Maruti Suzuki Car Price Hiked from April,16th - Check Detail
Maruti Suzuki Car Price Hike from 16th April, Check New Price for Wagon-R, Ertiga, Dzire, Brezza
Maruti Suzuki has raised the prices of its Arena portfolio expect the 2021 Swift launched recently. The reason for this hike is rise in input costs. The price increase on an average is close to more than 1.5 percent. The Arena models include the Alto 800, S Presso, Celerio, Wagon R plus the Vitara Brezza, Dzire and Ertiga. The price hike varies but the Ertiga has seen the biggest rise in price to the tune of Rs 22,500, while throughout the range, the price hike is around Rs 12,500 to Rs 15,000. These are changes in ex-showroom prices.
New Prices - Increase in Ex-Showroom Price for Maruti Suzuki Models
|Alto 800||upto Rs 12,500|
|S Presso||upto Rs 7,500|
|Celerio||upto Rs 12,500|
|Wagon R||upto Rs 15,000|
|Vitara Brezza||upto Rs 12500|
|Dzire||upto Rs 12500|
upto Rs 22500
With the new financial year taking place, prices are hiked year on year by car-makers due to rising input costs. These price changes are taking into the Delhi pricing. Maruti Suzuki has two retail chains, namely Nexa and Arena while the Arena outlet sells the more mass market Maruti cars and the larger number of models while the Nexa sells the slightly up-market cars like the Baleno and the S-Cross.
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