Thinking of getting a new Suzuki? You're in luck as the company recently announced that they have retained the 2017 prices on all of their models.
Despite the implementation of the new excise tax under Republic Act 10963, more known as the Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN), Suzuki Philippines (SPH) stated that they still have units that were imported and taxed in 2017.
This means that the leftover units from last year will keep their 2017 prices.
Once SPH has sold all of their previous stock, the company will begin selling their cars with the new excise tax increase for the 2018 model year. Supplies are limited so only the lucky buyers will be able to secure their new Suzuki at 2017 prices.
Pricing of Suzuki from 2017 are as follows:
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