Honda CD 70 Latest Price and Instalment Plan Bank Alfalah 2023

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Honda CD 70 instalment plan

With the ongoing instability in the exchange rate, rising fuel prices, and high cost of production, many automobile companies have raised the prices of all the models. Honda CD 70 is also significantly affected due to this price hike. Therefore, the people are moving towards Honda CD 70 Instalment Plan with Bank Alfalah 2023.

   

Overview of Honda CD 70

Honda CD 70 instalment plan

Honda CD 70 has a 72cc 4-stroke engine. It was introduced in Pakistan in 1990 by Atlas Honda. It is available in two variants: Honda CD 70 and Honda CD 70 Dream. Honda CD 70 is an affordable yet valuable bike in Pakistan that can be seen in high quantity on the roads of Pakistan.

People love Honda CD 70 because of its cost-efficiency resulting from efficient fuel average, low maintenance cost, and durability. All these factors have made it a favourite of everyone who relies on travelling throughout the day.

Recently, on 1st February 2023, Atlas Honda announced an increase in the price of Honda bikes. The price of the Honda Cd 70 is PKr 128,900 and Honda CD 70 Dream price is PKR 137,900.

Honda CD 70 instalment plan

This increase in price has made it difficult for customers to purchase the bikes in cash. Therefore they choose instalment plans so they can get hold of the product while paying for it in easy instalments.

Honda CD 70 Instalment Plan with Bank Alfalah

Amongst all the best banks in Pakistan, Bank Alfalah is one of the most feasible and customer-friendly banks that work for their ease of them. It has an Alfalah bank Loan plan that offers loans on all kinds of vehicles in Pakistan with various options.

The customers can get an auto loan for a duration of two to seven years with varying equity levels. They can select their plans according to their ease and preference. Here are the details of the Honda CD 70 instalment plan at different equity levels.

Car PriceEquityDown Payment/MarginBank Alfalah ParticipationMonthly Instalment
128,90015%19,335109,5654,205
128,90020%25,780103,1203,957
128,90025%32,22596,6753,710
128,90030%38,67090,2303,463
128,90035%45,11583,7853,215
128,90040%51,56077,3402,968
128,90045%58,00570,8952,721
128,90050%64,45064,4502,473
128,90055%70,89558,0052,226
128,90060%77,34051,5601,979
128,90065%83,78545,1151,731
128,90070%90,23038,6701,484
128,90075%96,67532,2251,237

These are details of the Honda CD 70 instalment plan with Bank Alfalah for 3 years. The monthly instalment varies according to the duration as well s equity plans. For more details, you can use the Bank Alfalah loan calculator.

Duaa Naeem
Duaa Naeem
Dua is a seasoned writer who loves to write on Pakistani Entertainment and Infotainment while having her Masters in English literature

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