Honda Atlas has also increased the prices of its cars second time in the year. Previously, Honda Pakistan increased the prices of its cars in the start of January 2018.
|City||1339cc Basic||1339cc Navigation||1500cc Basic
|Civic||Basic||Navigation||Leather Seats||Leather Navigation|
|i-VTEC 1.8 (CVT 6-Speed)||2,499,000||2,573,500||2,558,500||2,633,000|
|i-VTEC 1.8 L (CVT 6-Speed)||2,649,000||2,723,500||2,708,500||2,783,000|
|i-VTEC CVT 6-Speed||2,249,000||2,309,000|
|i-VTEC S CVT 6-Speed||2,349,000||2,361,000|
|i-VTEC (EDT) CVT 7-Speed||4,199,000|
These prices are ex-factory and will be applicable from 1st April 2018.
Update: According to the details available to us, if you have made a full payment of your car by 5th of March 2018, you will not be asked to pay the difference. However, we would advise you to ask your dealership for details if you need to pay the extra amount of not.
Toyota Pakistan increased the prices of its cars only a week or so ago after Indus Motors CEO hinted that the devaluation of Pakistani Rupee along with the increasing taxes on raw materials is making it impossible for the auto assembler to keep offering the vehicles on the current rate. Toyota Indus therefore increased the prices of all its Corolla variants, Hilux models, and the Toyota Fortuner.
It seems Honda Pakistan has the similar view point.
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