Atlas Honda has increased the price of its entire bike range by up to Rs6,500.
Since the start of 2021, this is the sixth time that the company has hiked the rates.
A notification issued by the company on Thursday said that the new prices will come into effect from Friday, October 1. The notification did not share a reason for the price hike.
The company increased Rs4,000 (4.6%) on its CD-70 variant, the best-selling motorcycle in Pakistan, taking the price from Rs86,900 to Rs90,900. The price of CD-70 Dream has gone up from Rs93,500 to Rs97,500 with a similar increase.
Moreover, the prices of CG125 and Pridor have been jacked up by Rs5,000 each. The motorcycles now cost Rs147,500, and Rs125,500, respectively. With an increase of Rs6,500, the price of CG125SE has now risen to Rs177,000.
The price of B150F, the top-of-the-line model in the two-wheel segment, has gone up by Rs6,500. The bike will now cost Rs267,000, while the price of CB125F has gone up by a similar amount to Rs212,000.
Since the start of 2021, Honda has increased bike prices multiple times. The company rang in the New Year with bike prices being inflated. This was followed by another price hike in February, May, July, and August before the latest increase in September [to be applicable from October].