Atlas Honda raised the pricing of its motorcycles by up to Rs30,000 on Tuesday due to the significant depreciation of the Pakistani rupee, growing production expenses, and import restrictions.
The revised prices will go into effect on February 1, 2023.
The price of Pakistan’s most well-known two-wheeler, the CD70, increased by Rs7,400 to Rs128,900 as a result of the hike.
Dealers, on the other hand, report that bikes are being sold for more than the business has set. For example, the CD70’s price might approach Rs132,000.
The price of the Honda CD70 Dream has risen by Rs8,000, to Rs137,900. After a Rs9,000 price rise, the Atlas Honda Pridor is now available for Rs170,900. The price of the CG125 increased by Rs9,000 to reach Rs194,900.
The increased pricing of the CG125S is Rs230,900, a Rs11,400 increase. The CB125F is now available for Rs305,900 instead of Rs219,500. After a Rs30,000 price hike, the CB150F and CB150F (Silver) are now available for Rs383,900 and Rs387,900, respectively.
Pak Suzuki had previously increased the price of its two-wheelers by up to Rs25,000. The new pricing go into effect on February 1st.