs. 3,389,000 as its price has been increased by Rs. 810,000.
- The revised price of third variant Honda City 1.5L CVT is Rs. 4,439,000 compared to previous Rs. 3,589,000, meaning it saw an increase of Rs. 850,000.
- Honda City 1.5L Aspire Manual saw an increase of Rs. 880,000 and now it will cost Rs. 4,609,000 against Rs. 3,729,000.
- Honda City 1.5L Aspire CVT also saw a hike of Rs. 900,000 and its new price is Rs. 4,799,000 compared to old price of Rs. 3,899,000.
Honda Civic Prices
As per the company, here are the prices of Honda Civic.
- Honda Civic Standard has seen a jump of Rs. 1,250,000 taking the price to Rs. 6,799,000 against previous rate of Rs. 5,549,000.
- Honda Civic Oriel will now cost Rs. 7,099,000 compared to old rate of Rs. 5,799,000, meaning its price increased by Rs. 1,300,000.
- Honda Civic RS also observed an increase of Rs. 1,450,000, taking the rate to Rs. 8,099,000 against previous price of Rs. 6,649,000.
The revised prices of this car is:
- Honda BR-V CVT S will now cost Rs. 4,249,000 against last price of Rs. 4,249,000, meaning its price has been increased by Rs. 1,050,000.
Honda Atlas increased the car prices a couple of months ago, when its rates went up to Rs. 150,000.