As expected, Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) has announced a price hike for all cars after Toyota Indus Motor Company (IMC) and Honda Atlas Cars Limited (HACL).

The revised retail sale prices will come into effect from January 25, 2023, according to PSMC.

Here are the new prices:

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ModelOld Price (Rs)New Price (Rs)Increase (Rs)
Alto VX1,699,0001,859,000160,000
Alto VXR 1,976,0002,156,000180,000
Alto VXR AGS 2,120,0002,310,000190,000
Alto AGS2,223,0002,423,000200,000
Wagon R VXR 2,421,0002,629,000208,000
Wagon R VXL 2,564,0002,789,000225,000
Wagon R AGS 2,802,0003,059,000257,000
Cultus VXR 2,754,0003,039,000285,000
Cultus VXL 3,024,0003,339,000315,000
Cultus AGS 3,234,0003,569,000335,000
Swift GL MT3,180,0003,479,000299,000
Swift GL CVT3,420,0003,742,000322,000
Swift GLX CVT3,760,0004,115,000355,000
Ravi 1,424,0001,539,000115,000
Ravi w/o Deck 1,349,0001,464,000115,000
Bolan Van 1,500,0001,619,000119,000
Bolan Cargo1,487,0001,606,000119,000

Surprisingly, the automaker has announced the highest price increase for its flagship hatchback, the Suzuki Swift GLX variant, which will now be sold for Rs4.115 million, a Rs355,000 increase from its previous price of Rs3.760 million. 

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According to the notification from PSMC, the revised retail prices include the FED and sales tax but exclude advance income tax, with another condition that the prices are subject to change without notice at the time of delivery.