India’s largest passenger car maker, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd has raised prices of all of its vehicles from the Omni to the Ciaz with hikes ranging from Rs 7,850 – Rs 31,600. Reasons for this increase in prices are due to the withdrawal of excise duty concessions and rising input costs in production.
The price hike applies to all vehicles across the Maruti range starting from the entry-level Omni van that is now a bit expensive by Rs 7,850 while prices for the Alto hatch has increased by Rs 8,500 – Rs 12,700. Maruti’s tall boy WagonR sees a hike of Rs 12,500 – Rs 15,700. Similarly, the Swift hatch gets an increase of Rs 15,850 – Rs 25,150. Prices of the compact sedan DZire gets dearer in the price range of Rs 17,500 – Rs 26,650.
The Celerio gets a hike of Rs 13,600 – Rs 17,200 while the mid-size sedan Ciaz gets a hike of Rs 22,450 – Rs 31,600. The Ertiga gets a price hike of Rs. 18,750 – Rs 27,750 while the new prices of the Gypsy and Grand Vitara were not mentioned but we expect the top-of-the-line Grand Vitara prices to get the significant hike, considering the fact that Grand Vitara is brought in via the CKD route.
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