Thursday, January 06, 2022
By Manoj Kumawat
Hyundai India Hikes the Prices of Its Cars
Following the practice of hiking the prices in January, Hyundai India has also joined the team of Maruti Suzuki, Skoda, Toyota, Tata Motors, and Volkswagen, and increased the prices of a few cars under its flagship. According to recent reports, the Indian alliance of Korean carmaker has hiked the prices of Alcazar, Venue, Creta, Grandi10 Nios, Aura, and the Santro. The price hike varies from Rs 7,300 to Rs 22,000. There is no hike in the prices of Elantra, Kona Electronic, and Tucson.
To begin with, the best selling compact SUV Creta receives a hike of Rs 7,000. The top-end variant 1.4-litre petrol DCT is now available with a price tag of Rs 17.94 lakh, whereas the diesel variant with an automatic transmission system is priced at Rs 17.85 lakh.
Hyundai Venue: There is no change in the price of the entry-level E with a 1.2-litre petrol engine. The prices of other trims in the petrol variant, including both 1.2-litre and 1.0-litre turbo engines, are hiked up to Rs 2,100. The price of SX trim in the diesel variant remains unchanged, whereas the prices of other trims are hiked by Rs 4,100.
Hyundai Alcazar: The prices of various petrol trims witness the hike of Rs 14,000, whereas the base trim in the diesel variant records the hike of Rs 22,000. There is no effect on the prices of Platinum and Signature AT trims.
Speaking about the other cars under the flagship of Hyundai India, the regular i20 and its N-Line is now Rs 6,800 expensive than its existing price. The prices of Grand i10 Nios goes high up to Rs 7,300. The prices of the Santro series witnesses hike from Rs 10,000 to Rs 17,400, according to the trim purchased by the buyer. The sedans like Aura and Verna are now dearer up to Rs 7,300 and Rs 4,000 respectively.