Pakistan automotive Manufacture Association (PAMA) recognized the top-selling cars of August 2017.
This is very hard to guess which car most in demand as there are various cars models on the roads.
Here are top 5 cars that selling high in rank according to their sales figure by August.
Toyota Corolla has top choice in Pakistan due to its high sale 4,782 units in August and durability elegant design.
There is lots of option available for the better price but due to its availability and cheap prices, this has brought lot more than other vehicle. Now, this is set in top rank in Pakistan.
This is available in various variants like
1.8L ALTIS Grande
The price starts from Rs. 17,29,000 and goes up to Rs. 23,89,000.
National auto” of Pakistan, Suzuki Mehran sits at second with 3,963 deals in August.
Mehran’s design and functionality have been obsolete – really, it was at that point obsolete back in the 90s – yet at the same time, it’s extremely famous among Pakistanis.
Suzuki Mehran is said to have the least expensive parts and upkeep alongside great fuel utilization because of its 800 cc motor. The shoddy parts are the principle fascination however many individuals have better explanations behind favoring a Mehran, for example, its straightforwardness and fuel utilization and simplicity of offering it when required.
Mehran may support its deals significantly more after the initiation of the National Orange Cab Scheme.
It begins at Rs. 679,000.
Suzuki wagon R
The Wagon R had 2,201 deals in August. It wasn’t privately collected earlier and was just found in its Japanese variation on Pakistani avenues. It entered the market as of late, significantly later than alternate autos in this rundown. However, it picked up prominence quick because of its cutting edge plan, outfitted with the equipment which pulled in purchasers.
It has a 1000 cc motor with a decent efficiency. It is likewise outfitted with a generally decent cooling framework and power-controlling – these two elements are phenomenal in privately amassed hatchbacks in Pakistan.
It’s accessible in two variations:
Wagon R VXR – Rs. 10,52,000
Wagon R VXL – Rs. 10.94,000
Since it’s launch, Cultus has been one of the fan top picks. It got lots of redesign in 2017, which totally changed its plan and included current highlights, for example, ABS, control directing and airbags. The new shape got mainstream quick and sold 1,776 units in August.
It comes in two variations:
Suzuki Cultus VXR – Rs. 12,50,000
Suzuki Cultus VXL – Rs. 13,91,000
The sales figure written on PAMA’s site are a total of both Civic and City (3,946 units add up to in August) so it’s hard to say that how many sales each car has.
In any case, Civic must be on the rundown since we as a whole know how prevalent it has been after the arrival of its 10th gen variation in 2016. This is safe to say that the auto has been offering in great numbers breaking records each quarter while City witnesses moderately low request.
The sale shot up directly after the new model’s launch and without a doubt, Civic is a most famous car.
It at first came in 3 variations;
1.5-Liter VTEC Turbo – briefly ended
1.8-Liter and 1.8-Liter VTI Oriel – Rs. 23,49,000-29,99,000