Honda Pakistan increases prices of its vehicles

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The final nail in the coffin has been struck by Honda Pakistan to its customers in Pakistan. The company following the footsteps of its arch rivals IMC Toyota and Pak Suzuki has increased the prices of its vehicles up to PKR 1,000,000/-. Aside from Toyota and Suzuki Pakistan and now Honda, AL-Haj FAW had also jacked up the rates of its cars. And the reason why these automakers raised the prices, according to them, is a devaluation of Rupee against Dollar.

Below is the list of the revised prices of Honda Cars:

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Honda has not increased the prices of BR-V and its Turbo Civic yet.

Moreover, Honda Pakistan has recently revised the prices of its bikes up to PKR 1000/-. According to the sources, the company is about to launch three new cars this year namely Honda Civic Turbo, Honda City, and a 1200cc Honda Brio.

Share your thoughts regarding this recent price increase by Honda Atlas.

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  • JUTT

    Highway robbery continues unabated.

    Open new car import and remove all duty & taxes.

    A nation of 20 Crore being held hostage in the hands of 3 Japanese/Paki haramkhorz (atlas, indus, PS)

  • JIT

    Pakistani Government is a Government by the crooks for the crooks. No one to protect consumers.

    20 Crore Awaam Gayee Tail Lene

  • Usman Cheema

    Removing the duty and taxes would allow more imports… Imports are the last thing Pakistan needs right now all the import/export deficit is caused by excessive and unnecessary imports… besides Kia Hyundai, Volkswagen Renault are all setting up plants in Pakistan… The monopoly of Honda Toyota and Suzuki is coming to an end..

  • naveed

    Pakistan is irrelevant for the consumer. This is anticompetitive and pakistan should be slapped with sanctions because of this.

  • Sohaib Tahir

    Does it also effect the people who have already submitted their final payment for the delivery?

  • Sleeping

    Dollar leave Pakistan both ways.

    Whether you import cars and pay or whether these 3 looterz make profit and send it back to their headquarters in Japan.

    Best Solution is 3rd way. Let overseas Pakistanis pay for new cars from their overseas accounts and open new car import. No dollar will leave Pakistan and we still will get cheap & good quality imported cars in Pakistan.

  • Saqib

    I personally believe that unlike Toyota and Pak Suzuki, Honda is not a looter. When Swift was at 12.5 lacs, Honda City was at 15.5 lacs. When Suzuki raised their prices to 14 lacs, City price was reduced to 15.25 lacs. The only company in Pakistan which has reduced its prices, which is a record. Now they are increasing prices because Pak Suzuki raised their Cultus and Swift prices to a level where there is only 150,000 difference between Cultus and City (Cultus kidar aur City kidar, no comparison). City has recently been upgraded, so i think price increase is justified. People may disagree with me considering no control of increase in prices by automakers in Pakistan. However, if everyone is increasing prices including FAW, then whats wrong with Honda. Lastly, Honda is the last one to increase its prices, when everyone has already done it. I think being a consumer we should appreciate Honda company for waiting till the end.

  • Equilist

    We shouldn’t appreciate any company, all are there to make profits in a closed/non competitive market, helped by inept administration. However, I have seen a trend at Pakwheels that they correctly bash honda and suzuki but have a soft corner for Toyota. PW blog on the same price increase by IMC was titled something like “IMC ‘forced’ to increase price”. It’s the same all over Pakistan everyone has vested interests and they protect and promote them accordingly.
    By getting rid of favorable bias towards IMC, PW will gain credibility but that may not be good enough to offset any benefits that accompany the aforementioned bias 🙂

  • Fahad Adeel Qazi

    Did you check with Honda ? Do let me know as well what they say ? Thanks

  • Sohaib Tahir

    Yes, Im supposed to pay the increased amount too! :/

  • Fahad Adeel Qazi

    What date you deposited the final payment ? and did you get sms from Honda Atlas ?

  • Alpha_wolf

    please refer Dawn News Paper “all current and new orders with partial payment would be invoiced on new retail prices whereas all orders having delivery due till 31st Dec 2017 and with full payment by the same date would be invoiced at the old retail prices.”
    so, the cut off date is 31st December 2017 iro delivery due date and full payment.
    cheers

  • Fahad Adeel Qazi

    Thanks buddy. Thankfully I deposited full payment on 26th December. 🙂

  • Alpha_wolf

    that’s applicable only if your car delivery was due before 31st Dec 2017

  • ImranN

    There is no law in Pakistan, firstly the booking duration time very long which is 6 months,why they get to half payment? seems like they deposit that payment in bank and earn interest.If Honda or other vendor make 1 brand why not they announce 1 version for all countries?no platform, at least Pakwheel we comment. but we need to legally stop these things.year start they increase payment, how they guaranty they not increase year mid, end???? Import cars also a issue, same like Q or China mobile, the accessories very good, but maintenance and parts issues.

