Al-Haj Automotive has announced the revised prices for its compact SUV, Proton X70, which follow the debut of locally assembled variants.
The manufacturer increases the price for one model; however, the increase is huge, reaching Rs 860,000.
The following are the new Proton X70 pricing, which are effective immediately:
|Variants||Old Prices (PKR)||Revised Prices for Old Bookings (PKR)||Revised Prices for New Bookings (PKR)||Increase (PKR)|
|Proton X70 Executive AWD||4,590,000||5,300,000||5,400,000||810,000|
|Proton X70 Premium FWD||4,890,000||5,650,000||5,750,000||860,000|
Proton will shortly begin delivering the first batch of locally produced X70 SUVs around the country. It’s a compact SUV that goes up against the Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tucson, and MG HS.
It comes in two versions, both of which include a 1.5-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder petrol engine with 176 horsepower and 255 Nm of torque. The power is sent to the front wheels or all four wheels via the 7-speed DCT automatic transmission (depending on the variant).
A digital instrument cluster, steering wheel controls, a push-start button, power-folding mirrors, a day-night rearview mirror, ventilated front seats, dual-zone climate control, cruise control, and other modern driver assistant tool are all standard on the Proton X70.
However, despite the price increase, the X70 remains a competitive SUV that has the ability to outperform its competitors if Al-Haj Automotive can support the growing demand.
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