A COMPARISON: Car Prices in January 2021 vs December 2021 in Pakistan

Here is a detailed car price comparison between January 2021 and December 2021 to see how much the prices have gone up!

During the year 2021, car prices have seen an upward trajectory. Although the federal government reduced the Federal Excise Duty (FED) and General Sales Tax (GST) on all vehicles under the new Auto Policy, the prices increased again during last month.

Possible reasons for this increase in car prices include the fluctuating US dollar rate, Covid-19 restrictions, increased shipment costs, expensive materials, and increased freight charges. Like the rest of the world, the pandemic has hit the local auto industry hard.

Here is a detailed car price comparison between January 2021 and December 2021 to see how much the prices have gone up:

Honda Atlas Car Prices – Jan 2021 Vs. Dec 2021

Cars under discussion: Civic, City, and BRIC

Price increase: up to Rs. 350,000

Toyota Cars Prices – Jan 2021 Vs. Dec 2021

Cars under discussion: Corolla, Yaris, Fortuner, and Revo Hilux

Price increase: up to Rs. 200,000

Pak Suzuki Cars Prices – Jan 2021 Vs. Dec 2021

Cars under discussion: Alto, Wagon R, and Cultus

Price increase: up to Rs. 142,000

Hyundai Nishat Cars Prices – Jan 2021 Vs. Dec 2021

Cars under discussion: Tucson, Elantra, and Sonata

Price increase: up to Rs. 200,000 and Rs. 50,000

KIA Lucky Motors Cars Prices – Jan 2021 Vs. Dec 2021

Cars under discussion: Sportage, Picanto, Sorento, and Grand

Price increase: up to Rs. 500,000

MG, DFSK, Regal, and United Cars Prices – Jan 2021 Vs. Dec 2021

Cars under discussion: MG HS/ZS, DFSK Glory, Regal Prince, and United Bravo/Alpha

Price increase: up to Rs. 700,000, Rs. 500,000, Rs. 100,000, and Rs. 50,000

Changan Motors Cars Prices – Jan 2021 Vs. Dec 2021

Cars under discussion: Alsvin and Karvaan

Price increase: up to Rs. 300,000

Proton Cars Prices – Jan 2021 Vs. Dec 2021

Cars under discussion: Saga and X70

Price increase: up to Rs. 174,000

Price decrease: up to Rs. 100,000

Via PakWheels.

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