KARACHI: Barring Mehran VX and Mehran VXR, Pak Suzuki Motor Company Ltd (PSMCL) gave the first shock of new year to the consumers by increasing prices of motorbikes and four wheelers by Rs5,000-8,000 and Rs30,000-40,000, respectively, effective from Tuesday.
The price jump in imported vehicles ranges between Rs100,000-322,000.
The new price of WagonR VXR is Rs1.124 million and VXL is Rs1.313m, while Cultus VXR, VXL and AGS are now priced at Rs1.410m, Rs1.531m and Rs1.638m respectively.
Swift DLX NV will now carry a price tag of Rs1.555m and AT NV model of Rs1.691m. While Bolan, Cargo Van and Ravi now sell at Rs854,000, Rs820,000 and Rs776,000, respectively.
APV is now tagged at Rs3.040m, Ciaz MT at Rs2.060m, Ciaz AT at Rs2.200m, Vitara at Rs3.990m and Jimny JLDX MT is available at Rs2.393m.
In two wheelers, the prices of GD-1105 and GS150 have been fixed at Rs155,000 and Rs162,000, while new rates of GS150SE and GR150 are Rs180,000 and Rs243,000, respectively.
The PSMCL has maintained its past practice by not mentioning any reason for price hike.
Published in Dawn, January 2nd, 2019