Here's why Suzuki Cultus 2023 is still a suitable option for you in 2024

Suzuki Cultus 2023 comes with some appreciable details while being pocket-friendly
An undated image of the Suzuki Cultus 2023 model. — Pak Suzuki
An undated image of the Suzuki Cultus 2023 model. — Pak Suzuki

Among the worrisome questions that keep every upper-middle-class household occupied is the decision to make when choosing to purchase a car to make one’s family’s everyday commute hassle-free.

Manufactured by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Suzuki's Cultus 2023 model could be the best option to go for even in 2024, keeping in view the traditional Pakistani urge of owning a Cultus for one’s family and all the benefits and features that it possesses.

The prices of this model range from Rs 3,718,000 to Rs 4,366,000 for different variants.

Every sort of transportation medium comes with some benefits and some pitfalls, be it the FX of the 1990s or Maserati's 2023 upgraded model. In the same fashion, Suzuki Cultus 2023 brings some significant features and some meek downsides.


  1. Auto parts are easily available.
  2. Larger seating capacity compared to market competitors.
  3. Steering adjustment, keyless entry and power door locks.
  4. Security features such as an immobilizer, SRS front airbags.
  5. Anti-brake locking system (ABS).


  1. The engine noise is bothersome on the highway.
  2. Gives comparatively less mileage.
  3. Less fuel tank capacity.

Overall performance and structure

Exterior: Suzuki Cultus 2023 is a little less in length and higher in height compared to its old models, making it more suitable to roam amid bustling urban traffic. The front comprises an angular-shaped grill between the headlights that are placed above the standard circular-shaped fog lights. Trapezium shaped is housed at the rear end of the vehicle. Its VXL variant comes with electrically adjustable side mirrors.

Interior: Five seats that are covered in black-coloured fabric make its interior specifically restful and pleasant, with the instrument panel displaying information about fuel consumption, distance to empty indication, and a digital clock. There are warning lights for seat belt reminders, headlamp reminders, door ajar warnings and low fuel warnings as well. The car supports Bluetooth audio, Bluetooth calling, AUX, and USB connectivity. The new Suzuki Cultus has better security features such as an immobilizer, and SRS front airbags.

Engine: The Suzuki Cultus 2023 comes with a 998 1.0 litres cc 3-cylinder engine which is capable of generating a power of 50/6,000 kW/rpm at a torque of 90/3,500 Nm/rpm. Suzuki Cultus has a mileage of 14 km/l in the city and 18 km/l on the highway.

Maintenance: Its maintenance is so handy as all the local mechanics are well aware of its composition and the usual issues that one might face, as Cultus is said to be the most consumed brand in the Pakistani market.


Suzuki Cultus VXL
Rs 4,084,000
Suzuki Cultus VXR
Rs 3,718,000
Suzuki Cultus Auto Gear Shift
Rs 4,366,000