Prince to roll out its first CKD unit of Pearl on 19th December

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Prince is ready to roll out the first CKD unit of its most anticipated hatchback Pearl on 19th December 2019 at a roll-out ceremony in their manufacturing plant.

According to the details, one of the most awaited hatchbacks of 2019 will be rolling out from the manufacturing plant of Prince. For the past year, there is a lot of anticipation for Prince Pearl as the consumers look forward to another budget segment car. Last year, United Bravo was introduced in the local market as a direct competitor of decade-old Suzuki Mehran. Pak Suzuki then discontinued Mehran during the first half of 2019 and replaced it with the all-new 660 cc Alto. Prince Pearl will now be the third hatchback of this category, thus increasing the choice for the consumers. The price of Prince Pearl is expected to be around Rs.1 million.

Prince Pearl has a naturally aspirated 800 cc engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. As per the company’s claim, it’s a fuel-efficient hatchback that will offer up to 18 km per liter. Moreover, the hatchback would be packed with several futuristic features, including:

Prince Pearl Features and Specification:

  • Power windows
  • Power steering
  • Digital instrument cluster
  • Premium wooden/silver trim interior
  • A 5.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system
  • Bluetooth and SD card connectivity
  • Screen mirroring feature
  • Air conditioning system
  • Centre armrest
  • Storage compartments and cup holders
  • Fabric seats
  • Driver and passenger airbags (optional)
  • Chrome inner door handles
  • Dual rear-seat headrests
  • Seat belts (front + rear)
  • Spare tire
  • Daytime running lights (DRL’s)
  • 13-inch alloy rims
  • Body-colored side mirrors with integrated turn signals
  • Rear bumper reflectors
  • Body-colored outside door handles

Prince Pearl Interior PakWheels

Nonetheless, it will be a welcome addition to the entry-level segment cars in Pakistan. Prince Pearl will be a direct competitor of United Bravo and Suzuki Alto in the local sector.

Prince Pearl Exterior PakWheels

What are your expectations regarding the price of Prince Pearl? Let us know in your feedback and stay tuned to PakWheels Blog for more automobile-related updates.

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  1. gook hook says

    Looks beautiful. We should honestly promote this brand to land internationally.

  2. Rehan Farooqi says

    hope price of this vehicle will around 8.5 to 9 lacks

  3. Anis Khan says

    Should Have been in Auto Gear , But yet it is still Manual …!!!!

  4. Zubair Rajput says

    I read 4-speed manual and then all other specs are irrelevant to me. Why don’t these company realize that middle class is craving for a reasonable automatic transmission around 1 million. First FAW, then Bravo and now this Price.. They must introduce auto trans if they want to compete with the big three.

  5. Ghulamullah Qazi says

    Thnaks PakWheels to Share Such Great News Infact I was Very Awaited for this Prince.
    I wish DFSK will Full fill the Expectations will maintain the Standard,Reliability and beat the Big Three

  6. Mahboob says

    Its price should be around 9 lacs… More than 10 lacs is unacceptable…

  7. Ghulamullah Qazi says

    Brother Although Mehran Car Is no more in Manufacturing but if you Buy 2018 Model it will cost you above 9 lacs so in this prospective PrincePearl is far better than Mehran with Many Functions. it will be very impressive if they offer upto 9 Lac

  8. Iqbal Malik says


  9. gada Hussain sayed says

    TATA nano is sold at below 2 lacs in India .what is harm in providing such vehicles.Prince pearl is fuel driven up to 18 KM PER LITER. the middle class peoples like nano like vehicles and not to purchase and maintain a 1 million casting vehicle plus the maintenance cost.
    The majority is up TO 80% percent population of middle class in pakistan.and the quality like Meehan car is not acceptable as what is the specification for accidents survival ? this part of information is still to be cleared/tested.

  10. Ghulamullah Qazi says

    Indian 2 Lacs is equal to Pak Rupees 394000 and, and price of vehicles is depend upon Govt Policies

  11. Tahir says

    The Tata Nano has been discontinued already and no more on sale, besides there was no market for such cheap cars in India and hence it never sold in good numbers. Also Nano was very cheap inside out, with very bad interior and build quality. According to Indian media nobody liked it or Bought and as nobody required such cheap car, and the version costing below inr 2 lacs did not even have AC or power steering which the prince pearl offer so overall I think this is a much better car in almost every way.Also Nano was targeted at motorcycle buyers and not car buyers whereas this is for entry level car buyers.

  12. Qasim Farooqi says

    It’s time of electric vehicles. The world has changed and electric vehicle is more convenient and easy than fuel base.

  13. Qasim Farooqi says

    It’s time of electric vehicles

  14. Jamil says

    Bhai mere! mehran z a very popular Suzuki (Japanese) brand. People in Pakistan r “Lakeer ke Faqir”, like Nokia fleeced people for so long. Brand z status symbol. If Chinese brands hope to compete, they need to keep profit margins very low, strong after sales support and spare/backup network. Localization will help in great deal. Rapport/ perception z very important

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