Changan Alsvin price is now Rs 3.6m

Is there any automobile company in Pakistan left that has not increased price of its cars?

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Following in the footsteps of Toyota, Honda, and Suzuki, Changan has made the announcement that it will be revising the prices of its entire model lineup. This comes in the wake of a significant devaluation of the Pakistani Rupee in comparison to the United States Dollar as well as increased costs associated with the procurement of raw materials and the transportation of finished goods.

After a price increase of Rs 500,000 across the board for the Alsvin sedan, the 1.3L MT variant is now available for PKR 33.94 lac, the 1.5L DCT variant is now available for PKR 36.49 lac, and the flagship Lumiere model is now available for PKR 38.44 lac. The price of each Karvaan variation has increased by Rs 400,000, with the result that the base variant is now available for PKR 24.69 lac, while the Karvaan Plus is now available for PKR 26.19 lac. The cost of an M9 Sherpa now stands at PKR 21.84 lac after having been subjected to a hike.

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The price of the Oshan X7 has been raised by PKR 13.99 lac, making it the product with the most significant rise overall. After this, the price of the Comfort variation will be PKR 74.49 lakh, while the flagship FutureSense model will be PKR 77.49 lac. Beginning on the 30th of July in 2022, the new prices will be in effect.

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