Price decrease is a rare event in Pakistan, but Haval has done it by decreasing the price of its premium H6 SUV. Sazgar Engineering Works Limited (SEWL) previously announced that it would decrease the price while increasing the features in its CKD units.
Haval H6 Booking Price and Launch Date
According to the SEWL, the booking will start on April 15, 2022. According to the Company representatives, the delivery period is almost 6 months. The booking amount for Haval H6 starts at Rs.1,000,000 for the Front Wheel Drive variant. While the newly launched All-wheel drive variant can be booked for Rs.1,200,000.
It’s important to mention that the local production has only started for the 1500cc variant. While the new H6 2.0T is launched for the first time, we might see CBU units for some time.
The new prices of Haval H6 variants in Pakistan are as follows:
|Model||Old Prices||New Prices||Price Difference|
|Haval H6 1.5T FWD||6,849,000||6,499,000||-350,000|
|Haval H6 2.0T AWD||–||7,499,000||–|
The price decrease of Rs.350,000 is commendable and appreciated. Let’s hope to see this as a standard practice for the Pakistani auto industry.
Haval H6 Features
Sazgar Engineering has delivered exceptional features placing it right at par with value for money SUVs like MG HS, Oshan X7, and Chery Tiggo 8 pro. Like MG, all units you see rolling on the roads by Haval are imported CBU units. The CKD units will have the following features:
|Traction and Stability Control||✓|
|Hill Start Assist||✓|
|Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)||✓|
|Road Sign Recognition||✓|
|Apple CarPlay and Android Auto||✓|
|Digital Climate Control with rear A.C. Vents||✓|
|Electronic Parking Brake||✓|
|Multiple Drive Modes||✓|
|Car Location Function||✓|
Some of these features are absent in SUVs costing twice as much – for example, Toyota Fortuner. With more companies starting to launch their globally successful models in Pakistan, the monopoly of the big three has taken a blow. The features, specs, and quality of these cars has only increased for customers.
Do you think locally produced Haval H6 will offer the same quality as the CBU imported units?