Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited is celebrating its 25 years of production in Pakistan by bringing limited-time deals on all its cars for its loyal customers on this occasion.
According to the details, the Japanese auto manufacturer on completing its 25 years of producing cars in Pakistan has something exciting to offer to all its customers. The company is offering great deals on all its variants in the country. On this occasion, the automaker issued a circular to all its authorized dealerships and expressed their gratitude for their continuous efforts in the success of the car brand in Pakistan. Along with this, the company also announced a special offer for its customers that include several additional features and extension of the warranty period on its products. Honda’s notification to its dealer network is attached below for details:
According to it, the automaker is offering an extended warranty for the 3rd year for free on its Honda Civic 1.5L RS Turbo variant. The 1.8L variants of Honda Civic are being offered with leather seats and extended warranty for the 3rd year for free. Currently, Honda Civic comes with a 2-year or 50,000 km (whichever comes first) warranty period. The other top-selling product of the company i.e. Honda City is also combined with an exclusive offer of a free navigation system in the 1.3L (manual and auto) and 1.5L (manual and auto) variants of the car. The top of the line variant of Honda City i.e. 1.5L Aspire is being offered with a free modulo without trunk spoiler. Honda BR-V is also being offered with an extended warranty for the 3rd year. According to the notification, this is a limited-time offer only applicable from 1st to 30th September 2019. The customers can visit their nearest 3S dealership to avail this offer. HACPL has also requested its dealerships to advertise this offer as much for creating customer awareness.
Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited is a joint venture between Atlas Group of companies Pakistan and the Japanese Honda Motor Company Limited. On the other hand, car sales have dropped significantly in Pakistan due to surging prices owing to the continuous devaluation of the local currency against the US dollar. The government also imposed Federal Excise Duty (FED) on cars which further dented the car sales. Therefore, in these circumstances, the company believes that it’s necessary to maintain its market share and at the same time offering value-added deals to its customers. It’s a good step by Honda Atlas as it would increase the order intake and somehow help in clearing the inventories which have recently been piling up due to the difference in supply and demand.
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