Honda Atlas Cars Pakistan Limited (HACPL) is under extreme criticism over the built quality of the new Honda City 2021. Customers have started taking to social media and pointing the the poor finish of the 6th Generation Honda City 2021 in Pakistan. The highly anticipated sedan was launched back in July and the vehicle was booked by thousands of customers even before the company unveiled the Honda City 2021 in Pakistan.
It is pertinent to mention that Honda Atlas introduced the older 6th Generation Honda City, which was launched back in 2014 instead of the 7th Generation, which is the latest model being sold globally. The company has already received a lot of flak by customers for launching an older product and calling it the latest 2021 model.
The company has started delivering the 6th Generation Honda City 2021 to customers but these individuals have taken to social media expressing their disappointment in the poor built quality of the Honda City 2021. There are several pictures being circulating on social media showing the flaws in the finishing of the car, including a poor paint job at the back and misaligned body parts with gaps, especially at the rear lights of the vehicle.
It bears mentioning that Honda Civic X suffered the same criticism upon its launch but the company ended up fixing most of the complaints in later batches of the car. It seems to be a common problem with newly launched vehicles but one does not expect something like this from a company like Honda Atlas.
The company has not commented built quality issue of the new Honda City 2021 and there is no telling whether Honda Atlas plans to entertain these complaints by the customers or even resolve these issues in the next batches of the car. Here are some pictures showing the flaws in the built quality of the 6th Generation Honda City 2021 in Pakistan.
Let us know what you think about the built quality of the new Honda City? Do you think that these flaws are acceptable or the company should entertain complaints of these customers? Leave a comment below.