More Spy Shots of the New Suzuki Cultus

Pakistani auto market has seen significant progress over the last six months or so. It all began back in July 2016 with the launch of highly anticipated 10th Generation Honda Civic followed by Toyota Hilux Revo & Fortuner, Suzuki Vitara, Suzuki Ciaz and now, the auto consumers in Pakistan are on their toes to witness the launch of the New Suzuki Cultus.

Back in January 31st 2017, one of PakWheels Facebook Community members  was able to get first spy shots of New Suzuki Cultus, globally known as Suzuki Celerio.

Earlier today, one of the PakWheels Facebook Community members was able to get more spy shots of the New Cultus in Pakistan, which confirms that the launch of this highly anticipated hatchback car is just around the corner.




According to PakWheels sources, the car is expected to hit the market in the second quarter of 2017 (i.e. April to June). As stated earlier, this car will probably be placed above Suzuki WagonR and below Suzuki Swift, which will enable Pak-Suzuki to offer 5 products with a controlled margin to cater different requirements of consumers.

Predictions are being made that this car is going to be priced somewhere around PKR 1.2 – 1.4 million.

Stay tuned with PakWheels for further updates!

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  1. Its time that suzuki should offer a CVT gearbox. Most people buy small cars as a second car for city use and one of the reasons that Japanese cars are hit in this segment is due to their automatic gearbox and better fuel economy. CVT solves both of them.

  2. Bro expecting Pak Suzuki to do the right thing is like expecting our politicians to be free of corruption :slight_smile:

  3. car is both vxl and vxr??

    strange. is it expected with an auto box or manual?

  4. We are still in era where vxr and vxl mean colored side mirrors and Chrome, pathetic, grow up pak suzuki and give something meaningful to us.

  5. I guess it will be like Wagon R variants i.e. VXR won't have powered steering, powered windows and central locking.

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