Atlas Honda announces new prices for bikes for 2021

Atlas Honda, formerly known as Atlas Autos, is a Pakistani motorcycle manufacturer owned by Atlas Group and Honda Motor Company and based in Karachi, Sindh since 1962. It is the largest and the favorite motorcycle maker in terms of quality and reliability and a market leader in Pakistan.

The new prices might not catch a lot of attention because the company has announced up to Rs 3,000 increase in its bike prices.

According to reports, the prices of its bikes will start rising, starting the 4th of January 2021.

The breakdown of the new prices of bikes is as follows:

Honda CD70: After Rs 1,000 increase in its old price of Rs 76,900, the Honda CD70 will be for Rs 79,500 with the new price increase.

Honda CD70 Dream: Following the price jump of Rs 3,000, the bike will cost Rs 85,500.

Honda Pridor and CG125: Both these bikes are subject to Rs 2,000 inflation, making their prices Rs 110,500, and Rs 131,900, respectively.

Honda CG-125SE: As a result of the price rise of Rs 2,600, the bike’s rate will go up to Rs 159,500.Honda bikes - Atlas Honda, formerly known as Atlas Autos, is a Pakistani motorcycle manufacturer owned by Atlas Group and Honda Motor Company and based in Karachi, Sindh since 1962. It is the largest and the favorite motorcycle maker in terms of quality and reliability and a market leader in Pakistan. The new prices might not catch a lot of attention because the company has announced up to Rs 3,000 increase in its bike prices. According to reports, the prices of its bikes will start rising, starting the 4th of January 2021. The breakdown of the new prices of bikes is as follows: Honda CD70: After Rs 1,000 increase in its old price of Rs 76,900, the Honda CD70 will be for Rs 79,500 with the new price increase. Honda CD70 Dream: Following the price jump of Rs 3,000, the bike will cost Rs 85,500. Honda Pridor and CG125: Both these bikes are subject to Rs 2,000 inflation, making their prices Rs 110,500, and Rs 131,900, respectively. Honda CG-125SE: As a result of the price rise of Rs 2,600, the bike’s rate will go up to Rs 159,500. The rest of the Honda bikes will cost the same as last year; all other bikes will showcase no price increase.

The rest of the Honda bikes will cost the same as last year; all other bikes will showcase no price increase.