Toyota IMC announces price increase effective from Nov 2018

Following the recent rupee devaluation, one of the local automakers Toyota Indus Motor Company has increased the prices of its vehicle line-up with a great difference.

According to the circular revealing price increase, the difference in new prices for November and December is between 50,000 (lowest) to 175,000 (highest). The company has given different prices for bookings or deliveries that will be made between October and December 2018. And from January onwards, the price structure will change once again.

Furthermore, according to the terms and conditions, the customers who are to get their cars delivered in October, and November 2018 and have made the partial payment at the time of booking will have to pay 50% of increased Retail Sale Price (RSP); however, the new RSP will not be applied to those who have made full payment at the booking time. And for the December bookings, the 50% of the new RSP will be applied to both partial and full payment.

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Moreover, from January 2019, the car prices will be revised once again with a great difference by up to 350,000 rupees (highest).

Given below is the new price list:

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  1. This is stupidity. Once dollar goes up they increase their prices in a heartbeat but once it comes down their prices stay the same. So from january onwards 3m for a grande. Civic will probably reach 3.2m then. What an absolute shitshow.

  2. I want to reach out to all the customers , Who have paid in full for theirs cars and waiting delivery for passed six months and yet not got their cars. and still bullied by Toyota Indus to pay extra due to weaken of Pakistani rupee against dollar . it is highly unethical practice by Toyota to collect full payment and yet asking more money for the car which they (Toyota Indus) cant delivery on time . no where in world this practice is followed . further remember they are getting interest on our money and yet its us having paid the full price waiting for our cars . after all that ,Toyota Indus in still wont commit any thing to you . i have been to their showrooms and i have called their call centre numbers of times but my matter is not heard by top Management . They simply do not care about their customers at all . please come forward against this Gunda Gardi of Toyota and this matter to courts . lets join hands together . please inbox your name and contact details . Many thanks

  3. Chor bazari machi hui ha her kisi na. Why dont people boycott for once. I mean just stop buying new cars, whatever you have keep it. Why is there a need to have an applied for car in garage when the previous one is doing the job just fine?
    Now Suzuki and Honda will follow suite. Rest in peace automotive industry of Pakistan.

  4. Now Baba Rehmatay should come into play and break the IMC price monopoly.

  5. Well, I guess they are teaching a lesson to everyone who is buying 0 meter cars... They didn't force anyone to buy their car... Everyone did that by himself.. And I am sure all complaining people must have signed their agreement during booking which contains all such terms and conditions. All customers agree to those by themselves by their own will... No one is forced.. So, why crying about it now? They shouldn't have done it in the first place to avoid such consequences...!

    Ya boycott ki himmat rkho... ya phir bardasht karo..!

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