Top 3- From the Bottom…

We often discuss Pakistan’s top-selling vehicles, so let’s switch things up and discuss the bottom three for a change. Although we know the local auto industry is going through some troubling times with sales almost cutting in half, the ones we are going to discuss below are permanent residents of these spots. So the rise & fall in sales of other cars has little or no impact on these vehicles.

Third Place

Third place for being the bestselling vehicle from the bottom of the sales chart belongs to the JAC X200 1-ton pickup truck. Backed by Ghandhara, the X200 managed to sell just 556 units throughout the fiscal year 2023, down 40% compared to the 931 units sold a year earlier. Although good on paper as a product, its sales were badly affected by the launch of Hyundai Porter, which saw 1,319 units sold in FY23.

Second Place

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The second place belongs to the Isuzu D-Max. Introduced in November 2018, D-Max has successfully resided at the bottom of the domestic sales chart for almost 5 years now. The pickup truck was lucky to find 194 buyers in FY23, which happens to be 59% less than the 473 owners it discovered a year earlier in FY22.

First Place

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And the first place for being the bestselling locally assembled vehicle from the bottom of the chart belongs to the BAIC BJ40 Plus. Backed by Sazgar, the BJ40 Plus managed to sell just 169 units throughout the year, down 62% from 442 units sold a year earlier.

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It is pertinent to mention that newer vehicles such as the Chery Tiggo Plus and Haval H6 which were launched much later than the aforementioned three, performed quite well in sales compared to the above-mentioned ones considering the overall market situation. Sales of Haval H6 stood at 1,657 units (in 10 months) while the Chery Tiggo SUVs recorded sales of 1,268 units. Although the Proton X70’s story isn’t much different from the “Top 3 from the Bottom,” we can’t identify exactly where they fall among the inverted charts because they don’t publicly share their sales statistics with PAMA (Pakistan Automobile Manufacturers Association).

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