You would see it standing in the display once the official booking begins.
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That's my point.
I'm insisting that delivery time could be 3 months approx, however, once the booking begins in June it should be there in the showroom display.
Delivery is not the problem but it should be on display
Last I heard according to a rumour was: there are only 4 cars which are in the testing phase. Obviously those can't be sent for display as well. Considering the number of dealerships all across country is 4 X many times.
Architecture is the art of how to waste space
Bhai display ko goli maaro, it should be started getting booked provisionally even without display
Yes atleast they should start it. Garri beshuk baad mai aa jaye. They should atleast how some brochures etc.
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if they hit the 3 mil point than buyer will have other options like Audi A3, Audi is already being very aggressive despite them having heaps of problems from Indus side, unfortunately as apparent in this thread we have this "brand" mentality ... we treat civic's and corolla's like there is nothing in this world apart from these two car's and that's because of the monopoly these two brands have had, hopefully once other players share the playing field prospective will change.
Honda civic 1.5 Turbocharged: 28,075,500Honda civic 1.8 Vti oriel prosmatec: 24,045,500Honda civic 1.8 vti oriel manual: 23,084,500Honda civic 1.8 Manual: 23,011,500
THESE ARE CONFIRMED PRICES FROM VERY BIG SOURCE!
I think you had written an extra zero
my bad thnx for the mistake!
I dont know if there will be any Prosmatic as the only transmission options available are manual / CVT [1.8 NA] or CVT [1.5 Turbo]
Brother my cousin is the Head of sale in Honda Atlas Pakistan so he has texted me that and I copy pasted it here.. Baki Allah kay haath main
But there is no prosmatec anywhere . Neither in US, nor in Thailand or Australia or China.. A manual is planned for 1.5T but it's not yet ready for US. So it's availability anywhere else is still far far away.
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What do you mean by Audi being very aggressive? Is Audi offering discounts etc because last I checked with them their prices were 3.8 and 4.5 mil for the A3.
How is Indus creating problems for Audi?
Indus is creating problems for Honda not Audi
Audi recently signed a MOU and from what I have heard it's about local assembly of A3 and their target price bracket is under 3 mil which will devastate both Honda and Toyota
MOU is nothing solid. VW the parent company of Audi would be more interested in establishing a plant to develop entry level small economical cars. Installing a plant by Audi and selling few thousand cars a year is not a right ROI. A3 will never come below 3 million Mark. Our public needs cars below 2 million and 1 million mark. Means sub compact sedans and hatchback and VW would go for it. If Audi or VW start putting a plant today.. nothing will come out of it before 2022. Currently in Asia, there are plants in China, India and Indonesia and all of them have a big Audi markets or its exported. Please do remember that VW group is passing through a huge financial crisis on it way due to dieasel emission issues.. they are already very tight on their R and D and further expansion of business at this time. MOU stands no value or does not mean a factory will for sure will be established. Hyundai, Kia or Nissan who sold their cars in Pakistan in the past .. if they are still away restating their business.. A German brand is very far away..
I hope and wish all of them come and public should have a big options on their hands but the automotive market is very complicated.
Yeah it's not like people don't know what Civic X looks like
Could it be that we get same 1.8 engine with new shape in prosmatic variant. And 1.5T for turbo. To me this seems quite possible as in this way ROI of atlas would be minimum and would offer 1.5T as well