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TOP 6 Selling cars in Pakistan 1. Toyota Corolla
Toyota Corolla is a Japanese Car which is best seller car in Pakistan. It is available in many solid and metallic colors. It has 5 gear manual transmissions. Xli, GLi and 2.0D are its most popular models. Its price range is from 1,400,000 to 1,550,000 rupees.

2. Suzuki Mehran
Suzuki Mehran is the best choice of average income people. It has simple design. Suzuki Mehran is also available in different colors and models (VX, VX CNG, VXR and VXR CNG). Suzuki Mehran is an economical and fuel saving car. Its price is from 480,000 to 585,000 rupees.

3. Suzuki Cultus
Suzuki Cultus has very attractive compact design; beautiful interior and exterior. Gear Transmission is manual however it is equipped with power steering, power windows and power door locks.
Suzuki Cultus VXRi model is available in Rs.891,000 and VXRi CNG model is available in Rs.938,000 in the market.

4. Suzuki Bolan
Suzuki Bolan is an 8 seat van widely used in offices, schools and colleges for pick and drop. It is also used with some minor modifications by distributors. It is also known as Carry in Pakistan. It has 800cc four stroke engine. Its price is about 670,000 rupees.

5. Suzuki Alto
Suzuki Alto is also a favorite Pakistani compact design Car. Suzuki Alto is equipped with Air Conditioner, Power Steering and Power Windows. Price of Suzuki Alto is varied by different models from Rs.693,000 to 753,000

6. Honda City
Honda City is also famous car by a Japanese Car Company, Honda. Its design, exteriors and interiors are awesome and it is available in different colors. Manual or Automatic transmission is optional. It is one of the big cars which are widely used in Pakistan. Its price range is approximately 1,400,000 rupees.

Toyota Corolla Xli
The new gorgeous and mighty Toyota 2011 model is full of good features. It realises a high level fuel efficiency and performance. Toyota Corolla is not only

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