Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: In order to offset the impact of infrastructure cess proposed in the Union Budget 2016-17, the following car manufacturers have hiked the car prices.
Maruti Suzuki cars have turned pricer by up to Rs 34,494. The company announced on Thursday, that the hike will be from the immediate effect.
Hyundai India also hiked car prices across complete range by up to Rs 80,000. The hike will be applicable to all the cars—from the entry-level segment to the top-rang models.
Tata Motors hiked car prices across range in India by up to Rs 35,000.The hike has been in the range of Rs 2,000 to Rs 35,000 depending on vehicle type, segment, fuel type and variants.
Mercedes-Benz India increased prices of all models by up to three to five percent depending on the vehicle.