You Will Have To Spend More For A Citroen Come January 2023

  • Dec 8, 2022
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The carmaker will increase prices across models and variants by up to two per cent


  • Citroen price hike to come into effect in January 2023. 

  • Both the C3 and C5 Aircross will be affected. 

  • New C3 could get more expensive by up to Rs 15,000. 

  • New C5 Aircross is expected to cost Rs 73,000 more. 

  • Old prices applicable on existing stock, will vary from dealer to dealer depending on availability. 

Carmakers often adjust prices of their models at this time of the year and Citroen has announced a price hike as well. The French carmaker will increase the prices of its two offerings, the C3 hatchback and C5 Aircross SUV, by up to two per cent, from January 2023.

Here are the expected 2023 prices for the carmaker’s lineup: 

New Citroen car prices in India 



Expected January 2023 price 

December 2022 price



C3 Live 

Rs 6 lakh 

Rs 5.88 lakh 

Around Rs 12,000

C3 Feel 

Rs 6.93 lakh 

Rs 6.80 lakh 

Around Rs 13,000

C3 Feel Turbo 

Rs 8.3 lakh 

Rs 8.15 lakh 

Around Rs 15,000 

C5 Aircross 

C5 Aircross Shine

Rs 37.40 lakh 

Rs 36.67 lakh 

Around Rs 73,000

*All prices are ex-showroom Delhi

The above prices are estimates calculated according to the announced two per cent increase; the actual hike could differ from variant to variant as the carmaker said the price hike could range between one and a half per cent and two per cent.

Nevertheless, expect to spend up to Rs 12,000 to Rs 13,000 more on a C3 hatchback from January, with the turbo variant likely to get the biggest hike of up to around Rs 15,000. The premium C5 Aircross is offered in a single, fully loaded Shine variant that is likely to be pricier by Rs 73,000.

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Bear in mind that these prices will come into effect in January, and the existing stock is being sold at the December 2022 prices right now (see table). These prices can vary from dealer to dealer as it’s only for existing stock. So, if the dealer runs out of inventory in December, you’ll have to shell out for new prices, regardless of when the booking is made.

Carmakers increase prices at the beginning of every year to compensate for inflation and other factors that increase car prices. Other than Citroen, Maruti, Kia and Renault have also announced price hikes for their cars sold in India.

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