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Rulers of Pakistan Car industry:Toyota, Suzuki , Honda

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By  Sardar Tayyab

Pakistan is a country in South Asia that’s known for its rich history and culture. The country is home to a diverse population of over 200 million people, and it’s known for its stunning natural beauty, delicious food, and warm hospitality.

Pakistan is the fifth most populous country in the world and demand for vehicles is extremely high. Pakistan car industry is ruled my three main companies: Suzuki, Toyota and Honda.

Suzuki, Toyota, and Honda are all popular car brands in Pakistan. Suzuki is the most popular car brand in Pakistan, with a market share of around 60%. Toyota and Honda are also popular, with a market share of around 30% and 10%, respectively. All three brands offer a variety of different models, so you can find a car that fits your needs and budget.here are some popular car models from Suzuki, Honda, and Toyota:

Suzuki:Mehran, Alto, Cultus, Swift, Wagon R, Vitara, Jimny

Honda:City, Civic, Accord, BR-V, CR-V


These are just a few examples of the many different car models available from these brands. These brands provide international standard cars in other countries but failed to deliver services in Pakistan as they caused monopoly here.

The car industries in Pakistan and India are both growing rapidly. Both countries have a large population and a growing middle class, which has led to an increase in demand for cars. In Pakistan, the car industry is dominated by three major brands: Suzuki, Toyota, and Honda. In India, there are many different car brands, including Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai, and Mahindra. Both countries have their own unique challenges when it comes to the car industry, but overall, the car industries in both Pakistan and India are doing well.

Chinese companies are also trying to enter Pakistan market but its difficult for them to break the rule of top three companies.Inflation is also a barrier for new businesses to work in Pakistan.

The writer is a student of BS Journalism Studies, 8 Semester at School of Communication Studies, University of the Punjab, Lahore. He can be reached at [email protected]

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