Pak Suzuki Stops Booking Cultus from Feb 1
Pak Suzuki Motors has announced to stop taking the orders of its 1,000cc Suzuki Cultus, with effect from February 1, 2017. All the authorized dealers within the country have been notified. In addition, the company has directed them to stop booking new orders for the car as per written in the notification from February 1.
“We are discontinuing the booking of Cultus, effective from February 1st, 2017,” as per the notification.
The company also informed the dealers to guide their sales team and customers accordingly. However, the Pak Suzuki will serve all the pending orders of Cultus as per their commitment.
The company aims to replace Suzuki Cultus with latest 1,000cc Celerio. The company had introduced Suzuki Cultus as a replacement of Suzuki Khyber in the year 2000. Pak Suzuki motors is the country’s largest automaker and are all set to launch Suzuki Celerio in March 2017.
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Moreover, the company has already announced its plans to start production of Suzuki Alto 660cc by 2018 within the country to replace all-time economical Mehran 800cc. The company is deciding for the replacement under New Auto Policy made by the govt of Pakistan.