The organization has officially sent a notice to its dealerships with the refreshed costs, informing that the new costs will be in actuality beginning first of June, 2018. As observed on the organization’s authentic round, an underlined note underneath the value table peruses.

Suzuki is set to expand prices of its whole lineup again this year. Beginning today, retail prices will see a value climb of up to Rs. 30,000. This will be the third time this year that the auto constructing agent will raise prices in light of the rupee’s depreciation.

All prices are ex-factory and have been jacked up by Rs. 30,000. The company reported its previous price bump 3 months ago, and just like before, the new price increase is also being attributed to the Pakistani rupee’s falling value against USD.

Previously when the company bumped the prices of its cars was in March this year. At that time Pak Suzuki, as well as other local automakers who increased the prices of their vehicles, asserted that due to the devaluation of Rupee they were forced to increase the rates. Moreover, the local automakers also argued that not all parts of the cars are manufactured locally, so the automakers are forced to import parts from foreign vendors, which due to the devaluation of the rupee have now become expensive.  

New Prices 

Old Prices

Previous Price – PKR
Suzuki Mehran VX
Suzuki Mehran VXR
Suzuki Ravi
Suzuki Bolan
Suzuki Bolan Cargo
Suzuki Swift NAV-MT
Suzuki Swift NAV-AT
Suzuki Cultus VXR
Suzuki Wagon R VXL 
Suzuki Wagon R VXR
Suzuki Cultus VXL


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