Earlier, Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited introduced its all-new Alto VXR which now has been upgraded and comes with an air conditioner and airbags, which will now cost Rs 1.433 million, which is a price hike of Rs.35,000.
Suzuki’s cheapest car is the Alto’s basic version VX that is priced at Rs 1.2 million and doesn’t have an AC or airbags.
Alto being one of the cheapest car in the, has a huge share in the market and no other competitor like Prince Pearl or Bravo can challenge them in the current scenario.
Pak Suzuki launched the fifth generation Alto 1000cc in 2000 while selling the 800cc Mehran (second generation Alto) side by side before the former was discontinued in 2012.
Pakwheels CEO Sunil Manj said that since the new Suzuki Alto is giving a fuel average of approximately 20km/litre with a 3-year/60,000km warranty, it will come as a relief for car users in Pakistan amidst high inflation and deteriorating economy. “It is the first Pakistani car in the 660cc category and is promising a good after-sales service and fuel efficiency,” he told Profit.
Alto’s top variant AGS is now priced at Rs 1,633,000 after a price hike of Rs35,000. The WagonR VXR, after a price hike of Rs 42,000, is now priced at Rs 1,640,000 while its VXL version will be selling at Rs1,730,000 after a Rs35,000 price increase.