Quick view: Maruti, Hyundai to hike car prices from January

Dec 07 2013, 04:47 IST
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SummaryCars will become costlier from January with major manufacturers Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai

Cars will become costlier from January with major manufacturers Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai stating that they will hike prices from next month, joining the likes of Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Honda. “Maruti Suzuki will increase prices from January 2014 as input costs have been going up and we cannot continue to absorb all of it. We will pass on some part of it to the customers,” Maruti Suzuki India COO (marketing and sales) Mayank Pareek said. Hyundai Motor India also said it is looking to take a similar step from next month to offset rising input costs.

Mercedes-Benz to hike prices up to 10%

Mercedes-Benz has announced a price hike of up to 10% across its models from January 1 to offset the higher cost of imports on the back of a weak rupee versus dollar and euro currencies. Mercedes follows compatriot rivals BMW and Audi, which recently also announced price increases of up to 10% and 5%, respectively. Mercedes Benz India MD and CEO Eberhard Kern said: “As market dynamics continue to evolve, we are committed to offer the best luxury experience.”

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