After 7 years, Pak Suzuki, the Pakistan arm of automaker Suzuki, has finally updated its official website. The revamped Pak Suzuki website has introduced some new features as well, making it more useful than before.
Before we take a peek at the Pak Suzuki’s new online look, check out how their website (which first went live in 2011) looked like:
As you can see, the design certainly seemed outdated and was a chore to navigate. Both in its overall looks as well as its ease of use, Pak Suzuki had its work cut out for it.
In fact, if you compare the old website design to those from its competitors, there was a massive gap. Toyota Indus and Honda Pakistan’s official websites, in comparison, are quite similar to their global versions.
All that has changed now. Pak Suzuki’s new website design, now has more in common with its international version at GlobalSuzuki.com, a welcome change.
You can take a look at Pak Suzuki’s new homepage here:
Pak Suzuki website’s main page is cleaner and more usable. At first glance, you can see that it presents all the essential sections in front of you.
- Products – mentions all the different subcategories of vehicles that Suzuki offers,
- Corporate – contains financial reports and other related data,
- Value for Money – its dedicated after-sale service section
- Dealership Locator – for finding the nearest Pak Suzuki dealer near you.
Firstly, here’s the Product section:
As you click a subcategory (“Automobiles” in our case), it takes you to a complete grid of Suzuki cars – showing a picture and their individual price. In the previous build, you had to wait for an annoying flash mini-game to load before being able to view a car’s brochure and it’s price. In this build, the prices are listed more conveniently than before.
Next up, we have Corporate:
We observed that clicking on any of these options redirects to the same page. The page contains all the corporate data such as company profile, code of conduct, financial reports, company history, recent events, and product videos too in the media center.
Right at the end of the page, there’s a nifty Dealership Locator. The website has thankfully made use of the Google Maps API that helps you locate dealers or company showrooms based on your selected category.
The best part is that you don’t have to load any pages to view dealer information – the location, contact details, and the dealer’s email address appears on the same page. You select your preferred category first i.e. Automobiles, Heavy Bikes, Motorcycles, and Outboards – and then select a dealership’s location from the options you see before you.
You can check out Pak Suzuki’s website for yourself here.