Pak Suzuki Increases Car Prices For the 2nd Time in as Many Months

Pak Suzuki has yet again increased the prices for its automobiles. The recent hike in prices is Suzuki’s second one during the last two months. Previously, Suzuki justified its price hike by citing the devaluation of rupee against dollar.

According to the company, most parts for vehicles assembled in Pakistan are imported from abroad. They mention that whenever the Pakistani rupee faces devaluation, the prices of these parts go up. As a result, prices of their vehicles go up as well.

The Increase in Prices

Pak Suzuki has circulated a notification among its dealers for the implementation of new prices.

The updated prices will be effective starting today i.e. 1st March, 2018.

Here are the new prices of Suzuki cars:

  • Suzuki Mehran VX:  from Rs 689,000 to Rs 709,000
  • Suzuki Mehran VXR: from Rs 742,000 to Rs 762,000
  • Suzuki Ravi: from Rs 706,000 to Rs  726,000
  • Suzuki Swift NAV-MT: from Rs 1,375,000 to Rs 1,405,000
  • Suzuki Swift NAV-AT: from Rs 1,511,000 to Rs 1,541,000
  • Suzuki Cultus VXR:  from Rs 1,250,000 to Price Rs 1,270,000
  • Suzuki Wagon R VXL:  from Rs 1,114,000 to Rs 1,164,000
  • Suzuki Bolan: from Rs 764,000 to Rs 784,000
  • Suzuki Bolan Cargo: from Rs 730,000 to Rs 750,000

It is expected that the other two automobile giants, Toyota and Honda, will increase the prices as well.

Last time, Toyota, Honda, Faw and Suzuki, increased their prices simultaneously.

Via Pakwheels


  • Mehran has been in Pak since 70s or 80s if not before and yet they still get parts from abroad?
    I don’t buy the argument

  • Mehran ke halat to ya hai ka mara pass 2017 model hai srif 17000 chalana ka bad, barring issue, chamta farga ho gay, kamani ka bus farga ho gay, kal ja raha hoon mechinic ka pass. lol

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