Sunday, January 17, 2010

Maruti Suzuki increased most cars prices on Saturday

Maruti Suzuki, the first Indian leading car manufacture company increased cost of its most car models by six hundred to Rs. 10,000 per car. The increased price is according to the current on-road prices of various models. While the average hiked cost is around 0.6 per cent, Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) said in a statement,"It moves from 1.9 per cent for the Maruti Swift Dzire at than the lower 0.12 percent for the Maruti Ritz VDi, but company didn't share terms of hikes in rupees. On the other hand, the company will not be added hiked prices on models like 'Maruti Eeco' and its old model Maruti Gypsy car and Maruit Swift's small petrol variant car. Maruti Zen Estilo is feeling for the increase price, which was launched in August last year. Now it will raise prices by Rs. 1,243 to Rs. 2,486 depending on the variants.

Maruti Swift

Maruti Suzuki has taken decision to hike price after similar measures against other auto maker, including luxury carmaker BMW and Honda Siel cars India in the past one month. MSI said,"Now the petrol and diesel upgraded variants,which is powered by 1.2 litre K-series engines of Maruti Swift Dzire and Maruti Swift will be equipped with Bharat Stage (BS) IV norms compliant. These upgraded patrol variants delivers a fuel capacity of 17.9kmpl, as against old engines 15.9kmpl. Nissan 370Z and Ford Figo are the upcoming cars in India.

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