Maruti Suzuki India announced in December 2020 that it would increase the prices of its cars from the month of January. In this direction, the company took steps on January 18 and raised the prices of its selected models up to Rs 34000 (ex-showroom Delhi). The new prices came into effect from January 18. The reason for the increase in the price of vehicles is the increase in the input cost of various types. Let’s know which Maruti car has become so expensive after the price hike…
Alto, S-Presso & Celerio
The price of Maruti Suzuki Alto has increased from Rs 5000 to Rs 14000. The new ex-showroom prices of the car have now gone up from Rs 2.99 lakh to Rs 4.48 lakh. The price of the mid trims of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso has increased. Now the ex-showroom prices of this car have gone up from Rs 3.7 lakh to Rs 4.9. The price of the Celerio has increased from Rs. 12000 to now starting at Rs. 4.53 lakh.
Swift 30000 becomes expensive
Price of Maruti Suzuki Eeco model has increased from Rs. 17000 to now starting from Rs. 3.97 lakh. Swift prices have increased by Rs 30,000. The ex-showroom price of this car now starts at Rs 5.49 lakh. WagonR prices have increased by Rs 23000 and now start from Rs 5.45 lakh. Dzire has become expensive by Rs 10000. Those wishing to buy the Vitara Brezza need not worry as its prices are largely at the old level.
NEXA new car prices
The price of luxury cars sold from Maruti Suzuki’s Nexa platform has also increased. The price of Baleno has increased by about 26000 rupees. The Ciaz has increased in price as well. The price of Maruti Suzuki Ignis has increased by Rs 11000. The price of XL6 has increased by about 10000 rupees. However, there is no increase in the prices of S-Cross. The tour range of Maruti cars has also become expensive by Rs 5000-11000.