In the new year, Maruti Suzuki has shocked those customers who are planning to buy this brand’s cars. In fact, the country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki has announced to increase the price of its cars. After this announcement, a selected model of Maruti can be expensive up to Rs 10,000. This rate of increase has been implemented with immediate effect. Earlier, Tata Motors announced its plans to increase its prices in December 2018.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited has told the stock market that prices of selected models have been increased. This increase is up to Rs 10,000 in showroom price of Delhi. New prices have come into effect from January 10. Let us tell you that Maruti sells Suzuki’s entry level Alto 800 to the premium crossover S-Cross, which costs from Rs 2.53 lakh to Rs 11.45 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
It has been said by the company that prices will increase on selected models due to rising commodity prices and foreign exchange rates. However, the company has not yet disclosed which of the models price have been increased. Recently, Maruti Suzuki had announced to bring back 5,900 units of its commercial vehicle Super Carry due to the disturbances. Actually, the fuel filters of these super carriages were problem in that. The company took this decision to overcome the same apprehension.