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Atlas Honda increased Prices of Motorbikes For Third Time This Year

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Atlas Honda increased Prices of Motorbikes For Third Time This Year


Atlas Honda has increased prices of its two-wheelers for the third in the past six months. The undisputed leader of the motorcycle market jacked up the prices by Rs 900 to Rs 2,000 which will come into effect immediately.

The organization referred to the ongoing rupee devaluation against the dollar as the purpose for the value climb. The bikes are collected locally, notwithstanding, most parts are foreign and as the rupee's esteem tumbling down, the import charge increments. The organization told that it goes down the expansion in the import bill to the clients. 


As indicated by Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, the organization imported $87 million worth of semi-and totally thumped down packs amid July-April 2017-18. The figure remained at $73 million multi year before that, recording an expansion of 19.5%
A few sources additionally tell that Honda is taking advantage of the situation to make more profits as deals are at their most astounding point ever while the estimation of rupee decayed only a couple of days prior and will take a couple of more weeks to affect the vehicle business. 

Refreshed Prices 

After the value climb, the models will be sold at following costs: 

Disc 70: Rs 64,900. 

Disc Dream: Rs 68,900. 

Pridor: Rs 89,900. 

CB150F: Rs 167,000. 

The organization saw a gigantic increment in deals through the span of most recent multi year. Chart book Honda sold 1.058 million units from July to May of the financial year 2017-18 against a year ago's offers of 888,640 units in a similar day and age. 


A month ago, the organization likewise reported to build the limit of its get together plant to 1.5 million units every year with a $15 million speculation.

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