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Pakistan Exports its First Locally Assembled Vehicle

Master Changan Motors Limited (MCML) has become Pakistan’s first automaker to export a vehicle under the new Auto Industry Development and Export Policy (AIDEP 2021-26).

The new auto policy encourages all original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to export locally assembled or manufactured vehicles to help develop the local industry and expand the export capability of the country.

The country’s first export unit under the new policy is the Changan Oshan X7. It is also Pakistan’s first vehicle debut through a global right-hand drive (RHD) premiere, which MCML hosted in Karachi earlier in March 2022. Pakistan is the only country outside of China to produce the latest model of Changan Oshan X7.

The company has exported the first unit to a market in the Oceania region. It made the announcement earlier today at a ceremony held at its assembly plant in Karachi. The company’s CEO together with the management attended the shipping-off ceremony that commemorated Pakistan’s first car industry export.

Upon the occasion, CEO of MCML Danial Malik stated that:

We are delighted and proud to lead Pakistan into a new chapter in the auto industry and make its mark on a global level. The Changan Oshan X7 is the first of many more vehicles to be exported under our vision to stay Future Forward, Forever, and the Auto Industry Development and Export Policy (AIDEP 2021-26).


Oshan X7

MCML debuted Oshan X7 in Pakistan in March 2022. It has Changan’s latest 1.5-liter turbocharged bluewhale Euro-6 petrol engine that — through its 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox — sends 300 Newton meters of torque and 185 horsepower to the front wheels.

It is among the very few passenger vehicles in Pakistan to offer advanced features such as adaptive cruise control, collision warning, and auto braking.

Changan recently celebrated delivering 150 units of Oshan X7 across Pakistan. After a recent price hike, the midsize SUV starts from Rs. 6,050,000 and goes up to Rs. 6,350,000. Even at its current price, Oshan X7 is the cheapest and most well-equipped SUV among its competitor.

  • Yar.pehla Pakistan mai tu deliver kar lo bhai.i m still waiting even my delivery month was April.plz fulfil ur commitments if u want to be a good company

  • Wow!!! Incredible for a milestone for the dreams come true, wishes a horizon come in future for the organization. Ashraf Jamal Austin Texas.

  • All car manufacturers in Pakistan working as cartel, every month they raised the price.

    • sorry, but this is entirely due to increase in transportation cost between countries. If Russia and Ukraine issue resolves today and we stabilize dollar a little it will stop increasing every other day. Yes, I would like them to drop drastically!

      at the same time I also want to suggest government of heavy fines on road to implement better discipline between us driving on roads.

  • Glad to hear at least some good news today. very happy, jeo Pakistan.

  • MASH ALLAH, it is a good news and hope will keep and maintain a high standard in to the Inernational market


  • Totally Jhoot

    Banana Republic….Jungle ka Qanoon
    Promoting investor Mafia and own culture and delaying delivery of real customers. Booking in February, still chasing………Beware
    Company …..Enjoying customer full payments and Sleeping
    Call center ….Zero response, no customer care
    Dealer ship …….this, that, today, tomorrow, next week , 2nd week…………

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