The first locally assembled Haval H6 has begun to roll off the assembly lines. The ceremony took place on September 1, 2022, at Sazgar Engineering’s assembly plant in Lahore.
In the early stages, two variants are being assembled in Pakistan. The H6 1.5T has a 1.5T engine, while the H6 2.0T has a 2.0T engine. The prices of the vehicles will be Rs 7.425 million and Rs 8.499 million, respectively.
However, in the future, the company will also assemble the Haval Jolion SUV. In Pakistan’s competitive CUV segment, the Haval H6 will compete against the Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tucson, MG HS, and Proton X70.
After obtaining Greenfield status, Sazgar began working with two Chinese automakers: BAIC, with whom it launched the BJ40 Plus SUV, and Haval, with whom it has now introduced the H6, with Jolion likely to follow.
Initially, it was assumed that Sazgar would launch products for budget buyers due to the company’s intent to launch the low-budget BAIC X25 and D20 cars in the country;
however, with the BJ40 Plus and now the Haval H6, the company, like many others, is targeting the elite buyers only.
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