  • Jazib Ali

    Aoa
    I have booked Honda City i-vtec in December 2017, with half payment.
    Please tell whether this price increment will be applicable on me, at the time of recieving and complete payment??
    Reply Soon!

  • Shamshair Khan

    I deposited full payment in early Dec 2017 and delivery is 31 January 2018, today I receive call from Honda dealership that “I have to pay additional 50,000”. I had asked them to sent my any legal document/company notice why I should pay extra as I already paid “relationship contract”.
    how about dears, if all those who have same problem with HONDA, should move to court for legal action against the company it is pure depriving the consumer rights case.
    if your people are agreed with my opinion, just send your particulars name, telephone no etc to my email: khansea@gmail.com
    we will take the matter to Ministry of industry/PM and high/supreme court to fix the issue at once.

  • Kamran Ameer

    I booked honda city on 2 june 2017 and deposited 70 prcent payment.. Delivery was to be made on 30 Dec 2017… To get new model, I waited and deposited remaining payment on 2 Jan 2018… I have received no sms from Company but dealership is now asking me to deposit additional 50,000/-. Having paid 70 prcent of price 6 monhs ago n having paid full payment on Jan 2, am I still need to pay the additional amount??? Plz help me with ur comments

  • Riaz

    I totally agree with you. These companies have the monopoly in Pakistan and even the new shape they have introduced has minor change than the previous model.

  • Mumraiz Ahmed

    This is not a reason that If Cultus is at 15 lac and City cant be at 17 Lac because of City kidhr etc…iF SOMEONE OVERCHARGE THE Price it doesn’t mean that the value of the car also increased. The Over Priced HONDA CARS will definitely loose Sales. rhi bat Cultus ki to if it is expensive with cheap quality they suffer in sales volumes.
    HONDA Is CHEATING. I am seriously thinking to CANCEL THE BOOKING OF MY CAR from honda a looter company.

  • Talha

    Please spare 2mins of your time to read through this.. It might turn out to be something beneficial for us all

    This is utterly nonsense… Companies like Honda are making a fool out of us all and exploiting us… Those who have already made the complete payment before the price increase should not be charged in any humanly way.. It is a norm in automobile sector that those who have made complete payments are exempted from price increase.. and look at Honda… Even those who have already booked the car with partial payment should also not be liable to pay the increased amount I believe. The lame justification given by Honda that it is due to dollar inflation makes no sense.. Phir BRV kiyon sirf 20k mehngi ki hai?? aus keh parts yahan gujranwala mein bantai hain kia??.. Since BRV ki demand itni nai iss lia dollar bhi isey ziada affect nai karta. Civic and city ko dollar sai 150k ka pharak par raha hai.. strange

    Secondly if we have booked our cars in Dec last year, n dollar ab barha hai. Iss ka matlab hai dec sai abhi tak inhoen neh hamari gariyoen keh parts order he nai kia.. They were keeping our money in banks to earn interest instead of ordering and paying for parts of our cars?? Igar kuch process start he nai karna hota toe Honda phir 50% which is huge chunk of total price kiyon laita hai booking keh lia.. they should then only charge a minimal token money of say 300,000 or something. even toyota 5lac sai gari book karta hai…

    First it was 50k and then now another 100,000… 150k in total.. wow… These guys are making us go crazy.. 150k extra he daina tha toe dec mein Own pai nah lai laitai… hum pagal hain jo 6 months sai wait kar rai hain..

    Above all if we want to cancel our bookings we will have to further wait for another 2 months.. Wow roughly around 3million rupees for civic, give it to honda to earn interest for 6 months and you being the owner of that money cant even have it back.. strange world it is..

    anyways the point is, we all have 2 options.. either accept what it is,, or stand out for our rights.. It is either today or never.. All of us who are the victims, I urge you all to speak up.. together we can make a difference which individually we may not.. If even 80% of us tell them to cancel our orders, Honda ko lag patah jaye ga. If u believe in what I am saying, with your support we can sign a petition and later even take these guys to consumer court..

    Lets firstly have a watsapp group.. If you want to speak for ur rights then watsapp me at 0333-5757055 with your name and order date of your car.. I will make a watsapp group where we can all collectively discuss this issue and come up with a unanimous decision.

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