Pak Suzuki increased prices following its competitors. According to our source cost is increase up to 15,000.
New Suzuki Bike Prices
Suzuki GD110S has witnessed an increase in price. 8,000. The new price for the bike is Rs. 207,000 instead of the earlier price of 199,000. 199,000.
The cost of the Suzuki GS150 has increased by Rs. 10,000 and will cost the price of Rs. 225,000, compared to the previous cost of Rs. 215,000.
The price of the 3rd bike, the Suzuki GS150SE is now up by more than Rs. 10,000 and now you can purchase it at a price of Rs. 242,000, compared to its earlier value of. 232,000.
In addition, the company has raised the price of the Suzuki GR150 by the amount of Rs. 15,000, as the price is at Rs. 330,000, compared to the previous rate of Rs. 315,000.
Previous Price Hike In Suzuki Bikes
The company increased prices from December 1st 2021, bringing them up to Rs. 8,000. There’s no stopping these repeated price hikes for bikes because the manufacturers are increasing the prices continuously, without giving a particular reason. If the pattern continues to remain similar, the bike is soon to be beyond the reach of the general public. Some time ago the bike was thought of as an ordinary ride however it appears that similar to cars, the bike could also be a dream for the masses.
According to data from the Finance Ministry, 94% of bicycle components are made locally in Pakistan so the majority of spare parts are imported. Therefore, global raw material costs and shipping charges shouldn’t have an effect on bikes. however, companies are increasing them repeatedly. In the meantime, the government has not done anything to combat it because it is not able in place to monitor the prices.
We are hoping that this trend will soon end and everyone will breathe the relief of a sigh.
How do you feel about the price hikes? What has this hike done to you? Comment below. comments section.
The company was established in September 1982 , as a joint venture of and the Government of Pakistan and Suzuki Motor Japan to formalize the agreement by which Awami Auto Ltd. had developed Suzuki SS80. Suzuki SS80 from 1982. [3The company was founded in 1982. Suzuki initially owned just 25% company and has steadily increased their stake to now have 73.09 percent. Pak-Suzuki was jointly owned by and the semi-government Pakistan Automobile Corporation (PACO) that had previously managed local assembly of kits. 4 Pak Suzuki is the market leader in the Pakistan Automobile Market by having more than 60 percent (as of December 31, 2011) in market shares. In spite of having no competition at all, Pak Suzuki has had market share that is more than 50% since the beginning of its existence and is the only company with a complete monopoly on the small car market. In addition to providing automobile-related services such as Suzuki Finance and Suzuki Insurance, Pak Suzuki also deals in Pak Suzuki Certified Used Cars.
The ability to build two of them, the Carry and Jimny locally from 1976, Suzuki’s initial locally-built product was the 800cc ST90 Carry Van and Truck. A yearly rate of 25,000 was the initial production. Then, in 1984, 1,000 cm Jimny (SJ410) along with the the 800 Calo/Fronte (called “FX”) had been added to the lineup and another plant was scheduled for 1985. 5] Cars manufactured from Suzuki Pakistan often lack essential features that are common in other vehicles including airbagsand rear window defoggers and seat belts for the rear. in 2006, Pak Suzuki offered factory-fitted CNG two years following rival Dewan Motors started offering the option in their locally built Hyundai Santros. Pak suzuki is one of the best brand in pakistan. It is renowed for best car manufacture in Pakistan like alto, and cultus. As of 2022, Suzuki bikes plant produces approximately 55,000+ units annually.
According to information from the Finance Ministry, 94% of the bicycle parts are manufactured locally in Pakistan which means that the majority of spare components are imported. So the cost of raw materials worldwide and shipping costs shouldn’t have an the same effect on bicycles. But, companies are constantly increasing these costs. Meanwhile the government hasn’t taken any action to stop it since it isn’t equipped to keep track of the price.
In 2012, the Pakistani-built Suzuki Mehran remained possibly the only car that still had the carbureted engine. However, at the end of 2012, Suzuki Mehrans have been equipped with EFI engines to comply with the older Euro-II standard for emissions. It was announced that the Suzuki Mehran was finally discontinued in March of 2019. In a joint venture, Pak Suzuki is also investing in a glass-making company.