News Guides Comparisons Specs & Price

United’s Best Bike Gets a Sudden Rs. 60,000 Price Increase

Months after its official launch in the local market, United Autos has massively jacked up the price of its 150cc motorcycle, US150, by Rs. 60,000.

When it was launched earlier this year, the US150 was the most affordable 150cc bike available in Pakistan, instantly making a name for itself. However, the company has now decided to increase its price by Rs. 60,000.

US150 will now be available at a price tag of Rs. 330,000. Surprisingly, United Autos have decided to increase the bike price at a time when the Pakistani rupee has shown significant improvement against the US dollar.

On the other hand, the Electric Vehicles (EVs) market in Pakistan continues to grow as more companies are launching their two-wheelers. Just last week, Chinese e-bike manufacturer Yadea opened its first showroom in Lahore.

The company also launched its first electric scooter in the local market, the T5 model. The e-bike has been priced at Rs. 245,000 and it comes with a 105KM range on a single charge.

According to the company, it will be launching more showrooms in Pakistan and new e-bikes will also be introduced in the near future.

Follow ProPakistani on Google News & scroll through your favourite content faster!

Support independent journalism

If you want to join us in our mission to share independent, global journalism to the world, we’d love to have you on our side. If you can, please support us on a monthly basis. It takes less than a minute to set up, and you can rest assured that you’re making a big impact every single month in support of open, independent journalism. Thank you.


  • Many youtubers were seemed paid for their 150 but public didn’t showed the interest at all. My brother have bike showroom and people preferring used bikes rather then new. Suzuki is also a complete loss for buyer and seller.

  • Very cheap prices bikes should quickly moved to a price of 10 lakh each for cd 70 and so on.No one is interested in bikes anymore due to illogical prices.


  • Get Alerts

    Follow ProPakistani to get latest news and updates.


    ProPakistani Community

    Join the groups below to get latest news and updates.



    >