Upcoming Suzuki Alto 660cc is the Alternative of Mehran 800cc…!!!
Pak Suzuki is considered one of the best and most widely used car and bike manufacturing company in Pakistan. Last year Pak Suzuki hinted that it will discontinue Suzuki Mehran and will introduce the New Suzuki Alto 660cc in Pakistan. Now company announced the presence of Suzuki Alto 660cc in Pakistan. Moreover, according to the new notification, Pak Suzuki has discontinued the booking of new Mehran 800cc. the new Alto 660cc will be introduced as an alternative from next month. The company already given parts supply schedules to the vendors and many of the orders have already been delivered. So, the upcoming Suzuki Alto 660cc would be unveiled in Pakistan Auto Parts Show which will be held from April 12 to 14 in Karachi. The 50% local parts would be assembled and as its demand will be high the parts would be increased in it. Other details and official notification has been given in below section.
Upcoming Suzuki Alto 660cc
Here is a big news for the people who want to buy Mehran 800cc in this year. It is not possible to get now because Pak Suzuki has discontinued the booking of Mehran 800cc. Company announced an alternative of this vehicle as Suzuki Alto 660cc. now the customers can buy the upcoming Suzuki Alto 660cc from next month. The official notification for the discontinuing of the booking of Mehran 800cc is as under.
There is the chance that the upcoming Suzuki Alto 660cc would be disclosed in Pakistan Auto Parts Show. This will be held from April 12 to 14 in Karachi this year. The auto parts supply has been is scheduled already and many orders have been delivered to the vendors.
Pak Suzuki also increases the bike prices by Rs.8000/– to compete with the competitors in market.
Honda Prices Increment
In the auto market one more vehicle named Honda Civic’s ‘facelift’ will be announced with price hike of Rs.100000/- in the second week of this month.
Honda Atlas Cars Limited has already increased the price of Honda Civic by Rs.325000/– to 340000/- following 10pc imposition of federal excise duty on vehicles above 1700cc.