Pak Suzuki has raised the prices of its bikes by up to Rs 4,000 and the price of the APV was increased by Rs 1,115,000. The new bike prices will take effect from February 1.
The cost of the APV went from Rs 3,460,000 to Rs 4,575,000 after this jump. This is one of the largest recent price increases in the local automotive industry.
It is important to note that this All-Purpose Vehicle (APV) is imported and not manufactured/assembled locally by Pak Suzuki. In the last year or so, the rise in automobile prices in Pakistan has become the routine.
In bikes, Suzuki GR150 is now priced at Rs 290,000. Meanwhile, GS150 and GS150SE price has been raised by Rs 4,000 each. The new price for GS150 is 197,000, and GS150SE 214,000.
Earlier, the companies blamed the high price of the US dollar, but the pattern persisted, even though the price of the dollar has fallen by Rs 8 in recent months.
In addition, since the second half of 2020, companies have been reporting consistently strong sales, but prices have declined to remain stable in the local market.
Features of Suzuki APV
Following are salient features of Suzuki APV:
The Suzuki APV comes in 1.5-liter DOHC 16 Valve Inline-4 engines, equipped with 5-Speed Manual Transmission.
Even for an MPV, the APV 2021 exterior features a rather boxy style. Trapezium side swept headlights, a rectangular grille with dual chrome accents, a wide rectangular air intake and regular round fog lights are positioned at the front end. Rectangular stacked taillights and a regular case tailgate are located at the rear end.
Beige and black plastic trimming parts compromise the interior of the car. Beige cloth covers the front and rear seats. Air conditioning, a 4-speaker 2 tweeter stereo speaker system, power windows, power steering, power lock doors and a tachometer are standard features.
The Suzuki APV 2021 provides a reasonable amount of interior space, as 8 individuals with a decent level of comfort can sit in it.