Suzuki Cultus

2nd Generation (2007 - Present)


Suzuki Cultus Overview

The Cultus was launched long back in 2000 by Pak Suzuki Motors. It got an engine replacement and a slight facelift in 2007 and in 2013; it got its current facelift version which included front and rear lamp change.

The Cultus was designed keeping the view the need of a hatchback that can accommodate 5 people in comfort; hence it looks a bit expanded in size as compared to the other hatchbacks of its class. The appearance of the Cultus looks old because no major cosmetic changes were introduced to it since its launch.

Inside the Cultus, the interior is very simple and dark toned and basic. There are no electrical and entertainment goodies instead of a single din CD/AUX receiver. The rear leg room is sufficient enough for 3 occupants at the back. The boot space is zero in the CNG variants.

The Cultus is offered with a 993cc I4 engine with 5 speed manual transmission.

The Cultus achieves around 11-12Km/L in city and 13-14Km/L on the highway.

The Cultus is offered in 4 colors. Pearl Red, Graphite Grey, Pearl White and Silky Silver.

The rivals of Cultus are Hyundai Santro and Japanese hatchbacks such as Toyota Vitz, Passo and Daihatsu Mira.

993cc 16valve I4 engine which produces 60BHP @ 6000 RPM

5 speed manual

Seating Capacity:
5 persons

Rack and Pinion


  • Comfortable Ride.

  • Availability of spare parts.


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Excellent car

Posted by MohammedMustafaKhan on Aug 03, 2015

Although its exterior has not changed since 2000 but some little changes like new lights and and chromed front grill makes it a little bit better than before,And if you talk about interior,its not ...


Posted by ozel90 on Dec 01, 2014

I really admire this vehicle. It is probably one of the best productions of Suzuki uptil now. Yes it does lack in a few things but if you can keep this car with care, its probably the best. I h...

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