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  • KKH blocked in Abbottabad against wagon stand’s relocation

    ABBOTTABAD: The PPP-Shaheed Bhutto activists on Thursday blocked the Karakorum Highway for five hours at Fawara Chowk here to protest the local administration’s decision to relocate the wagon stand...

    Deputy commissioner Khalid Mehmood told reporters that the decision to relocate the wagon stand was made in consultation with all stakeholders to ensure smooth traffic on the local roads and make the city clean...

  • Suzuki ready to invest $460m in Pakistan if new auto policy revised

    ISLAMABAD: Suzuki plans to invest $460 million into Pakistan if the government provides the right incentives and amends its new auto policy, the company said on Friday...

    Pakistan in March announced a new auto policy that favours potential new entrants over existing manufacturers by offering them lower duties, part of a strategy to attract foreign car makers and loosen the dominance of Suzuki, Toyota and Honda...

  • Toyota, Suzuki eye partnership as industry consolidates

    TOKYO: Toyota and Suzuki said Wednesday they are holding talks about a possible partnership to handle “unprecedented” changes in the global auto industry, as Japan's vehicle sector sees a wave of consolidation...

    Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, and small car specialist Suzuki did not announce details but suggested any partnership could focus on new safety and environmental technologies...

  • Pak Suzuki earns Rs1.31bn

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited’s (PSMCL) profit after tax (PAT) grew 38 per cent to Rs1...

    Also a 2pc price hike for Suzuki WagonR during the first quarter further supported growth in the top-line...

  • Pak Suzuki mulls moving investment to Iran

    KARACHI: A major automaker has threatened to shift its investment for a new plant worth $400-500 million to Iran from Pakistan citing dearth of incentives for existing assemblers in the Automotive Development Policy (ADP) 2016-21...

    Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMCL), which has over 50 per cent market share, informed the government some time back of its plan to make big investments and work on vendor development and new...

  • Suzuki denies cheating on fuel, emissions testing

    TOKYO: Suzuki on Wednesday admitted to finding “discrepancies” in its fuel-economy and emissions testing, but the firm denied deliberately manipulating data to make cars seem more efficient...

    Suzuki joined that list Wednesday, although it admitted that it was not using tests required by the government...

  • Suzuki raises price of bikes, WagonR

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMCL) has increased prices of locally produced bikes by an average Rs5,000 from Friday...

    The new prices of Suzuki SD110 Sprinter ECO, SD110 Raider, GS150, GD110 and GD110S are Rs98,400, Rs101,400, Rs133,500, Rs119,000 and Rs131,000, respectively...

  • CCP probing Toyota, Suzuki practices

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has initiated an inquiry into the possible anti-competitive behaviour of two car manufacturers who are putting unreasonable financial burden on the consumers...

    The inquiry will initially cover the market for consumer vehicles ranging between the engine capacity of 800cc to 1299cc in which Indus Motor Company Limited and Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited are dominant players... ...

  • Pak Suzuki hikes prices by 3pc

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) an­n­o­­unced an increase in prices of all its car models by three per cent or Rs 20,000–30,000 per unit from August 1, 2016...

    Suzuki Ravi’s new price is Rs 667,000 followed by Rs 1...

  • Pak Suzuki to replace Mehran with 660cc Alto

    KARACHI: Pak Suzuki has announced its plans to start local production of Suzuki Alto 660cc by 2018 to replace its iconic Mehran 800cc...

    The information was shared with the Senate Standing Committee on Industries and Production which was visiting Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited (PSMCL) plant on Thursday...

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