According to recent reports from Japanese motoring media, the 9th generation Suzuki Alto is set to make its debut in December 2020.
Suzuki Alto saw 30,916 units sold in FY2019-20 however if we observe, Pak Suzuki was able to sell a handsome 23,678 Alto units in the first 6 months of the fiscal year (averaging 3,946 units per month), whereas in the remaining six months, the sales saw a 70% decline with just 7,238 units sold (averaging 1,206 units a month)
Pak Suzuki is offering a 1-year Free Maintenance deal on its selected models. According to company, buyers of Suzuki Wagon R VXL, Wagon R VXL AGS and Alto VXL AGS who make their purchase between 15th July and 30th September can avail benefits up to Rs 172,717.
Pak Suzuki has increased the price of base model Alto VX 660cc by Rs 63,000. With this increase the Alto VX now cost Rs 1,198,000 exclusive of Advance Income Tax.
Four Pak Suzuki hatchbacks, the 660cc Alto, 1000cc Cultus & WagonR and 1300cc Swift have recorded their lowest ever sales in the month of March 2020 according to the latest data released by Pakistan Automobile Manufacturers Association (PAMA).
In order to reinvigorate the dropping sales, Pak Suzuki is offering ‘Free Registration’ with the purchase of Alto 660cc
Despite a massive slowdown in automobile market, the Pak Suzuki Alto 660cc has enjoyed handsome sales in Pakistan
Pak Suzuki will observe 4 non-production days (NPD) in January 2020 due to weakening demand of its cars. According to a notification sent to its vendors, the company will keep its plant shut on every Monday of this month.
Sales of Pak Suzuki Alto seems to be subduing as in November 2,967 units were sold compared to 4,048 units in October, which reflects a 27% decline in sales on month-on-month basis.
The Alto 600cc is doing wonders for Pak Suzuki. Having replaced the 30-year old Mehran in June, the new entry level hatchback went on to …