After observing a string of non-production days, Pakistan Suzuki Motors Company (PSMC) has good news for hatchback enthusiasts. Park Suzuki has resumed booking its cars, with the exception of its top-selling car called the Alto.
In a recent social media post, PSMC officially announced that it has resumed bookings for the Swift GL MT, Cultus VXR & VXL, Wagon R VXR & VXL, Lavi and Bolan. Previously, the company had informed that it had no immediate plans to resume assembly operations in Japan from January 16.
What was Suzuki’s earnings last month?
Pak Suzuki Motors Company (PSMC) followed an INDU footprint with an 8% decline in sales. The company sold 11,342 last month and 12,387 in November. (down 8% m/m)
Pakistan Suzuki Motor Company sold 6,898 Alto, 1,057 Suzuki Cultus, 872 Suzuki Wagon R, 1,428 Suzuki Swift, 464 Suzuki Bolan and 623 Suzuki Lavi.
CBU car mysteriously removed from Pak Suzuki website
Pak Suzuki, one of the big three in the local auto industry, has quietly removed its Completely Build Units (CBU) lineup from its website. If you go to the company’s website, go to products and press the car button, you’ll only see vehicles locally assembled by Suzuki, including the Alto, Swift, Bolan, Wagon R and Cultus.
The pack Suzuki CBU cars included the Suzuki Vitara, Jimny and APV, but after the Suzuki Ciaz and Mega Carry, the company seems to have decided to end these imports as well. One of the main reasons is low sales as the local industry has been going through tough times over the past few months.
We have reached out to Pac Suzuki officials for their comments on this matter. However, the automaker did not send any reply until the publication of this article. As soon as we receive the work, we add the company’s point of view to the work.
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