Sazgar is about to release the first batch of locally assembled Great Wall Motor Haval SUVs.
The H6 1.5T and 2.0T will be assembled in Pakistan and will cost Rs 7.425 million and Rs 8.499 million, respectively.
According to a senior company official, the locally produced Haval SUVs will compete in Pakistan with the KIA Sportage, Hyundai Tucson, Changan Oshan X7, MG HS, and Cherry Tiggo 8.
Abuzer Butt, Sazgar’s Head of Marketing, told to one of news source:
“Haval is the number one SUV in China and number three in the world. Right now, we are starting with two variants, the Haval H6 1.5T and 2.0T. But another variant – the Jolion – can be added in the next few months.”
The company can assemble 40 cars per day in a single shift, for a total annual capacity of 15,000 vehicles. Abuzer stated that the company began accepting reservations in April and estimated a November delivery date.
He continued, saying: “We are delivering vehicles by the end of August, despite all the issues. We are three months ahead of schedule and we plan to stay this way.”
Following the announcement, the company’s stock gained 2.73% and closed at Rs 67.47 on Friday at the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX). In its notice, Sazgar confirmed it has completed its trial operation of Haval vehicles “before the stipulated time and first CKD roll-out is expected this month”.
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