Atlas Honda Increase Price Second Time In 20 Days
Atlas Honda has declared that they will be increasing their prices for the second time in the past 20 days. The reason behind this decision is the significant decline in the value of the Pakistani rupee compared to the US dollar. This depreciation had already resulted in a previous hike in bike prices on February 15, 2023.
According to the company’s notification, Honda bike prices will be as follows:
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The Honda CD70 will now cost Rs144,900, an increase of Rs7,000 from the previous price of Rs137,900.
Honda CD 70 Dream
The Honda CD 70 Dream will now cost Rs155,500, an increase of Rs8,600 from the previous price of Rs147,500.
The new price of the Honda Pridor is Rs190,500, an increase of Rs9,000 from the previous price of Rs181,500.
Honda CG 125
The Honda CG 125 will now cost Rs214,900, an increase of Rs9,000 from the previous price of Rs205,900.
Honda CG 125 SE
The Honda CG 125 SE will now cost Rs255,900, an increase of Rs12,000 from the previous price of Rs243,900.
Honda CB 125F
The Honda CB 125F will now cost Rs350,900, an increase of Rs20,000 from the previous price of Rs330,900.
Honda CB 150F
The Honda CB 150F will now cost Rs443,900, an increase of Rs25,000 from the previous price of Rs418,900.
Honda CB 150F SE
The Honda CB 150F SE will now cost Rs447,900, an increase of Rs25,000 from the previous price of Rs422,900.
This is the second price hike within the last 20 days, which has further eroded the purchasing power of the middle class that is already struggling due to inflation. With car and bike prices on the rise, the common person is finding it increasingly difficult to afford their daily means of transportation.