Suzuki Cultus 2017 Has Made Its Way to Pakistan

Last week, Suzuki unveiled its first Cultus upgrade in over 15 years. The company released a teaser video which showed us glimpses of the newly designed car following by the slogan “A new beginning”.

Suzuki revealed that it plans to make an announcement related to Cultus 2017 on 22nd April 2017. Initial reports suggested that the company will unveil the vehicle, its specifications and pricing on the date while the car may be released to consumers later in the quarter.

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ProPakistani has received new leaked photos which confirm that the new Cultus will be available for purchase immediately after the announcement. The cars have already reached Pakistan and are being shipped across the country. Some units are already being tested on Pakistani roads.

The company seems to be getting ready for the pre-orders as the vehicles are being shipped across all major cities.

It is to be noted that initial units for the new Cultus will not be assembled in Pakistan. Pak-Suzuki plans to invest $460 million on a new assembly plant which will assemble not only the new Cultus but also the Ciaz.

The new Cultus is based on the international Celerio model and will come with a completely new look and a 1.0-liter 67 bhp petrol engine with 5-speed manual transmission. An automatic transmission variant is expected later in the year depending on the user demand. Buyers will get six color options.

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All details including the price (expected to be around Rs. 1.25 million) are expected to be revealed on the 22nd of April. So keep watching this space for more updates.

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  • It is being assembled in Pakistan. Your information is incorrect. Sorry to say. They have already assembled about 2000 units all in Existing plant.

    • It has airbags,abs,power steering,power windows,and an engine from 21st century and hopefully an ac that works. Kind of justifies the price as we’re already buying even smaller used japanese cars at that price because of these features.

      • 14 lakh ma 1.30 or dal k honda city la lain isay bohat behtar gari ha… Or city ma aisy 2 garian nikal saktin hain… Napak suzuki ka koi compactor nahi ha to shokhay e ho gaye hain…

  • I don’t know what’s the pupose of spreading this false news that it’s not assembled in Pak. These cars are being assembled here is Karachi locally

  • Suzuki is cheating, Cultus was replaced (internationally) with Swift, long ago. Celerio is a smaller vehicle, which Suzuki will enchash as Cultus (Rs 1.2M). Hope existing manufacturers will improve quality, tachnology, variants & reduce prices, once new manufacturers will launch locally assembled vehicles

    • Looks like a move to consolidate the parts across models (swift and celerio). If thats the case, it might allow some economies of scale in production of the common parts.

  • Hard to believe this bullcrap costs 1.25 million PKR, even with a fair profit. The question is who will be pocketing the proceeds of this government-sanctioned heist of the people.

    • No one forces the people of this nation to purchase this garbage worth 1.25 mil! It’s their own personal choice..

      • Yes nobody forces the people to buy necessities of life. Those dumb idiots and their families should avail the awesome public transport systems in Pakistan.

        • I was talking ”ONLY” about the garbage named Suzuki Cultus. There are several japanese cars, and I haven’t said even once to stop buying oil, flour and pulses. I’m really happy to see your amazing trust in the public transport system, but I would much rather spend 1.25 mil in a japanese car which would be value for money, than this kachra which is a “market car” just because people CHOOSE to buy it.

          P.S. Once again, feel free to buy aata, oil, chicken, meat, and all household necessities you want to, miss. But Suzuki Cultus is no way a necessity. I would much rather prefer buying a 5 year old Honda Civic (Reborn) or City for 1.25 mil than a brand new Suzuki Cultus, which would also fill up my necessity.

  • It’s assembled locally. Importing unit with those taxes is not feasible for such a popular nameplate.

  • All these units are being assembled in Pakistan. They are being assembled using a mix of CKD’s being imported from Thailand and local parts.

  • The one who buys this 1.3 million glorified Donkey of a car is the biggest ass on earth, sorry to say but its true….

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