The Pak-Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) has made a massive announcement on their social media platforms.
This announcement lets drivers and fans who are interested in the Suzuki’s Auto Gear Shift (AGS) technology save a whopping Rs. 172,000!
Drivers who are interested in shifting towards AGS will be given incentives worth over Rs. 172,000 in different forms. This includes:
- Free Registration Worth Rs. 21,000
- 1-Year Free Maintainance Worth Rs. 24,609
- Markup Worth Rs. 67,920 and
- Insurance Worth Rs. 67,095
The AGS technology by Suzuki has been introduced as the brand’s new Automated Manual Transmission (AMT), which is usually found in smaller cars such as the Alto, Cultus, and the WagonR.
Compared to automatic gearboxes such as DCT or CVT or even a conventional gearbox, the AGS tech is light in weight, more comfortable to build, lighter on the driver’s pocket, and reliable.
Contrasted to automatic cars, AGS is well suited for smaller economical vehicles as it is economically friendly but has a slow response. In contrast, automatic cars respond a tad bit and also cost a little more from the driver’s pockets.
Though the tech may be a little behind and a slightly slow compared to automatic variants, it makes a massive difference to the economical car’s performance and handling.
These cars can easily accompany you to trips to Gwadar or Himalayas as you enjoy the smooth ride and make most of their performance.
The current offer is now available for the WagonR VXL, WagonR AGS, and the all-new Alto 660 AGS.
Keeping Up With The Pandemic
Pak Suzuki is not the only brand to have offered an exciting deal allowing you to save thousands.
Many other manufacturers, including Atlas Honda and Indus Motor Company (Toyota), have also rolled out eye-catching offers to encourage sales during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
As the slump in sales continue, carmakers are bringing out deals for buyers that will be hard to say “no” to.
As the lockdowns come to ease and the number of Covid-19 cases drops, sales have started to see a bit of difference. Customers are once again becoming encouraged to buy cars, especially since many brands are now providing financial relief and have made booking cars online easier for drivers.
Earlier, Suzuki announced a special online booking service for cars and bikes. They also introduced a discount to provide relief to their customers during COVID-19.
On the other hand, if you own a Suzuki and you wish to sell your car during the pandemic, click on the link below to see how you can get it done:
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