India's second largest passenger car maker, Hyundai, has once again hiked prices of all the cars in its stable. This is the second price increase by Hyundai this year since February 1 when prices of all its models went up by Rs 20,000. Also Read: Hyundai executes steep price hike
Commenting on the price hike, Rakesh Srivastava, Vice President, Sales and marketing, said, “The price increase was necessitated due to On Board Diagnostic Compliance Changes (OBDC). We have increased the prices in the range of Rs 575 to Rs 2,830 across all the models. We have tried to absorb the maximum cost to minimise the price increase to cause less inconvenience to our valued customers.”
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