Proton Saga price increased

Proton Pakistan has raised prices in the most recent wave. And we're crossing our fingers that prices will remain stable for at least a few more months.

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The cost of Proton automobiles has also increased. Al-Haj Automotive announced the price hike, citing variations in freight costs, the PKR/US parity, and global supply chain disruptions as the causes. The government’s restrictions on Letter of Credit (LC) opening have also made it more difficult to import the necessary number of CKD kits. The firm stated, “Therefore, we are forced to hike the pricing effective August 4, 2022.”

All three Saga variants now cost Rs. 230,000 more thanks to a price increase by Proton. The sedan’s updated prices are listed below.

Proton Saga Standard Manual’s new price has increased from Rs. 2,579,000 to Rs. 2,824,000. This indicates a 245,000 rupee price rise. The price of the Proton Saga Standard Automatic model has increased by Rs. 270,000 to Rs. 2,999,000 from Rs. 2,729,000. Proton Saga Ace Automatic now costs Rs. 3,149,000 instead of Rs. 2,849,000, which was the previous pricing. This implies that the price increased by Rs. 300,000.

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The cost of both X70 models has increased by Rs. 650,000 thanks to the company. The Proton crossover’s revised prices are listed below.

The price of the Proton X70 Premium FWD variant has increased by Rs. 900,000 from its previous rate of Rs. 6,400,000 to Rs. 7,300,000. But those with the earlier reservations will fork over Rs. 7,100,000. The Proton X70 Executive AWD variant now costs Rs. 6,850,000 instead of Rs. 6,050,000. It indicates an increase of Rs. 800,000.

The letter also stated that despite difficulties, the company had acquired enough CKDs.

  • The final automaker to raise prices in the most recent wave is Proton Pakistan. And we do hope that the costs will stay the same for a few months at the very least.

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