Suzuki Alto latest Price – April 2023

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Suzuki alto price hike

With the arrival of April and the ongoing uncertainty in the economic conditions of Pakistan, it was inevitable for automobile manufacturers to keep the prices the same. Pak Suzuki Motors Company has revealed a new Suzuki Alto price hike in 2023. The latest prices will be affected from 6th April 2023.


Pak Suzuki Motor Company has six models available in the market. We have Suzuki Alto, Suzuki Cultus, Suzuki WagonR, Suzuki Swift, Suzuki Bolan, and Suzuki Ravi in the markets. All of these models have experienced a recent price hike of up to Rs. 235,000 for the fourth time in 2023.

Suzuki Alto Price Hike

Suzuki alto price hike

I am speaking specifically of the Suzuki Alto price hike. The company has raised the price from Rs. 107,000 to Rs. 140,000. Four variants are available in Suzuki Alto: VX, VXR, VXR AGS, and VXL AGS. The increased prices for each Suzuki Alto variant are as follows.

Suzuki Alto VX’s previous price was Rs. 2,144,000. It has now risen to Rs. 2,251,000 with an increase of Rs. 107,000.

The Alto VXR variant’s previous price was 2,487,000. It has risen to Rs. 2,612,000 with a price hike of Rs. 125,000.

Suzuki Alto VXR AGS was available at a price tag of Rs. 2,665,000. After this recent price hike of Rs. 134,000, it will be available for Rs. 2,799,000.

The top variant of Suzuki Alto: Suzuki Alto VXL AGS’s new price is Rs. 2,935,000 after an increase of Rs. 140,000. Its previous price was Rs. 2,795,000.

VariantOld Price (PKR)New Price (PKR)Difference (PKR)
Alto VX2,144,0002,251,000107,000
Alto VXR2,487,0002,612,000125,000
Alto VXR AGS2,665,0002,799,000134,000
Alto AGS2,795,0002,935,000140,000


Suzuki alto price hike

The Suzuki Alto price hike is subject to economic conditions, inflation rate, forex fluctuations, and government taxes. Due to all these factors, the sale price of any car may be affected at the time of purchase. Therefore, Pak Suzuki Motors Company advise all dealers to communicate with their customers about all the terms and conditions of the sales and bookings to avoid any inconvenience.

Because of all the worsening economic conditions, the manufacturers are forced to increase the price to meet their expenses. However, that is drastically affecting the sale. PSMC is experiencing the lowest deal due to low demand. With every price rise, the sales are falling for PSMC,, which has laid some burden upon the customers to meet the costs.

Duaa Naeem
Duaa Naeem
Dua is a seasoned writer who loves to write on Pakistani Entertainment and Infotainment while having her Masters in English literature

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