Advertising

Haval car prices increased

Due to the weakening of the Pakistani Rupee against the US Dollar, Sazgar Engineering Works Limited (SEWL) in Pakistan has announced a considerable price hike for the Haval H6 (USD to PKR).

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

A significant price increase for the Haval H6 has been announced by Sazgar Engineering Works Limited (SEWL) in Pakistan as a result of the Pakistani Rupee’s decline versus the US Dollar (USD to PKR). Details indicate that the business has raised the prices for both SUV models, the H6 2.0 AWD and the H6 1.5 FWD.

Haval H6 1.5 FWD’s price has increased from its previous price of Rs. 6,499,000 to Rs. 7,599,000, an increase of Rs. 1,100,000. Haval H6 2.0 AWD’s price has increased from its previous price of Rs. 7,499,000 to Rs. 8,799,000, an increase of Rs. 1,300,000.

It is important to note that SEWL has already said that the price of the BAIC BJ-40 will climb in Pakistan starting on July 25, 2022, increasing the cost of the car close to Rs. 10 million. However, those who have already paid in full before July 25th, 2022, are not affected by the price rise.

Read more: Top 5 latest SUVs in Pakistan

Car prices increase across the board

Since the Pakistani Rupee has been steadily losing value against the US Dollar (PKR to USD) over the past several weeks, Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) has announced another significant rise in the prices of their cars starting today (1 August 2022). The business announced a hike in prices for all vehicles in Pakistan, including the Alto, Wagon R, Cultus, Bolan, Swift, and Ravi, in a notification.

All new reservations will be made at the new rates as specified by the corporation beginning on August 1, 2022, when the hike in Suzuki car prices in Pakistan would be in effect. It’s important to note that other automakers, like Toyota’s Indus Motor Company and Honda Atlas, have also announced price increases for their models.

It’s important to note that the prices listed above include FED and Sales Tax but not Advance Income Tax. In addition, the business declares that the customer is responsible for paying any government taxes and levies that are in effect at the time of delivery.

Continue reading

Steps taken to secure PMO after audio leaks: Law Minister

Law Minister Azam Tarar addressed press conference in on Thursday saying that steps are being taken to secure PMO after audio leaks.

HBL to counter head on allegations of terror financing in US

Earlier today, Bloomberg reported that Habib Bank Limited (HBL), faces secondary liability in a terror funding case in the United...

Pakistan would rather be bridge between China, US: Bilawal

On Thursday, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari stated that Pakistan wanted to be a "bridge by unifying" the United States and China during a time of geopolitical conflict.