Wednesday Jan 25 2023

What are the latest prices of Suzuki cars?

A man walks past a Suzuki outlet, displaying cars in Karachi, Pakistan, July 27, 2022. — Reuters/File
A man walks past a Suzuki outlet, displaying cars in Karachi, Pakistan, July 27, 2022. — Reuters/File

Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) decided to hike the prices of its various car models by up to Rs355,000, a notification issued by the carmaker said Wednesday. 

Earlier on Monday, Honda Atlas Cars — owing to the “uncertain economic conditions” — decided to pass on the burden to its customers by raising the price of its CKD models by up to Rs550,000.

The automobile company said the revised retail sale prices will come into effect from January 25, 2023. 

Here is a price breakdown of the models:


Old Prices

New Prices


Alto VX1,699,0001,859,000+160,000
Alto VXR 1,976,0002,156,000+180,000
Alto VXR AGS 2,120,0002,310,000+190,000
Alto AGS2,223,0002,423,000+200,000
Wagon R VXR 2,421,0002,629,000+208,000
Wagon R VXL 2,564,0002,789,000+225,000
Wagon R AGS 2,802,0003,059,000+257,000
Cultus VXR 2,754,0003,039,000+285,000
Cultus VXL 3,024,0003,339,000+315,000
Cultus AGS 3,234,0003,569,000+335,000
Swift GL MT3,180,0003,479,000+299,000
Swift GL CVT3,420,0003,742,000+322,000
Swift GLX CVT3,760,0004,115,000+355,000
Ravi 1,424,0001,539,000+115,000
Ravi w/o Deck 1,349,0001,464,000+ 115,000
Bolan Van 1,500,0001,619,000+119,000
Bolan Cargo1,487,0001,606,000+119,000

As per the notification, the revised retail prices are inclusive of FED and sales tax and exclusive of advance income tax. 

It added that the prices are subject to change without any prior notice and prices at the time of delivery shall apply. 

"Any government taxes and levies applicable at the time of delivery shall be borne by the customers," said the company. 

Shafiq Ahmed, the spokesperson of the PSMC, said that the automobile company has passed a "minimal portion of rising overheads and economic uncertainty" to its customers.