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Suzuki increases motorcycle prices by up to Rs10,000

July 4, 2022 05:09 PM


Suzuki, like Yamaha, Honda, and other local companies, raised the price of their motorcycles, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Suzuki raised the price of its motorcycles from Rs7,000 to Rs10,000.

The price of the Suzuki GD 110cc has increased by Rs8,000 to reach Rs219,000.

The price of the Suzuki GS 150cc has spiked by Rs7,000. 

Now Suzuki GS 150cc will be available at Rs239,000.

Suzuki GS150 SE price has witnessed hike by Rs7,000 to Rs256,000.

The price of the Suzuki GR 150cc has surged by Rs10,000 to Rs349,000.

Suzuki also raised the processing fee in instalments by Rs3000.

Reporter: Shahzad Khan Abdali



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