Pak Suzuki Increased Vehicle Prices to Rs.30000| Third Time in this Year

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Pak Suzuki Again Increase Vehicle Prices This Year on All Vehicles

Pak Suzuki is the Japanese Multinational Company and there is the tough competition among Suzuki, Honda and Toyota as they are the dominated manufacturer in Pakistan’s market for decades. The increment in Vehicle Prices is done for the third time in this year 2018 by Pak Suzuki. The Rs.20000 to Rs.30000 increment is done on all vehicles of all models by Pak Suzuki due to the devaluation of the rupee. This increment will be applied today on 1st June 2018. Pak suzuki already issued notices about the increment of prices on vehicles to all dealers.

Details about Increment in Vehicle Prices by Pak Suzuki

Pak suzuki increases the Vehicle Prices of Mehran, Ravi, Bolan, Wagon R, Cargo Van, Swift and Cultus for the third time in 2018. The maximum Vehicle Price increase is of Rs.20000 to Rs.30000/- in PKR on all Suzuki Vehicles. In the notice Pak suzuki mentioned that the price hold will not be based on previous pending orders who don’t have to deposit their balance payments within due date.

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The below given table has the complete details as all vehicle models, old prices and also the new Vehicle Prices that are incremented by Pak suzuki.

Vehicle Model

Old Price in PKR

New Price in PKR

Suzuki Mehran VX

Rs.709,000/-

Rs.739,000/-

Suzuki Mehran VXR

Rs.762,000/-

Rs.795,000/-

Suzuki Ravi

Rs.726,000/-

Rs.756,000/-

Suzuki Bolan

Rs.784,000/-

Rs.814,000/-

Suzuki Bolan Cargo

Rs.750,000/-

Rs.780,000/-

Suzuki Swift NAV-MT

Rs.1,405,000/-

Rs.1,435,000/-

Suzuki Swift NAV-AT

Rs.1,541,000/-

Rs.1,571,000/-

Suzuki Cultus VXR

Rs.1,270,000/-

Rs.1,300,000/-

Suzuki Cultus VXL

Rs.1,391,000/-

Rs.1,421,000/-

Suzuki Wagon R VXL

Rs.1,164,000/-

Rs.1,194,000/-

Suzuki Wagon R VXR

Rs.1,070,000/-

Rs.1,104,000/-

Last time the Pak Suzuki Company increased the prices three months ago of its cars in January and then in March this year due to the weakening Pakistani rupee against dollars that they were forced to increase the rates. The local automakers argued that all parts of the vehicles are not manufactured locally in our own country so the automakers are forced to import the parts from foreign vendors. Other local automakers are also increasing the prices of their vehicles due to the devaluation of the rupee that is now become expensive.

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