Toyota Hilux

Toyota Hilux New Prices 2020 is here!

Indus Motor Company (IMC) has announced new costs of its (4×4) Toyota Hilux vehicles. 7.5% FED on privately fabricated twofold lodge vehicles are imposed by government. According to FY budget 2020-21 25% FED was forced on imported ones.

From July 1, 2020 new prices will be implemented. It is relevant to make reference to that these new costs are without cargo charges.

New Prices:

The price of IMV III STD increased from Rs5,499,000 to Rs5,912,000, with an expansion of Rs413,000. Meanwhile, Revo GMT will currently cost Rs6,342,000, after an expansion of Rs443,000 from past cost of Rs5,899,000.

Moreover, Revo G AT is now of Rs6,664,000. The model has seen a bounce of Rs465,000. The fourth variation for Toyota Hilux, Revo V voluntarily now be accessible at the cost of Rs7,041,000, seeing an expansion of Rs492,000 from the old cost of Rs6,549,000.

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PAMA Report:

Prior, in its report for June, Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA). Toyota Hilux sold just 72 units in May 2020. Contrasting with 468 around the same time a year ago. As indicated by the report, Hilux saw 37% drop in deals to 3,310 units in the current monetary year from 5,323 vehicles during a similar span a year ago.

The car business in Pakistan is going through an extreme unrest. As indicated by PAMA, the vehicle fabricating organizations didn’t sell even a solitary vehicle in June. Because of an across the country Coronavirus lockdown. In any case, the business is normal an expansion in deals after the government lifted lockdown limitations.


Pakistan Automobile Manufacturers Association (PAMA) has communicated total disappointment over Fiscal Budget 2020-21. The affiliation accepts that the administration didn’t present any proposition to diminish creation costs or to build vehicle deals in the nation. The business said that it was expecting a boost bundle from the administration, yet it was not the situation.

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