Honda Atlas Pakistan revealed in a statement that they have a special offer for doctors who are fighting with COVID-19 at the frontlines. The company announced that doctors will be having 250 liters of free fuel on the purchase of any variant of Honda Civic, Honda BRV, and Honda City.
The current deal by Honda is first come, first served base as they will only entertain the first 100 bookings. Terms and conditions will apply in the offer.
Pakistan remains in bad shape by the coronavirus outbreak and it has drastically affected the auto sector. The official data revealed by the Government of Pakistan shows that a total of 228,473 corona cases have been reported so far in which 4,712 patients expired from coronavirus and 129,830 corona patients recovered.
Zero car sales in April
The Automobile Industry got hit very badly in Pakistan, first due to an increase in vehicle price and now the coronavirus outbreak. The three main manufacturers in Pakistan Honda Atlas, Toyota, and Suzuki fared the worst due to the Covid-19 crisis. Cars industry recorded zero sales in the month of April due to lockdown which was enforced in the whole country. According to the stats revealed by PAMA Honda only sold 263 Civic and City variants in May 2020. As compared to the previous year in May 2019 Company sold 2,564 variants.
Price Hike by Honda Atlas
It is relevant to mention here that the price increase in Honda cars was made back in May 2020 due to the devaluation of the rupee. The adjustment price saw an increase in Rs 120,000. But now the company has again revised and increased the prices of its motorbikes by up to Rs 20,000 from July 1 due to the further devaluation of the Pakistani rupee.
Moreover, Yamaha Motors also notified its dealers of an increase in price of up to Rs 6,000 for its motorbikes.
The auto companies are hopeful of an increase in sales in June and July after the strategy by the government of imposing selective smart lockdown in Covid-19 hotspots and leaving other regions open. Companies also restarted their production plants after agreeing on following the SOPs set by the government of Pakistan.
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