Like all of its two-wheeler competitors in the Pakistani market, Pak Suzuki has once more announced an increase in prices across the board as a result of the depreciation of the Pakistani rupee (PKR).
Due to price rises, the bulk of motorbike buyers can no longer afford the vehicles. Unfortunately, the Chinese bike, which has increased in price and decreased in quality, is the only option available for the locals.
Here is the price list:
It’s significant to note that Pak Suzuki has declared four price increases since the year’s beginning. A price increase for Pak Suzuki’s automobile lineup was also announced in addition to motorbikes.
Many assemblers have reported running out of materials that are essential for production, which most automakers have mostly blamed on the Pakistani rupee’s continuing fall against the US dollar.