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Suzuki announces whooping price increase for new fiscal year

Prices have increased by 20pc on average with Cultus now exceeding Rs3m and Swift at Rs4m

August 1, 2022 12:51 PM


Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) has increased its first price increase for FY-23, reported 24NewsHD TV channel. 

The price increase for its Alto lineup is as follows: 

The price increase for its Cultus lineup is as follows: 

The price increase for its Wagon-R lineup is as follows: 

The price increase for its Swift lineup is as follows: 

The price increase for its Bolan lineup is as follows 

The price increase for its Ravi lineup is as follows 

Pertinent to note that the price increase dispels rumors that Suzuki Cultus has been discontinued. At least for now. 

 



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