FAW Motors increases prices of its vehicles

Recently Toyota and Pak Suzuki increased prices of its vehicles for 2018 and now Al-Haj FAW has introduced revised increased prices of its vehicles. FAW has increased prices of its vehicles by Rs 50,000 each.

The reason all automakers are increasing the prices is mainly due to Rupee Fall against Dollar. Not just the auto sector, the oil sector also suffered because of the devaluation of Rupee. The fuel prices increased for the month of January, which is highly criticized from commuters and political figures.

The revised prices of FAW vehicles are mentioned below:

 FAW V2 

  • Old Price: PKR 10.69 lac
  • New Price: PKR11.19 lacs

X-PV Standard

  • Old Price: PKR 8.49 lac
  • New Price: PKR 8.99 lac

X-PV Dual AC

  • Old Price: PKR 8.99 lac
  • New Price: PKR 9.49 lac

Carrier Deckless

  • Old Price: PKR 7.29 lac
  • New Price: PKR 7.79 lac

Carrier Flatbed

  • Old Price: PKR 7.39 lac
  • New Price: PKR 7.89 lac

Carrier Standard

  • Old Price: PKR 7.49 lac
  • New Price: PKR 7.99 lac

Pak Suzuki recently increased prices of Mehran VX from 6.79 lac to 6.89 lac, Mehran VXR from 7.32 lac to 7.42 lac, Bolan from 7.54 lac to 7.64 lac, Ravi from 6.72 lac to 7.06 lac, Bolan Cargo from 7.20 lac to 7.30 lac, WagonR VXR from 10.54 lac to 10.74 lac, and WagonR VXL from 10.94 lac to 11. 14 lac.

Read more: Pak Suzuki increases prices of its vehicles

Also recently, Indus Motors Company (IMC) has changed prices of the 1.3 and 1.6 liters Toyota Corolla variants. Toyota changed prices of Toyota Xli from Rs 17,59,000 to Rs 18,19,000, Toyota GLi from Rs 18,89,000 to Rs 19,49,000, Toyota GLi A/T from Rs 19,64,000 to Rs 20,24,000 and Toyota 1.6 Altis from Rs 21,49,000 to Rs 21,99,000.

Now we can soon expect that Honda will also change prices of its vehicles. 2018 has begun and what is given to the people is just increased prices in all markets from oil, fuel to auto market.