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Honda Bike Prices Increased Again – New Prices Revealed

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The leading automakers in Pakistan Suzuki, Toyota, Honda and Al-Haj FAW increased their car prices for the second time in 2018.

Now Atlas Honda has announced an increase in its bike prices as well. Honda is increasing its bike prices by PKR 500-3000. Honda has increased its bike prices for the second time. Last time it increased it by PKR 500-1000. Last time the company increased the prices of its three bikes Honda CG-125, 100CC Pridor, and Honda CG-125 Deluxe.

Now the Old, New, and Change in Prices of Honda bikes are mentioned below.

Honda CG-125

Old Price: PKR 107,500

New Price: PKR 109,000

Increase in Price: PKR 1500

Honda CG-125 Deluxe

Old Price: PKR 126,500

New Price: PKR 129,500

Increase in Price: PKR 3000

Honda Pridor 100cc

Old Price: PKR 87,000

New Price: PKR 88,000

Increase in Price: PKR 1000

Honda CD-70

Old Price: PKR 63,500

New Price: PKR 64,000

Increase in Price: PKR 500

Honda CD-70 Dream

Old Price: PKR 67,500

New Price: PKR 68,500

Increase in Price: PKR 1000

Honda CB-150F

Old Price: PKR 162,000

New Price: PKR 165,000

Increase in Price: PKR 3000

From today, April 2nd, 2018 the new prices are effective. The reason for the increase in bike price is due to the devaluation of Rupee against the dollar.

Last month Pak Suzuki increased its prices of Suzuki Mehran VX, Suzuki Mehran VXR, Suzuki Ravi, Suzuki Bolan, Suzuki Bolan Cargo, Suzuki Swift NAV-MT, Suzuki Swift NAV-AT, Suzuki Cultus VXR, and Suzuki Wagon R VXL. Similarly, Toyota increased prices of Toyota Corolla XLI, Toyota Corolla GLI MT, Toyota Fortuner, Hilux and Revo models as well.

Read more: Toyota Pakistan increases prices of its cars

Honda also recently increased prices of Honda Civic, Honda City, Honda BR-V, Honda HR-V models.

The rupee devaluation against the dollar has given a setback to Pakistan’s economy but thankfully this time around the government did not increase the petrol prices for April 2018.