Honda Atlas 2020 price revision – price of all cars revised

It’s the first month of the new year and like everyone else, Honda Atlas has increased the price for all cars in the start of 2020. Honda Atlas 2020 price revision affects all cars.

Honda Atlas 2020 price revision increase city civic br-v
Honda Civic RS Turbo.

A notification issued by Honda Atlas shows the price increases although there is no mention of why these prices are being revised.

Read more: Hyundai Nishat Motor starts production of their truck.

Read more: Toyota Corolla price increase and new Fortuner variant.

Honda Atlas 2020 price revision:

ModelsCurrent PriceNew PricesIncrease
Civic Turbo RS4,399,0004,479,00080,000
Civic 1.8 VTI SR CVT3,749,0003,779,00030,000
Civic 1.8 VTI CVT3,499,0003,549,00050,000
City 1.3L MT2,309,0002,329,00020,000
City 1.3L AT2,489,0002,509,00020,000
City 1.5L MT2,369,0002,389,00020,000
City 1.5L AT2,539,0002,559,00020,000
City 1.5L Aspire MT2,539,0002,559,00020,000
City 1.5L Aspire AT2,699,0002,719,00020,000
BR-V MT2,899,0002,999,000100,000
BR-V CVT3,099,0003,149,00050,000
BR-V S CVT3,249,0003,299,00050,000
Honda Atlas 2020 price revision increase city civic br-v
Honda Atlas notification for price increase.

The notification shows all Honda City variants being affected by a price increase of Rs. 20,000.

The Honda Civic Turbo RS is being given a price revision with an increase of Rs. 80,000 where as the 1.8L VTI CVT price is being increased by Rs. 50,000 and 1.8L VTI SR CVT price is being increased by Rs. 30,000.

Read more: Toyota to introduce Altis X in Pakistan.

Honda BR-V is getting the biggest increase in price with up to Rs. 100,000 for the Manual Transmission model where as the CVT and S CVT are getting a price hike of Rs. 50,000.

The price increase will be effective starting 15 January, 2020 for new orders. Although according to the notification existing back orders as on 7th January, 2020 can be delivered on current price, if full payment is made till 31 January, 2020.

Read more: Elon Musk says Tesla will address complaints of a customer who was denied refund.

Read more: Hyundai Nishat Motor starts production of their truck.

Follow INCPAK on Facebook / Twitter Instagram for updates.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button
Close

Adblock Detected

ایڈ بلاکر بند کرو