- Maruti has revealed that the price rise is effective from 16 January
- The company confirmed the hike in December
After confirming the development in December, Maruti Suzuki has now raised prices across its entire model range by an average of 1.1 percent. The price increase went into effect on January 16.
While we have yet to get our hands on the new model and changing prices of the Maruti models, we can confirm that the amount of increase is calculated based on the ex-showroom prices of the products in Delhi.
Maruti Suzuki currently sells its vehicles through two dealer chains, including Arena and Nexa, the former of which is the premium sales channel. The automaker unveiled a Baleno-based coupe SUV called the Fronx, an eVX electric SUV and a five-door Jimny at Auto Expo 2023 earlier this month.