Honda Pakistan Increases There Bikes 4th Time
Atlas Honda Ltd (AHL) has increased the price of bikes fourth time in the face of declining sales since May and the suspension of bike registrations.

The organization has thought of an expansion in costs by Rs .400-Rs. 4000 on various models. Purportedly, the new cost will produce results from Oct 3. The organization has not unveiled the purpose for the raised costs. 

The organization had expanded the costs three times previously, first in January by Rs.500-1000, at that point in April by Rs.500-3000, lastly in August by Rs.600-5000. Eminently, Honda had accomplished record deals in April. In any case, from that point forward, the organization is seeing a descending pattern. 

In June, the organization’s business declined to 91,507 units. While in July, they additionally diminished to 90,009. August likewise did not look good for the organization and its deals additionally went down to 80,012 units in August. Despite what might be expected, the July-August deals in a year ago added up to 187,249 units.

Models New Price Old Price
CD 70cc Rs. 65,900 Rs. 64,900
CD Dream Rs. 69,900 Rs. 68,900
Pridor Rs. 91,400 Rs. 89,900
CB 150F Rs. 1,76,000 Rs. 1,67,000

Chairman Association of Pakistan Motorcycle Assemblers, Mohammad Sabir Sheikh stated that bike registrations of all assemblers at Excise and Taxation Department, Sindh stopped on Oct 1st.
He told that the production certificate issued by the Engineering Department Board (EDB) expires every 3oth of September. The assemblers file their applications with EDB for certificate renewal and receive it back by the last week of September. It is then forwarded to the Excise Department.

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