It is always a powerful marketing tactic to tell the people how well a corporation is doing in sales volume in a unique market, especially if the sales amount is fantastic. Morris Garages (MG) Pakistan started this aim back in January of publically declaring the celebration of having sold 1000 units of their Sports utility vehicle (SUVs) in Faisalabad.
Proton Pakistan has determined to follow in Morris Garages’ footsteps. It has posted a celebratory image of their own on social media, praising themselves for selling thousands of units in Lahore. Whether it’s only the X70 SUV or the Saga sedas, it is undoubtedly a significant milestone for Proton.
The organization officially debuted in the Pakistani market back in December of 2020 by starting the X70 SUV. The X70 is not quite seen as usually on the roads as some of the other SUVs in the market, such as MG HS, KIA Sportage, and Hyundai Tucson, despite being affordable, still solid contenders.
Rumors advise that the Pakistani market experience a sudden outburst of X70’s reputation once the SUV starts making it onto the ways.
News from an excellent Malaysian automotive news website paultan.org suggests that Proton is trying to keep up with the demand of the SUV in Pakistan, adding that the waiting list for booking of the SUV is 6 to 9 months long since all the CBU (Complete Built-Up Unit) units of the SUV have been snapped up from the market.
The Proton Saga car is yet a passionate topic of inquiry among car buyers some weeks after its launch. It is a C-Segment sedan that offers outstanding value to those looking for a subcompact family car.
Proton’s thousands unit mark has come imperceptibly later than expected, probably due to requests in the demand and supply of the X70 SUV. However, now that the regional assembly of the vehicles set to start soon, and with the Saga’s reputation on the rise and the general rise in the market for cars in Pakistan as of late, the only way that Proton’s purchases can go from here is up.