Al Haj FAW Motors

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Al Haj FAW Motors
HeadquartersKarachi, Pakistan
Area served
ParentFAW Group
Al-Haj Group
WebsiteOfficial website

Al-Haj FAW Motors Limited (Urdu: الحاج فا موٹرز) is a Pakistani automobile manufacturer based in Karachi, Pakistan since 2013.[1] It is a subsidiary of Chinese assembler and manufacturer of FAW Group. The company assembles passenger and commercial vehicles at its assembly plant in Karachi.[2][3][4]

Al-Haj FAW Motors Limited was incorporated as a private limited company in October 2006.

Al-Haj FAW Motors is the sole distributor & progressive manufacturer / assembler of FAW heavy commercial vehicles, light commercial vehicles & passenger cars in Pakistan.

First CBU (Complete Built-Up) product-line of HVs was launched in 2006 which included different heavy commercial vehicles like dump trucks, rigid trucks & prime movers.

The local production CKD (Complete Knocked-Down) of FAW Heavy Commercial Vehicles started in December 2011.

Light Vehicles, Mini Van & Pickup (CBU) were introduced in March 2012 and regular (CKD) production of minivans (XPV) and pick-up trucks (Carrier) was started in September 2012.

In August 2017, Al-Haj FAW Motors launched Pakistan’s first locally assembled Chinese passenger car, the FAW V2. 

Operations in Pakistan[edit]

FAW used to manufacture a wide range of vehicles to cater to all transportation needs, including passenger cars. The Al-Haj group had introduced FAW's heavy-duty trucks as completely built-up units (CBUs) initially. The response from transporters was positive, so the range of trucks was expanded to meet the needs of all cargo segments, including medium and light-duty commercial vehicles.[5]

In 2017, JS Bank Limited collaborated with Al-Haj FAW Motors Private Limited to provide business loans to customers of light commercial vehicles through the Prime Minister Youth Business Loan (PMYBL) scheme.[6]


Passenger vehicles[edit]

Commercial vehicles[edit]


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