Maruti Suzuki, the biggest automaker in the country, has raised the prices of six of its models. Popular hatchbacks like the Swift, Celerio, and WagonR, as well as other models like the Dzire, Ciaz, and XL6, have seen their prices go up by up to Rs 15,000. The price of these types has gone up by at least Rs 1,500 thanks to Maruti Suzuki. As of April, the new prices are in place. If you want to buy one of these six types after the price increase, you should know everything you need to know about how much it will cost.
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The most pricey car was this one
The three-row XL6 (XL6) MPV is the Maruti Suzuki car whose price has gone up the most. The price of the new XL6, which came out last year, has gone up by Rs 15,000. After the price increase, the XL6 will start at Rs 11.41 lakh. (ex-showroom).
This car’s price went up the least
One of the most popular Maruti models in India is the WagonR, which also has the lowest price increase of these six cars. The price of the car will go up by up to Rs 1,500, and the base model will now start at Rs 5.54 lakh (ex-showroom). The most expensive WagonR model will cost up to Rs 7.40 lakh. (ex-showroom).
Maruti Celerio new price
The price of Maruti Suzuki Celerio has also gone up in a similar way. After the price increase of Rs 1,500, the base LXI model of the Celerio car will cost Rs 5.36 lakh. (ex-showroom). The most expensive model, the ZXi+ AMT, will cost Rs 7.14 lakh. (ex-showroom).
Price of the new Maruti Swift
Maruti has raised the price of the Swift and other hatchbacks by up to Rs 5,000. India’s best-selling Maruti model, the Swift, will now start at Rs 5.99 lakh (ex-showroom) and go up to Rs 8.97 lakh (ex-showroom) for the most expensive type.
How much does Maruti Dzire cost
The best-selling car in India is the Maruti Dzire, which competes with the Honda Amaze and the Hyundai Aura. Prices have gone up by as much as Rs 7,500. The price of the subcompact car will now start at Rs 6.51 lakh. (ex-showroom).
How much did the Maruti Ciaz prices go up
The Ciaz, a small sedan that competes with cars like the Honda City and Hyundai Verna, has seen its price go up by Rs 11,000. The price of the sedan’s Sigma and Alpha trim levels has gone up by Rs 10,500 each. The Delta trim model of the Ciaz has gone up in price by Rs 6,500, and the Zeta trim model has gone up in price by Rs 11,000.