Sazgar Engineering, the local partner of Haval, has recently announced a price increase for the Haval H6 vehicles. As of April 11, 2023, the prices of all Haval H6 models have been raised by Rs. 500,000
Haval H6 New Prices
|Haval H6 1.6
|Haval H6 2.0
|Haval H6 HEV
- Haval H6 1.5T: Old Price – Rs. 8,999,000, New Price – Rs. 9,499,000, Price Difference – Rs. 500,000
- Haval H6 2.0T: Old Price – Rs. 10,349,000, New Price – Rs. 10,849,000, Price Difference – Rs. 500,000
- Haval H6 HEV: Old Price – Rs. 11,695,000, New Price – Rs. 12,149,000, Price Difference – Rs. 454,000
The prices of all Haval H6 models have been increased by Rs. 500,000, except for the Haval H6 HEV, which has seen an increase of Rs. 454,000.
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Why The Price of Haval H6 got increased
The reason for the recent increase in the prices of Haval H6 vehicles has not been officially disclosed by Sazgar Engineering, the local partner of Haval. The company has not provided any specific details regarding the cause of the price hike. It is possible that the increase in prices could be due to a rise in production costs, changes in import/export duties, fluctuation in exchange rates, or other factors that could impact the manufacturing and supply chain of the vehicles. However, without an official statement from the company, the exact reason for the price increase remains unclear.
Why cars price increasing rabidly in pakistan
The prices of cars in Pakistan have been increasing for several reasons. One significant factor is the devaluation of the Pakistani currency against foreign currencies, such as the US dollar. Most car manufacturers in Pakistan import parts and components from other countries, which means that they need to pay for these imports in foreign currencies. As the value of the Pakistani rupee falls against foreign currencies, the cost of these imports increases, and car manufacturers pass on these additional costs to consumers in the form of higher prices.
Another reason for the rising prices of cars in Pakistan is the imposition of various taxes and duties by the government. For instance, the government has imposed a Federal Excise Duty (FED) on all vehicles, which increases the overall cost of buying a car. Similarly, high import duties and taxes on luxury vehicles further add to the cost of cars.
Additionally, there is a high demand for cars in Pakistan, and the supply is relatively low. This demand-supply gap has also contributed to the increasing prices of cars in the country. Finally, inflation and economic instability are other factors that can lead to an increase in car prices over time.