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    Prices Of Honda Cars In Pakistan 2012

  • Honda cars, bikes record high sales

    KARACHI: Thanks to the rising demand for two- and four-wheelers in Pakistan, both car and bike segments of the Atlas Group have been recording high sales in recent months...

    Bike-maker Atlas Honda sold 76,309 units in August alone while car-maker Honda Atlas has so far booked orders for over 18,000 new Civics since its launch in June 2016...

  • Honda raises prices

    KARACHI: Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Ltd on Tuesday raised the price of City by Rs15,000 and Civic by Rs18,000 with immediate effect following a 1 per cent increase in additional duty on imports...

    “The industry had not shared the reduction in cost of production on account of 25pc drop in steel prices in the last one year, followed by yen depreciation against rupee and lowering transportation charges owing to drop in diesel prices,” the...

  • Honda pushes up bike prices

    KARACHI: Atlas Honda Ltd (AHL) on Tuesday increased the price of three models of its motorcycles by Rs500-1,000...

    With an addition of Rs1,000, effective from Jan 1, the Honda CG-125 and CG-125 Delux are now available at Rs107,500 and Rs126,500...

  • Third increase in Honda car prices

    KARACHI: Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan (HACP) on Monday increased prices by Rs30,000-100,000 on various models...

    The company first raised prices in January by Rs50,000-60,000 while second price jump was made in March by Rs20,000-100,000...

  • Honda Atlas jacks up prices

    KARACHI: Honda Atlas Cars Ltd (HACL) on Friday increased the price of various vehicles by Rs260,000- 425,000, effective from Jun 24, due to recent rupee devaluation and negative exchange rate impacts...

    After a jump of Rs400,000, the new prices of Honda Turbo RS and 1...

  • Pakistan returns Indian arrested in 2012

    Lahore: Pakistan authorities returned an Indian prisoner to authorities of India’s Border Security Force (BSF) at the Wagah border crossing on Monday...

    According to an official, Ghulam Qadir had crossed the Line of Control in Kashmir and entered the Pakistan territory illegally in 2012...

  • Honda to invest $100m to raise output

    KARACHI: Atlas Honda Limited (AHL), a joint venture of Atlas Group and Honda Motor Company, will invest $100 million for expansion of its motorcycle operations in Pakistan...

    Out of total investment, around 50 million will be invested directly by Atlas Honda followed by $30 million by Atlas Honda’s associated companies and a further $20 million by the company’s parts suppliers to expand their own respective facilities...

  • Honda bikes selling on black market in Karachi

    KARACHI: Buyers of Honda bike models 70cc and 125cc are being asked for premiums by certain authorised dealers of Karachi for the last two and a half years despite record production by Atlas Honda Limited (AHL)...

    Some authorised showroom owners of Honda at Akbar Road have these bikes on display but are refusing buyers to sell these for cash on spot and are taking at least 15-30 days in delivery to the prospective buyers after...

  • With 150,000 units sold, the Honda Civic seems to have made quite a mark

    The Honda Civic has forever maintained a rather premium prospect for itself against a rather unruly competing vehicle, the Toyota Corolla...

    While one is sporty, the other banks mostly on the fact that its reliability will make sure that you can ford streams and drive through puddles and bumps without causing wear and tear (the high prices of cars does make the driver skeptical of doing that anymore though)...

  • Shell, Total, PSO fuel harms engines: Honda

    ISLAMABAD: The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (Ogra) said on Thursday it would investigate a complaint that fuel suppliers including local units of Shell and Total as well as Pakistan State Oil (PSO) had added manganese to their gasoline...

    Honda Motor Co’s Pakistan subsidiary, Honda Atlas Cars (Pakistan) Ltd, filed the complaint, saying the additive appeared to be damaging engines in its vehicles...

  • Honda complaint fuels confusion

    KARACHI: Auto assemblers and oil industry executives expressed confusion over the complaint filed by Honda Atlas that petrol in Pakistan carries higher-than-recommended levels of manganese additive, which is damaging its engines...

    5L Turbo Civic, blaming ‘low-quality petrol’Honda engines are Euro IV class, meaning their fuel requirements are more refined...

  • Oil companies threaten to move against Honda

    ISLAMABAD: The Oil Compa­nies Advisory Council (OCAC) — a representative body of around a dozen oil marketing companies (OMCs) and refineries — threatened Honda Pakistan on Wednes­day to withdraw its complaint about the alleged sale of low-quality fuel in the market or face legal action...

    But OCAC’s difficulties appeared to have been compounded by question marks raised from within its ranks when one of its key members – Hascol...

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