Pak Suzuki increases prices of all models

Rates have gone up in the range of Rs14,000 to Rs30,000.

Express October 01, 2011


After Indus Motor, another carmaker Pak Suzuki Motor Company has raised prices of different models in the range of Rs14,000 to Rs30,000.

The new price of Mehran VX (excluding tax) will be Rs495,000 with an increase of Rs14,000. Mehran VXR will cost Rs547,000 after a rise of Rs14,000. Mehran VX CNG price will be Rs556,000, up Rs19,000 while Mehran VXR CNG will cost Rs605,000, up Rs19,000.

Bolan VX will have a price tag of Rs574,000 (excluding tax) with an increase of Rs14,000 while Bolan VXR will cost Rs633,000 with a rise of Rs14,000. Bolan VX CNG will cost Rs640,000, up Rs19,000 while Bolan VXR CNG will be sold for Rs701,000 after a price increase of Rs19,000. The price tag for Cargo Van will be Rs550,000 following a rise of Rs14,000.

The price of Ravi (excluding tax) has been increased by Rs14,000 to Rs522,000 while Ravi CNG price has risen by Rs19,000 to Rs586,000.

Cultus (price excluding tax) will cost Rs905,000 following an increase of Rs20,000 while Cultus CNG will be sold for Rs965,000, Rs27,000 more than the previous price.

The price of Alto (excluding tax) has been increased by Rs17,000 to Rs707,000 while the CNG version will be available at Rs771,000 with an increase of Rs22,000. The price of Liana RXI (excluding tax) has gone up by Rs30,000 to Rs1.232 million and Liana RXI CNG price has also risen by Rs30,000 to Rs1.301 million.

Swift DX will cost Rs1.03 million after an increase of Rs25,000 while Swift DLX will be available at Rs1.13 million with a rise of Rs25,000.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 2nd, 2011.  


Haroon Madni | 9 years ago | Reply

@khurram kaleem: Khurram you wont have to pay any extra money . if your payment at Pak Suzuki was recieved before 30 th september. they wont ask u for any additional amount . so relax .. life cant be that unfair

aasia sohail mian | 9 years ago | Reply

Every body in Pakistan is grabbing and snatching money with both hands. There is no government and authority which can control prices in Pakistan. Poor souls the citizens of Pakistan have no courage to resist.

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