The wave of price cuts continues as Regal Automobiles has also announced a price cut on Prince DFSK cars.
Moreover, it is pertinent to mention that the Pakistani Rupee saw a big recovery up to Rs. 214.87 after falling to nearly Rs. 240 per month ago.
The strengthening of the local currency has allowed car companies to reduce the prices of their cars and provide a benefit to their customers, as previously price hikes put most cars out of their reach.
Hence, companies like Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC), Honda Atlas, Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) and United Motors have also announced price cuts to boost their sales.
The company has revised all its prices and the Prince Pearl now costs Rs. 1,749,000 with a difference of Rs. 171,000 against the old price of Rs. 1,920,000.
Also, the DFSK Glory 580 Pro has also undergone a price cut of Rs. Rs. 450,000, with a new price tag of Rs. 6,100,000. Similarly, the price of the base variant Glory 580 1.5L CVT has come down to Rs. 5,610,000 as against Rs. 6,105,000 and the new price of Glory 580 1.8L CVT is Rs. 5,806,000, against the old price of Rs. 6,256,000. The K07 Humsafar now costs Rs. 2,469,000 as against Rs. 2,549,000.
However, the company is yet to announce revised prices for the Prince K07 variant.
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