In the midst of Pakistan’s economic crisis, the country’s automobile industry is struggling to stay afloat. One of the major players in the two-wheeler market, Pak Suzuki Motors, has recently increased the prices of its motorcycles due to the continuous devaluation of the rupee.

This comes as no surprise since Pakistan’s auto industry heavily depends on imports and has been facing obstacles due to restrictions on the opening of letters of credit (LCs) after the rupee’s depreciation.

According to a notification sent by the company to its dealers, the new rates will apply from May 9 and remain unchanged until further notice. The retail prices include the ex-factory product price and freight charges incurred on motorcycles that are delivered to dealerships.


The notification mentioned that the rate of GD110s has increased to Rs335,000, GS150 to Rs364,000, GSX125 to Rs488,000, GR150 to Rs521,000, and GW250JP to Rs1.04 million.


It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time the automobile industry has seen such a price hike. Atlas Honda, Pakistan’s biggest player in the two-wheeler segment in terms of market share, recently increased its motorcycle prices for the fourth time this year, making them more expensive by Rs5,000-15,000.

As the industry continues to face hindrances, it remains to be seen how it will adapt to the current economic conditions.

Here are the new prices for all Suzuki motorcycles:

MotorcyclePrice (in PKR)