Atlas Honda to invest $ 200 million to introduce new bikes

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We’ve been time and again contacted by Honda Atlas to correct the names; Honda Atlas makes cars and Atlas Honda makes bikes, so that thing out of the way, Atlas Honda will invest 200 million US $ in Pakistan to introduce new technologically advanced motorcycles.

The new investment plan was revealed in a letter to the Engineering And Development Board (EDB) by the Chairman of Atlas Honda just after our new Finance Minister, Ishaq Dar took the matter in his own hand and cleared all the barriers in front of Yamaha Motorcycle’s investment in Pakistan which had been problems for atleast five years.

The investment will formally be announced later this year by the company and hopefully, we will finally get rid of the 40 years old design CD70 and CG125 and pave way for new motorcycles which India and others have received but not Pakistan.

So far, only the letter made aware of the investment plans to introduce ‘higher models of motorcycle’ and ‘products with new technology’, but the company hasn’t revealed about what motorcycles it may have in plan to be introduced under the new plan.


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  1. Farrukh Khan says

    Hope to see some quality bikes. Atlest they are pushed by yamaha's plane. Moving ia a positive way 🙂

  2. Syed Muhammad Azam says

    Oh finally!
    After so long there are some signs of progress.

  3. Faisal Mohammed Ayub says

    We can only hope for the best… Ab dekhty hyn Oonth (camel) kis karwat bythta hy… 😀

  4. Shahid Raees says


  5. Shoaib Usman says

    hope for the best

  6. Sajjad says

    Swear if they introduced CBR250 I'd buy it the other day!

  7. Danyal Sami says

    Furrukh Saeed

  8. Abdul Basit says

    Wow wow aaaaaahhhhhh finally we will get rid of the old style Hooooooooondaaaaaaaz….

  9. Adnan Khawaja says

    Need Of The Day …

  10. Mohammad Fahad says

    and its gonna be sold for 10 times the price in europe or US !!!

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