After being leaked a week ago, we finally have the official price list of Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH). The figures below have been updated to reflect the changes based on the government’s Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Act.
The price list below shows little changes to SPH’s prices compared to how the excise tax affected other brands. The biggest increase can be seen on the newly-launched Vitara with an additional P50,000 imposed on its 2017 prices. The Jimny, too, experienced a P20,000 hike for both variants.
Meanwhile, the APV GLX and the Super Carry Utility Van surged by as much as P30,000 and P15,000, respectively. As for the rest of the Japanese brand’s lineup, oddly, prices stayed the same, which is a good thing for future buyers…for now.
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