Maruti Suzuki cars will get more expensive from September 2021. The upward price revision is a result of high input costs at the time of production.
Maruti Suzuki will hike the prices of its vehicles on sale. The bump in price will be observed on cars sold through the brand’s Arena outlets, as well as, the Nexa dealerships. This will be the brand’s third price revision in the financial year 2021-22.
“We wish to inform you that over the past year the cost of the company's vehicles continues to be adversely impacted due to an increase in various input costs. Hence, it has become imperative to pass on some impact of the additional cost to the customers through a price rise,” said, Maruti Suzuki.
The price hike will be across the board and will impact all the variants of every model on sale. While we wait for Maruti Suzuki to hand out the exact revised prices of its portfolio, it is assumed that approximately 2 per cent of the price will be hiked on all its products.
The upcoming launch from Maruti Suzuki is expected to be the next-gen Celerio. The spy pictures of which have been surfacing the internet for some time now. The hatchback will be based on an all-new platform. Expect a small capacity engine with a manual and an optional automatic gearbox (AMT).
By the end of this year, Maruti Suzuki will most likely introduce the next generation Baleno hatchback. A prototype of the upcoming B+ segment hatchback has been spotted on test in India hinting at a global debut, soon.