Last February, the automaker released an updated price list on select models like the Vitara, Jimny and APV. Now, Suzuki's entire lineup of cars gets a price increase due to the excise tax.

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Starting with the brand's smallest offering, the Alto 800, its price has gone up from Php 429,000 to Php 445,000. The slightly bigger Celerio also received a moderate price hike and now retails for Php 558,000 for the M/T and Php 598,000 when specified with a CVT. Over to the Swift, the B-segment hatchback's price only went up as high as Php 10,000.

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Official: Suzuki PH releases 2018 pricing with excise tax on all models

However, their B-segment sedan, the Ciaz, received a significant surge in price. The base model GL M/T now retails for Php 795,000 while the mid-range GL A/T is selling for Php 845,000. Opt for the top-of-the-range GLX however, and one has to cough up Php 953,000.

Official: Suzuki PH releases 2018 pricing with excise tax on all models

Also receiving a modest price hike is the Ertiga MPV. The entry-level GA gets a Php 24,000 increase while both the manual and automatic GL get a Php 47,000 price hike. Meanwhile the range-topping GLX's price went up by Php 37,000.

Official: Suzuki PH releases 2018 pricing with excise tax on all models

Finally, Suzuki's humble Super Carry Diesel and APV utility van also received a Php 30,000 and Php 10,000 increase respectively.