Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) is the latest company to Increases Bike PricesIncreases Bike Prices, following in the footsteps of Atlas Honda and Yamaha.
This marks the 5th Increases Bike Prices that PSMC has announced for its bikes in this calendar year. As of the 2nd of November, the following are the current prices of PSMC bikes when purchased directly from the manufacturer:
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PSMC has raised the pricing of all motorcycles except for the GSX 125, which it recently released.
A Single Overhead Cam (SOHC) 124cc air-cooled single-cylinder gasoline engine powers the GSX 125. This engine produces 10.45 horsepower (hp) and 9.2 Newton meters (Nm) of torque. It is equipped with a return shift pattern and a transmission that offers five speeds of constant mesh.
According to PSMC, the bike is equipped with Suzuki Eco Performance (SEP) technology, enabling low-end power and the best possible fuel economy. According to several international evaluators of bicycles, the bike is said to have a curb weight of 126 kilos and an approximate fuel economy of 42 kilometers per liter.
The front brake on the GSX 125 is a disc brake equipped with dual-piston calipers, and the rear brake is a drum brake. The front suspension consists of dual inverted fork tubes, and the rear suspension comprises spring-loaded shock absorbers. The bike features tubeless tires installed at the factory and a gasoline tank that is 14.2 liters in capacity.
The jaw-dropping price of the GSX 125 is 359,000 Pakistani Rupees. Because of its price tag, it is more expensive than the Suzuki GS 150, the Honda CB 150F, and all of the other motorcycles that fall into its category, which may limit the number of people who purchase it.