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Maruti Suzuki Cars To Become Dearer Yet Again By September


It will be the third price hike for 2021

 

  • All models will be affected by the price hike.

  • Price hike effect will depend on the model.

  • Rising input costs has been cited for the increment.

We’re only halfway through 2021, and Maruti Suzuki models are set to get dearer for the third time. The carmaker has cited rising input costs as the reason behind it. While a specific deadline hasn’t been revealed, the carmaker has said it will happen in the third quarter of 2021. Basically somewhere in the period of July-September 2021. Here’s the current prices of the entire Maruti Suzuki lineup:

Model

Price Range (ex-showroom)

Alto 800

Rs 2.99 lakh to Rs 4.60 lakh

S-Presso

Rs 3.78 lakh to Rs 5.26 lakh

Eeco

Rs 4.08 lakh to Rs 5.29 lakh

Celerio

Rs 4.65 lakh to Rs 5.90 lakh

Celerio X

Rs 5.11 lakh to Rs 5.91 lakh

Wagon R

Rs 4.80 lakh to Rs 6.33 lakh

Swift

Rs 5.73 lakh to Rs 8.27 lakh

Dzire

Rs 5.98 lakh to Rs 9.02 lakh

Ertiga

Rs 7.81 lakh to Rs 10.59 lakh

Vitara Brezza

Rs 7.51 lakh to Rs 11.25 lakh

Ignis

Rs 4.95 lakh to Rs 7.36 lakh

Baleno

Rs 5.98 lakh to Rs 9.30 lakh

Ciaz

Rs 8.52 lakh to Rs 11.50 lakh

S-Cross

Rs 8.39 lakh to Rs 12.39 lakh

XL6

Rs 9.94 lakh to Rs 11.73 lakh

This will be the third time this year that the carmaker will be hiking prices after the previous hikes in April 2021 and January 2021. The effect of the price hike will depend on the model. Previously, the Arena range of models saw an increment of up to Rs 22,500, whereas the Nexa models carried a hike of up to Rs 20,000.

 

Aside from this, Maruti Suzuki is preparing to introduce the next-gen Alto and Celerio later this year, with the latter’s design being leaked via patent images. We’re also expected to see the much-awaited Jimny off-roader by 2022.

 

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