Pak Suzuki increased the price of its 1,500cc APV by Rs 1.1 million.
Pak Suzuki increases car prices by as much as Rs1.1m Source: Samaa. tv

Pak Suzuki has expanded the cost of its 1,500cc APV by Rs 1.1 million. The minivan will presently be selling for Rs4.5 million.

The price of Alto 660cc increased

The cost of Suzuki’s most selling 660cc Alto vehicle has gone up by Rs35,000. Its two variations will presently cost Rs1.4 million and Rs1.6 million.

Price of Suzuki swift increased

Suzuki Swift has seen an expansion of Rs215,000 in its cost. It’ll presently cost Rs2.2 million.

The price of Cultus increased

Cultus will currently be selling for Rs19.7 million after an expansion of Rs70,000. The cost of Suzuki Wagon R has gone up by Rs35,000. Its two variations are presently cost at Rs1.6 million and Rs1.7 million.

This news would be difficult to accept for a larger part of individuals is because this is the seventh time Suzuki has lifted the costs of its cars.

Pak Suzuki confronting issues in delivering cars

Pak Suzuki was confronting issues in delivering vehicles on schedule, particularly the Cultus and Swift hatchbacks.

Pak Suzuki official said on January 23, “We can’t deliver the Cultus and Swift vehicles that should be delivered in November 2020”. He added that this is because of supply chain problems the business is confronting.

The auto business isn’t the one who is dealing with this issue.“When countries went into lockdown due to the pandemic, shipping lines laid off many people. Ships and containers were standing idle at ports,” said the director of Master Changan Motors sales and marketing division, Shabiruddin. Company has also been facing related issues. Global trade as a whole has been influenced due to blocked delivery lines.

Work at ports slowed down due to a small labor force and the COVID-19 limitations. It has been requiring some time to unload the cargo from a vessel. Moreover, numerous vehicle parts come from Japan where creation has been affected because of the COVID-19 limitations. Shipments from Japan come after stopping at places like Singapore.

Shipping lines are short in labor, which has blocked the whole interaction of delivery goods.

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