Maruti Suzuki Cars Prices Hiked Up To Rs 34,000

by Jatin Chhibber | 19/01/2021
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Maruti Suzuki has increased the prices of its products offered in the Indian market. The price hike starts from Rs 5,016 and goes all the way up to Rs 34,000.   

Maruti Suzuki has hiked the prices of its cars. Maruti Suzuki vehicles in India have now become up to Rs 34,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi) pricier, depending upon the model. The price increase came into effect on 18th January 2021, and this is the biggest single price hike announced by the carmaker till now. Other than Maruti Suzuki, automakers like Mahindra, Kia and Hyundai have also increased prices of their products offered in the Indian market.


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Increasing prices of the vehicles upon the start of a new calendar year is a very common practice in the Indian automobile industry. The main reason behind hiking the prices of cars is usually increased input cost. Nevertheless, this price hike has arrived at a very sensitive time.

Maruti Suzuki Cars

Price Hike (ex-showroom)

Maruti Alto 800

Up to Rs 14,000

Maruti S-Presso

Up to Rs 7,000

Maruti Celerio

Up to Rs 19,400

Maruti WagonR

Up to Rs 23,200

Maruti Tour S

Up to Rs 5,016

Maruti Eeco

Up to Rs 24,200

Maruti Swift

Up to Rs 30,000

Maruti Dzire

Up to Rs 12,500

Maruti Vitara Brezza

Up to Rs 10,000

Maruti Ertiga

Up to Rs 34,000

Maruti Super Carry

Up to Rs 10,000

In a recent press statement, the Maruti Suzuki said: “Over the past year, the cost of company’s vehicles has been impacted adversely due to increase in various input costs. Hence, it has become imperative for the company to pass on some impact of the above additional cost to customers through a price increase in January 2021.“



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However, from the past few months, the Indian automobile industry has recovered impressively, but the automakers need to be a bit careful. Last year, Maruti Suzuki sold 12,13,660 vehicles overall, which is an 18 per cent decline as compared to the 14,85,943 cars retailed in 2019. But, the automaker registered an increase in sales last month by registering a 20.2 per cent year-on-year growth. The highest price increase has been seen on Maruti Ertiga (up to Rs 34,000) and Maruti Swift (up to Rs 30,000).

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