According to the firm, the vehicle's price has been raised owing to rising commodity prices and manufacturing costs.

In the new year, Maruti Suzuki has hiked the pricing of its models by up to 4.3 percent. This price rise went into effect on Saturday itself. According to the firm, the vehicle's price has been raised owing to rising commodity prices and manufacturing costs. The corporation has raised the price of all models by 0.1 percent, bringing the total rise to 4.3 percent.

All of the business's models have had their ex-showroom costs hiked by an average of 1.7 percent, according to the company. Maruti Suzuki produces and sells automobiles ranging in price from Rs 3.15 lakh to Rs 12.56 lakh, from the Alto to the S-Cross.

Model wise, the price has increased by how much rupees?

Maruti Suzuki Models Price Hike 2022. In Rupees
    Alto 800
    Rs 12,500/-
    S-Presso
    Rs 12,500/-
    Wagon R
    Rs 30,000/-
    Celerio
    Rs 16,000/-
    Ignis
    Rs 15,000 /-
    Swift
    Rs 15,000/-
    Baleno
    Rs 21,000/-
    Desire
    Rs 10,000/-
    Tour S
    Rs 8,000/-
    Ciaz
    Rs 15,000/-
    Vitara Brezza
    Rs 14,000/-
    Ertiga
    Rs 21,000/-
    XL6
    Rs 16,000/-
    S-Cross
    Rs 21,000/-
    Eeco
    Rs 27,000/-
    Super Carry
    Rs 10,000/-

It's worth mentioning that Maruti Suzuki raised their rates three times in 2021. The corporation boosted prices by 1.4 percent in January of last year, then by 1.6 percent in April, and finally by 1.9 percent in September. In 2021, the corporation increased prices by 4.9 percent overall.

The firm just announced last month that its production costs had climbed dramatically in the previous year owing to increases in the price of steel, aluminum, copper, and plastic. To protect the firm from the consequences, it was necessary to raise the pricing of the company's products.

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