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Suzuki races up motorcycle prices by up to Rs16,000

August 3, 2022 01:06 PM


As the marathon race among the companies to raise prices continues, the Suzuki company on Wednesday heavily increased rates of all its motorcycles ranging from Rs10,000 to Rs16,000, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

The price of Suzuki GD110cc has been increased by Rs10,000. So, its new price will now be Rs229,000.

Suzuki GS rate was enhanced by Rs12,000, taking the total price to Rs251,000.

The new price of Suzuki GS150SE will be Rs271,000 after a raise of Rs15,000 in its rate.

The price of Suzuki GR has been soared by Rs16,000, taking its new price to Rs365,000.

 

Reporter Shahzad Khan



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