One of Pak Suzuki Motor Company’s (PSMC) best-selling vehicles, Suzuki Cultus, will reportedly no longer be produced. According to reports, all variants of the hatchback will be officially phased out in the upcoming months.
According to Pakwheels, Alto and Swift sales had an impact on Cultus sales, and the company intended to actively promote Swift while boosting Alto sales.
If the rumours are true, it may be terrible news for those who adore this tiny hatchback since Cultus has long held the top spot in the 1,000cc category.
According to information from the Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA), PSMC sold more than 9,800 Alto in March of this year. In April, the amount fell to 5,000. In May, sales slightly increased to about 5,400.
It is also worth noting that PSMC has not made any public statements about the development. Once the business issues a formal statement regarding this, PSMC’s response will be added.
The current generation of Suzuki Cultus was introduced in 2017. The hatchback is available in three variations from PSMC: VX, VXR, and VXL. Since its debut, Cultus has dominated the 1,000cc segment of the home market due to its compact size and impressive fuel economy.
It is still too early to tell if these rumours are true, as several reports from last month that Pak Suzuki was preparing to reintroduce the Mehran turned out to be false after The Current obtained confirmation from numerous dealerships.