The SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle) is the most popular vehicle among Pakistan’s elite and upper-middle classes. SUVs have become the vehicle of choice for almost every aristocratic family in Pakistan. It is seen as a sign of prosperity and power. The majority of political and business leaders prefer SUVs to other elite sedans and hatchbacks. These automobiles are also provided to Pakistani executives by bureaucratic bodies and other elite private organizations. In the subcontinent, mostly Japanese SUVs are adored and traded. Although SUVs are categorized as light trucks, they are commonly used as family vehicles. Its four-wheel-drive capacity makes it suitable for both on- and rough roads driving. Since the late 1990s, these powerful cars have been more popular all around the world. SUVs are known for their ability to withstand adverse weather conditions such as rain or muddy paths.
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Despite its impressive product portfolio, Proton is struggling to establish itself as a formidable competitor in Pakistan due to supply chain challenges. According to sources, the carmaker intends to debut the new X50 SUV in the United States. The X50, like the other B-Sector Subcompact CUVs on this list, is a B-Segment Subcompact CUV that will compete with the MG ZS, Toyota Corolla Cross, Kia Stonic, and other CUVs in the same segment. Late last year, the car made its premiere in Malaysia, with two engine options. A 1.5-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder petrol engine with 148 horsepower and 225 Nm of torque is standard, while a 1.5-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder petrol engine with 177 hp and 250 Nm of torque is standard on the top model. A 7-speed DCT automated transmission transmits power to the front wheels.
When purchasing a new automobile, the most common questions are about the engine and gearbox system. They always want to know about these two items, regardless of the automobile you buy. The 1.5 turbocharged Gasoline Direct Injection engine system in the Proton X70 (AWD and 2WD) has a CC of 1477. It produces 177 horsepower and 255 Nm of torque at 1500-4000 revolutions per minute. Both vehicles have a 60-liter gasoline capacity and a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox with manual mode. You’ll feel like you’re driving a beast SUV for sale on Pakistani rough roads with this many high-end specifications.
Kia Lucky Motors (KLM) has had the greatest success in Pakistan’s small Crossover Utility Vehicle (CUV) market of all the manufacturers who have lately come to the country. KLM is apparently intending to bring a smaller SUV – the 1st generation Kia Stonic — here as well, owing to its worldwide success. The Stonic is Kia’s entry into the subcompact crossover SUV segment, and it will compete against the Honda HR-V, Nissan Juke, Toyota C-HR, Corolla Cross, Suzuki Vitara, and Proton X50 when it arrives. It will apparently come in two versions, both of which will be powering by a 1.0-liter turbocharged 3-cylinder petrol engine. The base variant’s engine produces 99 horsepower (due to differences in tune and ECU programming), whereas the superior Connect trim-engine levels produce 118 horsepower.
DFSK Glory 500:
Because of the debut of the Prince Pearl hatchback and the DFSK Glory 580 CUV, Regal Motors has a stronghold in Pakistan’s automotive industry. In October, the company plans to debut the new DFSK Glory 500 in the Pakistani market, bolstering its brand value and vehicle lineup. The MG ZS, Kia Stonic, Proton X50, and other small crossover SUVs will compete with the Glory 500 in the B-Segment. A 1.5-liter normally aspirated 4-cylinder petrol engine with 118 horsepower and 147 Nm of torque will power the Glory 500. The power is sending to the front wheels using a CVT automatic gearbox. Even though Regal Motors has not revealing any information regarding the Glory 500’s introduction, features, or pricing, it is expecting to cost between Rs. 3.3 million and Rs. 3.7 million, making it a competitive competitor in the subcompact CUV sector, considering its features and performance.
The Changan appears to be a Lamborghini super SUV done correctly, base on its unearthly aesthetics and design. Changan made headlines a few months ago when it was spoting in Pakistan testing three new cars. Despite the lack of official information on which of these cars will be introducing first in the United States, all signals point to the Uni T CUV. Thus the Uni T CUV made its first appearance in China in April of last year, and it really is a C-Segment small CUV that might compete with the Hyundai Tucson, DFSK Glory 580, Proton X70, MG HS, and perhaps other comparable CUVs. The Uni T comes in three trim levels in China, all of which share the same engine – a 1.5-liter, 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine with 177 horsepower and 300 Nm of torque.
Chery Tiggo 8:
Chery, a Chinese carmaker, makes news grately when two of their SUVs are purportingly get into Pakistan for testing. The Chery Tiggo 8 is one of these SUVs, and according to sources. It would be unveiling in Pakistan later this year. Here the Tiggo 8 is a 7-seater midrange CUV that will more than likely challenge. Both the Kia Sorento and Toyota Fortuner. In the international market, the CUV is available with two turbocharging petrol engine choices. One is a 1.5-liter turbocharging 4-cylinder petrol engine with 156 horsepower and 230 Nm of torque. The other is a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder turbocharging petrol engine with 197 horsepower and torque of 290 Nm. The former has a 6-speed manual or 6-speed DCT automatic transmission, while the latter has a 7-speed DCT automatic transmission.