After Kia, Toyota and Honda, Pak Suzuki as also announced the price revisions across the lineup (including CKD & CBU models) citing depreciating currency value and rising shipping & raw material costs as the reason behind the hike. The revised prices will be effective from the 11th of November 2021.
According to Pak Suzuki, the orders booked/received with 100% payment till November 10, 2021 shall be invoiced at the prices prevailing at the time of booking/ receiving of the order. As per the revisions, the prices of Alto has been raised by up to Rs 183,000, the prices of Wagon R variants have witnessed a bumped by up to Rs 264,000 and that of Cultus have been jacked by up to Rs 297,000. The prices of 42 years old duo– Ravi & Bolan have also been revised by up to Rs 97,000 and Rs 100,000 respectively.
Furthermore the company has also revised the prices of its CBU variants. With an increase of Rs 95,000 the APV is now available for Rs 4,675,000, Jimny with an increase of Rs 100,000 is now available for Rs 4,590,000 whereas the Vitara GLX with an increase of Rs 100,000 is now available for Rs 6,600,000.
It was already being speculated that car prices in Pakistan were to witness an increase due to aforementioned reasons. However the government made Changan withdraw the price hike in August and later threatened to fix prices of cars sold in the country. But considering the current circumstances, this doesn’t seem to be happening as other automakers are also expected to announce the price revisions soon.
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