Suzuki Alto VX Price Increased

Suzuki Alto VX Price Increased 1

Pak Suzuki has increased the price of the base model of the Alto 660cc in Pakistan. In a notification sent to the authorized dealerships, the company has announced that it has increased the price of Alto VX by Rs 63,000.

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With this increase the base Alto VX now cost Rs 1,198,000 exclusive of Advance Income Tax. The revised price is effective from the 7th of July 2020. Pak Suzuki has informed that customers who have already booked with full payment will not be charged any price difference. The company hasn’t given any reason behind the increase; however the prices of other Alto variants remain unchanged as of now.

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The Alto VX is the most basic variant in the lineup and comes without AC, alloy wheels, wheel caps, power windows/mirrors, matching door handles/ side mirrors & cd player as well as deprived off the safety features including ABS and airbags.

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Usman Ali
Usman Ali
30 days ago

Usman Bhai plz bring the information of Proton Saga. Thanks

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Khurram
Khurram
30 days ago

Wow, I am seriously dumbfounded, however, what else should we expect, we have fasadis and ill-informed and uneducated people trying to tell us that virus is found in Defence area only because people are offering namaz in masjid while observing SoPs’.

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30 days ago

In the wake of coronavirus, the amount of vitriol targeted towards mosques by exactly the same people who attend those mosques is not only surprising but also exposes their hypocrisy. Meanwhile the people going to mosques are usually following SOPs assigned by the government (whether those SOPs are logical/valid/scientific basis is another debate, only talking about compliance here). The government is meting out SOPs to mosques and president himself came on TV to spell out those SOPs but in government meetings all the officials are usually huddled together (easily seen in TV and print coverage) but the same people who… Read more »