Nope. What it all boils down to is lack of competition and collusion of existing players since they are all Japanese in origin aided by JICA, the Japanese embassy in Pakistan and bribe-hungry bureaucrats in government. Unethical behavior from dealerships (who encourage immediate delivery + own money over normal booking process) also is a major factor. The customer also has a huge share in this blame game. Do we need to go any further than cite the example of Civic X and Atlas shenanigans from start to finish?
Resale is primarily due to economic conditions and basic supply and demand. A skilled person having a particular qualification earning EUR 65,000+ annual salary abroad, with excess money on hand to spend compared to same person earning PKR 1 Million (approximately EUR 8,000-12,000) annually in Pakistan can easily buy something costing US$25,000 abroad (30% of annual salary) and not be as concerned about depreciation, etc. The same person in Pakistan would be buying stripped down junk for PKR2.8 Million (280% of annual salary). 30% vs 280% is just to give an idea of the wide chasm between earning and spending trends locally and abroad. About 4 months of salary abroad vs 34 months salary locally. Leasing at low rates abroad vs highway robbery by banks in Pakistan also serves to augment that chasm.
Unless a coordinated mechanism is used to deal with these issues which would ultimately lead to the larger economic reforms, nothing will change. Anything costing significantly above your earning will remain an investment and command resale. Simple as that.