Honda Atlas Cars Private Limited has increased prices for for its cars following the hike in dollar price against the rupee. The increase in Honda Atlas prices of up to Rs. 120,000 affects all models of Civic, City and BRV variants with the new prices going into effect from 5 May 2020.
The price increase Honda Atlas affects Honda Civic the most with a price increase from Rs. 100,000 for the cheapest model where as high end model has seen an increase all the way up to Rs. 120,000. The Honda City has seen a minimum price increase of Rs. 60,000 all the way up to Rs. 70,000 for the 1.5 litre variants. The price of Honda BR-V has been seen an increase from Rs. 80,000 for the base variant to Rs. 100,000 for the top end variant.
Honda Atlas Prices [May 2020]
|Models||Current Prices (PKR)||New Prices (PKR)||Increase (PKR)|
|Civic 1.5L Turbo RS||4,479,000||4,599,000||120,000|
|Civic 1.5L Turbo Oriel||4,249,000||4,349,000||120,000|
|Civic 1.8L VTI SR SVT||3,779,000||3,899,000||120,000|
|Civic 1.8L VTI CVT||3,549,000||3,649,000||100,000|
|City 1.3L MT||2,329,000||2,389,000||60,000|
|City 1.3L AT||2,509,000||2,574,000||65,000|
|City 1.5L MT||2,389,000||2,459,000||70,000|
|City 1.5L AT||2,559,000||2,629,000||70,000|
|City 1.5L Aspire MT||2,559,000||2,629,000||70,000|
|City 1.5L Aspire AT||2,719,000||2,789,000||70,000|
|BR-V S CVT||3,299,000||3,399,000||100,000|
However, the following terms and conditions are to be noted:
- New RSP is applicable on all Bookings received from 23rd April 2020 and onwards.
- Current RSP will be applicable on backorder with full Payment as on 22 April 2020.
- Backorder as on 22 April 2020 with Partial Payment will be Delivered on New Price.
- Consginee stock available at dealerships can be invoiced on Current Price till 9 May 2020.
- The above mentioned are ex-factory prices exclusive of withholding, freight and insurance.
Honda Atlas also recently shut down its production plant due to to COVID-19 until further notice following the government directives and to ensure the safety of their employees and customers.
Other car manufacturers have also done the same Including Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) speaking of which, they also recently raised prices for all their vehicles after the dollar price hike.