Several businesses in Pakistan’s auto sector have announced price increases in recent months. Changan, like nearly every other brand, has announced price rises. New pricing for the Alsvin car and the Oshan X7 SUV were just published by the Chinese automaker.
The corporation has justified the steep price hike by blaming it on the rupee’s continual devaluation against the US dollar, increased freight charges, and rising raw material prices, including operating costs.
The table below displays the price increases that will take effect on May 9th.
|Vehicle Name||New Price||Price Increment|
|Alsvin MT Comfort||Rs. 2,894,000||Rs. 125,000|
|Alsvin DCT Comfort||Rs. 3,149,000||Rs. 125,000|
|Alsvin DCT Lumiere||Rs. 3,344,000||Rs. 125,000|
|Oshan X7 Comfort||Rs. 6,050,000||Rs. 300,000|
|Oshan X7 FutureSenseTM||Rs. 6,350,000||Rs. 400,000|
Changan customers who pay in full by May 9 will receive the car at the previous price, while Alsvin customers who have paid in part will be able to purchase the vehicle at the former price provided they pay the remaining balance by May 16th.
It is important to note that the firm stopped reservations in late April. Despite the second straight price rise, firm authorities claim that reservations are still closed.
Customers who pay in full by May 9 will get the automobile at the prior price, while those who have paid in part will be able to get the car at the old price if they pay the remaining amount by May 16th.
It’s worth noting that the company ceased taking reservations in late April. Despite the second price hike in a row, corporate officials insist that bookings are still closed.