Suzuki increases prices of Cultus variants

Lahore: Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMC) has increased prices of Cultus variants after introducing some new features. These two variants are the VXL and the AGS. The company claimed that it has tried to rationalise the increase in prices with the help of these new features. The new features include MP 5 capacitive multi-touch screens with an 8-inch display, Bluetooth, Auxiliary, USB, Radio, SD card slot, and screen mirroring option. 

The price of Cultus VXL model has been increased from Rs1.855 million to Rs1.865 million while price of Cultus AGS variant has been hiked from Rs1.975 million to Rs1.985 million.

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Prices of both models have been increased by Rs10,000. All these features have been introduced under its infotainment system upgrade. Pak Suzuki claimed that it has always aspired to bring product augmentation to meet the ever-increasing expectations of the customers.  Pak Suzuki has also informed its dealers to focus on increasing the prospects and informing their sales teams in a timely fashion. 

On the other hand, Suzuki has announced that it will observe three non-production days in February. 

In a notification sent to the Pakistan Stock Exchange on Thursday, the company said production operation of the automobile segment will remain closed on February 3, 4 and 10. The company did not assign any reason for closure this time.  

Pak Suzuki observed four non-production days in January due to slow demand.

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  1. Extremely third class manufacturer, Pakistani people only buy because it’s resales otherwise it’s bull shit, same varients produced in other countries cast only 1.million,here Suzuki gets upto 1.9m now, totally rediculus very serious jock with public.

  2. Absolutely Ridiculous decesion of increasing price with the same poor quality,the reason behind is not check & balance from the government,all brands are given an open hand to do whatever they want,no questions will be asked & the citizens will bear all as always 🙁
    I know my voice will not be heared but doing what a Pakistani citizen always do,running mouth knowing there’s no one to listen 🙁
    Last thing: Suzuki said they increase prices due to low demand,what the ……. is this what we are taught in marketing,increase price when the demand is low???

  3. The investors endourse these prices to get high returns on their investments. The PSMC is playing with the psychology of the nation. No solid justification of any (including all previous) price increase.

  4. Suzuki is producing very low quality vehicles with less features compared to other countries and getting high price. In near future there would b no customer for the suzuki vehicles

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