Suzuki Alto 660cc Price to be increased by Rs.1.5 lac – Research Snipers

Suzuki Alto 660cc Price to be increased by Rs.1.5 lac

The highly anticipated car of the year, Alto 660cc was launched by Pak Suzuki back on 15th June 2019 at the Pak China Friendship Centre. Pak Suzuki is all set to increase the price of different variants of Alto 660cc between PKR 1 lac to 1.5 lac from August 2019.

There are three variants of Pak Suzuki Alto 660cc, VX, VXR and VXL.  The prices of these three variants were PKR 9,99,000 (VX), PKR 11,01,000 (VXR), and PKR 12,95,000 (VXL). But now the prices of the variants will increase by up to Rs.1.5 lac.

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Basically, Alto 660cc is a 5-door hatchback with right-hand drive option (RHD). It is equipped with a 3-cylinder 658 cc R06A petrol engine mated to either a 5-speed manual or auto gear shift (AGS) transmission.

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The maximum output power of the hatchback is 39hp at 6500 rpm and a torque of 56 Nm at 4000 rpm. The top of the line variant VXL (AGS) has power windows, ABS, and an SRS airbag. The hatchback is quite spacious. Also, the VXL variant is equipped with an AC and an up-to-date touchscreen LCD.

2 thoughts on “Suzuki Alto 660cc Price to be increased by Rs.1.5 lac

  1. This shit hole manipulative NAPAK SUZUKI increased the price of alto, which is not at all justifiable for a locally manufactured car…..I WISH I NEVER HAD BOOKED THIS PIECE OF CRAP…and now i am stuck with it….
    Its not even a proper car due to indequate air conditioning…..i wish i had bought / booked a higher engine displacement hatch back fom another manufacturer (FAW to be precise)….which falls in the same price bracket….I REALLY REGRET MY decision….This shit of a company did not bother to intimate me of provisional booking number so to avoid balance payment and waited for a price hike……

  2. So if we booked the car on 31/07/2019, are we going to be paying the hike in price? Honestly, its bullshit if we have to pay the extra price even after booking a day before the hike. And worst is people at Suzuki told us we did not have to pay the increase in price.

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