Following other car producers, Pak Suzuki has additionally marked down the car costs. As per the notice, the costs of Suzuki Alto, Cultus, Wagon R, Swift, and Bolan have been decreased after the declaration of the new auto arrangement. The new costs are applied from July first, 2021.
As per the notification, the price of Suzuki Alto VX is Rs1,113,000 as compared to its previous rate of Rs1,198,000, meaning the price has come down by Rs85,000. The price of Alto VXR has seen a drop of Rs98,000 from its original price of Rs1,433,000 to the new rate of Rs1,335,000. The third variant of Alto VXL AGS saw a drop of Rs112,000 as its new rate is Rs1,521,000 against its last price of Rs1,633,000.
Coming to Suzuki Cultus, the price of the first variant, Cultus VXR has decreased by Rs1,25,000, meaning the new rate of this car is Rs1,655,000 against its old price of Rs1,780,000. The second variant, Cultus VXL, saw a drop of Rs140,000 as its new price is Rs1,830,000 against the old rate of Rs1,970,000. The rate of the top-of-the-line variant, Cultus VXL AGS has come down to Rs1,975,000 from the old price of Rs2,130,000, meaning a decline of Rs155,000.
Suzuki Wagon R
Wagon R VXR, the first variant has seen a rate decrease of Rs110,000 to a new price of Rs1,530,000 against the old rate of Rs1,640,000. Meanwhile, Wagon R VXL‘s price is declined by Rs120,000, so the new price is Rs1,610,000 against its previous rate of Rs1,730,000.
The third variant, Wagon RAGS has seen a decrease of Rs130,000, taking it to the new price of Rs1,760,000 from Rs1,890,000.
The first variant, Swift DLX 1.3‘s old price was Rs2,030,000 while the new price is Rs1,972,000, meaning it saw a price cut of Rs58,000. The second variant, Swift AT, has seen a decline of Rs62,000, making the new price Rs2,148,000 against the old rate of Rs2,210,000.
The price of Suzuki Bolan VX has seen a drop of Rs85,000, taking it a new rate of Rs1,049,000 against the old rate of Rs1,134,000.