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Maruti Suzuki increases car prices

NEW DELHI: Reeling under increasing input costs, especially steel, Maruti Suzuki India has increased prices of its products across various models between Rs. 1,000 and Rs. 18,000.

The company has increased the price of its latest model Swift Dzire by Rs. 18,000.

It had launched the sedan with an introductory price ranging from Rs 4.49 lakh to Rs. 6 lakh across different variants.

It has also hiked the prices of all petrol variants hatchback Swift by Rs. 9,000 along with SX4, Gypsy; while the diesel version of Swift has become costlier by Rs. 15,000.

The company has also increased the price of all variants of Zen Estilo and WagonR LPG by Rs. 1,000, while Alto and M800 have become costlier by Rs. 1,500. Prices of all variants of Omni and WagonR Petrol have also been hiked by Rs. 2,000 and that of multi-utility vehicle Versa by Rs. 8,000.

The company has, however, spared its SUV Grand Vitara from the price hike. — PTI

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