Maruti Suzuki car, SUV prices hiked by up to Rs 11,693

    Maruti Suzuki cited rising input costs for the increase in prices of its Arena and Nexa models.

    Published On Apr 19, 2022 05:59:00 PM


    Maruti Suzuki car, SUV prices hiked by up to Rs 11,693
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    Maruti Suzuki has increased the prices of its entire product portfolio effective from April 18, 2022. It’s Arena models – the Alto, Wagon R, S-Presso, Celerio, Swift, Dzire, Vitara Brezza, Eeco and Ertiga – as well as Nexa models like the Ignis, Baleno, Ciaz, XL6 and S-Cross will see a price jump of 1.3 percent.

    • Alto and S-Presso see the least hike
    • Ciaz sees the highest price jump
    • XL6 facelift to launch on April 21

    Maruti Suzuki model-wise price hike

    Like other brands, Maruti Suzuki has also attributed the increase in price to rising input costs. Two models from Maruti Suzuki’s Arena line-up have the least price hike – the Alto and S-Presso, coming in at Rs 5,304 and Rs 5,193, respectively. On the other hand, the Vitara Brezza sees the highest hike at Rs 10,192. Take a look at the table below for the Maruti Suzuki Arena models prices.

    ModelOld Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)New Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    AltoRs 4,02,696Rs 4,08,000
    S-PressoRs 4,37,241Rs 4,43,000
    SwiftRs 5,84,205Rs 5,91,900
    Wagon RRs 5,40,382Rs 5,47,500
    EecoRs 4,57,178Rs 4,63,200
    CelerioRs 5,18,175Rs 5,25,000
    DzireRs 6,15,888Rs 6,24,000
    Vitara BrezzaRs 7,73,808Rs 7,84,000

    Coming to Maruti Suzuki’s Nexa line of premium dealerships, the Ignis gets the least hike at Rs 6,955, while the Ciaz midsize sedan tops the list with a jump of Rs 11,693. Here’s how much more each Nexa model will cost.

    ModelOld Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)New Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    CiazRs 8,87,806Rs 8,99,500
    IgnisRs 5,28,045Rs 5,35,000
    S-CrossRs 8,83,365Rs 8,95,000
    BalenoRs 6,40,563Rs 6,49,000

    Maruti Suzuki: upcoming launches

    The automaker will launch the facelift of the XL6 on April 21 to rival other premium MPVs, such as the Kia Carens, Mahindra Marazzo and the lower variants of the Innova Crysta. The automaker is also working on introducing the Brezza SUV facelift and is collaborating with Toyota to introduce a Creta-rivalling midsize SUV.

    Also See:

    Updated Maruti Suzuki XL6 ready for April 21 launch

    2022 Maruti Suzuki Ertiga: new vs old

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