Honda Atlas, like its counterpart Indus Motor Company, announced a price hike for the second time in less than two months, increasing ex-factory prices up to Rs170,000, claiming rupee devaluation as the cause for transferring the burden to the consumers.

The ‘latest generation’ of Honda city in Pakistan is now priced at Rs3,264,000 after getting a hike of Rs135,000. Aspire 1.5 variants of Honda city witnessed a hike of nearly Rs150,000 in their previous rate.

Meanwhile, Civic prices increased by Rs150,000 across all three variants: the Civic 1.5L CVT, Civic 1.5L Oriel M CVT, and Civic RS 1.5L CVT. The top variant of Honda civic RS 1.5 LL CVT from May 1 will be offered at a price of Rs6,649,000 which was previously sold at Rs6,499,000.


Honda’s MPV, the BRV, is now priced at Rs4,249,000 after a price increase of Rs170,000. BRV was earlier sold at Rs4,079,000.

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Also, these prices are exclusive of freight charges and any government tax applicable at the time of delivery that will be paid by the consumer.