Atlas Honda Expected To Increase Bike Prices Twice In A Month

Atlas Honda is one of the oldest and biggest bike manufacturers in Pakistan. It is known for boasting highest sales figures every month. Unfortunately, lately it has developed a reputation for increasing its bike prices at any given opportunity.

Muhammad Hanif Memon, the Editor in Chief of the monthly magazine, Automark, just announced on his Facebook page that Atlas Honda will introduce a second price hike within a month for its bikes.

The following table displays the new prices.

 

Bikes

Current Price (Rs.) Revised Price (Rs.)

Price Increase (Rs.)

CD-70

79,500

81,900

2400

CD-70 Dream

85,500

87,900

2400

Pridor

110,500

113,500

3000

CG-125

131,500

134,500

3000

CG-125 w/Self-Starter

159,500

162,900

3400

CB-125 F

192,500

195,900

3400

CB-150 F

247,500

250,900

3400

 

The last price hike was just announced on January 1, 2021. The prices of the bikes were increased by almost the same amount. What frustrates the consumers is that despite the increase in prices, there is no improvement in the product quality. The only variation is a slight one, that too in the sticker design.

Nonetheless, Honda continues to lead the market by selling its bikes in huge numbers regularly. Enthusiasts demand better quality while the general consumers just want a vehicle to commute from one point to another. So, they want economical prices, which the automakers should keep in mind.

Note: Atlas Honda has not yet confirmed this news, but it is most likely to be true.

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