Our lives are made easier by transportation, which is also a lifetime investment when you own a car. The demand for personal transportation is rising along with urbanization. Having a car gives you more benefits than using local transportation because you can move around with ease and avoid stressful and time-consuming issues with public transportation, such as arriving late at your destination and dealing with extra passengers and security concerns.
In Pakistan, it can be challenging to select a car that fits your needs and budget due to the growing number of brands and models. There are both new cars and imported used cars from Japan on the market, giving you a wide range of choices in terms of specifications and cost. You need to be aware of a few things before purchasing a good family vehicle. Details are provided below.
One of the most well-liked affordable family cars in Pakistan is the Suzuki Alto. In 1979, Suzuki began producing this city car, which seats 5 people and is available with either 3 or 5 doors. With a 658cc powertrain engine, the eighth generation of this car is currently on the market. It has a 2460mm wheelbase. Its measurements are as follows: 3395mm in length, 1475mm in width, and 1475mm in height. It weighs 610kg at curb weight.
Another small family vehicle that has been popular in Pakistan for a while is the Daihatsu Mira. In Pakistan, it goes by the name Cuore. There are numerous chassis variations available. The company is still manufacturing the L275 series, which debuted in 2006 and found success in the south Asian region.
The Suzuki Wagon R is a rival to the company's own Alto small family vehicle. With a 660cc engine, it is also a city vehicle. In 2012, its fifth generation was introduced to the market and is still in use today. New mild-hybrid technology is installed in this vehicle. In ideal circumstances, it can achieve up to 28.8 kilometers per liter of fuel.
One of the family vehicles that Pakistanis favor is the Daihatsu Hijet Van from the tenth generation. It was created in 2010 and continued to be created until 2014.
The Carol, a popular Kei/city car from Mazda, is well-known. The seventh generation of the Mazda Carol is the MK 7. Both front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive are options. It also has a front engine, just like all other Kei vehicles. It has a 658cc engine. It is renowned for using less fuel.