Maruti Suzuki India said today that it has raised the prices of its cars across models by around 1.1 per cent.
This is the automaker’s second price increase in the current fiscal year, after an increase in April 2022.
In December last year, the company said it would raise the prices of its cars to offset the impact of higher input costs and make provisions to update the model range to comply with stricter emissions standards that will begin from April 2023.
“The weighted average increase across models is approximately 1.1 per cent. This indicative figure has been calculated using ex-model showroom prices in Delhi and will be effective from January 16, 2023,” Maruti Suzuki India said in a regulatory report. .
The company sells a range of vehicles from entry level Alto mini cars to Grand Vitara SUVs priced between Rs 3.39 lakh to Rs 19.49 lakh (ex Delhi showroom).
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