Japanese carmaker Suzuki produces the compact Cultus. The Geo Metro, Chevrolet Sprint, Pontiac Firefly, and Holden Barina are just a few of the names under which this supermini car has been sold since its debut in 1983. Despite the fact that production of the Cultus ceased in several markets in 2003, its popularity and demand in Pakistan ensured that it would continue to be produced there.
Price of Suzuki Cultus ([current_date format=’j F, Y’])
The Suzuki Cultus VXR may be purchased for Rs 3,718,000 from the manufacturer.
Ex-showroom, the Suzuki Cultus VXL costs 4,084,000 Rupees.
The Suzuki Cultus Auto Gear Shift retails for Rs 4,366,000 from the manufacturer
Exterior of the Suzuki Cultus
A compact hatchback supermini automobile is the Suzuki Cultus 2023. The triangle-shaped front metal grill is made of metal. This vehicle has contemporary multi-reflector halogen lighting. The customary spherical fog lights are present. The car has a rectangular, stacked tail light at the back. On the back spoiler, high up, is a stoplight. You may obtain side lights that can be electrically changed on the Suzuki Cultus VXL. The car has a distinctive appearance that is well-balanced.
Interior of the Suzuki Cultus
The Suzuki Cultus 2023 has a spacious cabin that can accommodate up to five passengers comfortably. Each seat is covered in black cloth. A motorized steering wheel with three spokes and urethane covering tilts and may be adjusted. Among the data that may be seen on the instrument panel are the digital clock, fuel gauge, and miles until empty.
There are lights that alert you to the need to fasten your seatbelt, put on your headlights, keep your doors locked, and refuel your vehicle. You have access to powered windows, central locking systems, and button-activated access control. The car’s standard heating and cooling systems have manual controls. The VXL version features four speakers compared to the VXR version’s two. Bluetooth is enabled for both music and phone conversations, as well as AUX and USB inputs and outputs. You are kept safe by an immobilizer, standard front airbags (and side airbags in the VXL), anti-lock brakes (ABS), and seatbelts. For additional storage, there is a 60/40 split folding rear seatback.
The Suzuki Cultus has achieved legendary status in Pakistan. For a long time, this model was the go-to for many people shopping for cars in the country. The Cultus is well-suited to city driving thanks to its small size, good gas mileage, and reasonable pricing. Multiple iterations of refinement and modernization have been made to better meet the demands of Pakistani buyers. Individuals and families alike will find the Cultus’s spacious cabin, cutting-edge technology, and dependable performance to be appealing.