Pak Suzuki raises car prices again
LAHORE – The country's most popular automaker, Pak Suzuki has raised the prices of its different vehicles once again by up to Rs1.1 million.
The new rates, which have been made applicable with immediate effect, are for the Suzuki Alto, Suzuki Swift, APV, Wagon R and Cultus.
The price of Cultus witnessed an increase of Rs70,000 to reach Rs1,970,000 from its previous rate of Rs1,900,000.
Similarly, the new prices of 660cc Alto’s two variants have been set at Rs1.4 million and Rs1.6 million after an increase of Rs35,000.
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Moreover, the company has revised the price of Suzuki Swift with an increase of Rs215,000, taking its price to Rs2.2 million.
Pak Suzuki has also increased the price of its 1,500cc APV by Rs1.1 million. The new price stands at Rs4.5 million.
The price of Suzuki Wagon R has gone up by Rs35,000 and its two variants are now selling at Rs1.6 million and Rs1.7 million.
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