Swift price is ‘as much as Fortuner’ in Pakistan, Alto’s price will blow your senses too!
- The value of our rupee is almost three times that of the Pakistani rupee.
- Cars in Pakistan are quite expensive despite the difference in currency.
- Inflation in Pakistan has been increasing continuously for the last few months.
Swift car price in Pakistan: Inflation has made life difficult for people in all the countries of the world, but in Pakistan it has caused a lot of devastation. There has been a tremendous jump in the prices of everyday items to vehicles. The cost of inflation is that not only Swift, but the price of Alto in Pakistan is so much that you will be blown away after hearing it. While the Maruti Swift car price in India starts from around Rs.6 lakhs, its starting price in Pakistan is around Rs.34 lakhs. For this much money, cars like Toyota Fortuner come in India.
There is a huge difference in the prices of cars
Let us tell you that there is a difference of almost three times in the price of Indian Rupee and Pakistani Rupee, but this price of cars is staggering. The price of Suzuki Swift GL Manual is 33,49,000 Pakistani rupees, while the Suzuki Swift GL CVT 35,99,000 and Suzuki Swift GLX CVT are priced at 39,59,000 Pakistani rupees. The price of cars in Pakistan is really high because the starting price of Swift car in India is 5 lakh 91 thousand rupees. Even if the prices are adjusted, the Swift car in Pakistan is more than 2 times more expensive.
Alto’s starting price is Rs 18 lakh
The starting price of Maruti Suzuki Alto in India is Rs 3.4 lakh, while in Pakistan this car is available for 17.9 lakh Pakistani rupees. There is a huge difference in the currency of India and Pakistan, yet 14 lakh rupees is too much. The price of Alto in Pakistan starts from Rs 17.9 lakhs to Rs 23.4 lakhs, so it is very difficult for a middle class Pakistani to buy a car. Let us tell you that Suzuki company sells these cars in Pakistan, while in India, the joint venture of Maruti and Suzuki manufactures and sells these cars.
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