Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) has apparently taken the decision to stop production of one of their top-selling vehicles, Cultus. Based on reports Cultus has been officially removed in the next few months.
According to reports, Cultus’ sales Cultus have been affected by sale from Alto and Swift and the company trying to market Swift more effectively and to increase Alto’s sales. Alto.
The data provided by the Pakistan Automotive Manufacturers Association (PAMA) indicates that PSMC sold more than 9800 vehicles in the model Alto in March of this year. The sales dropped to 5,000 by April. Sales slightly improved to 5,400 in May. Also Read
It is important to note this point the fact that PSMC has not yet issued an official statement on the matter. PSMC’s response will be made public when the company releases an official statement on this matter.
The latest Cultus was unveiled in the year 2017. PSMC released three variants of the hatchback: VXR, VXL and AGS. Since its introduction, Cultus has been dominating the 1000cc segment in the American market.
Cultus comes with airbags and power steering. It also has immobilizer, power windows, as well as keyless entry. Just a few months ago, PSMC was forced to put off the development of Cultus because of the shortage of airbags.