Tag: input

Volkswagen India Hikes Vento Diesel Price

Volkswagen has announced that effective July 1, 2011, the prices of Vento diesel variant will be hiked by 2.2 percent. This comes as a result of continually increasing input costs. The customers who book the Vento diesel until June 30, 2011 will be able to avail the car without the price increase. At the same time, the company …

Mercedes Cars to get Costlier from May

For those who just thought the Mercedes-Benz is out of your budget, strike a few more models out. The luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz India has clearly voiced out that it will increase prices of all of its models effective from 1st May, 2011. Due to rising input costs and impact of adverse currency fluctuations. With BMW already out …

Ford Figo Price Hiked By 1%

  Ford India announced a hike of one per cent in the prices of its small car ‘Figo’ from this month in order to minimise the impact of rising commodity rates. “There has been a continuous cost pressure on our products as input costs are growing. We did a small price increase of one per cent on Figo …

Maruti Suzuki Hikes Car Prices Up To Rs. 9000/-

  Increasing input rates have caused concern for many automobile companies in the country. The country’s largest carmaker- Maruti Suzuki India, has decided to tackle increasing cost of raw materials by hiking their own products. Maruti Suzuki has increased the prices of its all its cars between 0.2-0.4%. This will translate into a minimum increase of Rs. 1100/- and a …

Tata Motors Car Prices Hiked

Tata Motors said on Friday it would increase prices on some of its passenger and utility vehicles due to mounting input costs. The increase in prices will be effective April 1, the company said in a statement. “Despite continuous cost control initiatives, the company is being forced to take these increases on account of (a) steep rise in …

Maruti hikes prices of vehicles by up to Rs 8k

New Delhi: Giving in to rising input cost pressures, the country’s largest carmaker by sales, Maruti Suzuki India has increased prices of its vehicles by up to Rs 8,000 across models, except its newly launched compact car Alto K10. “Yes, we did increase the prices on January 17 ranging between 0.5 per cent and 2.2 pr cent,” said …