New Delhi: Honda Cars India will trek costs of its vehicles crosswise over models by up to Rs 16,000 from January to balance effect of rising info costs.
“We will trek costs in the scope of Rs 10,000-16,000 from January, contingent upon the model. The cost increment has been required by virtue of expansion in data costs,” Honda Cars senior VP (Marketing and Sales) Jnaneswar Sen told PTI.
General Motors India to trek costs by up to 2 for every penny from January
Maruti Suzuki to raise auto costs from January 1
Hyundai says to bring auto costs up in India beginning one year from now
Mercedes-Benz to trek costs crosswise over models
BMW to bring auto costs up in India by up to 3 for every penny beginning 2016
At present, HCIL offers a scope of vehicles beginning from the passage level little auto Brio to the CR-V, with cost extending between Rs 4.25 lakh and Rs 25.13 lakh (all costs ex-showroom Delhi). Officially, different auto creators like Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki India, General Motors, Hyundai Motor India, Toyota and German extravagance auto producers Mercedes Benz and BMW have declared a trek in costs of their vehicles crosswise over models from January to balance info costs.
Plus, car creators Nissan, Renault and Skoda have declared arrangements to climb costs by up to Rs 50,000 from January one year from now to in part balance the effect of higher data costs. Specialists trust that carmakers as a rule concoct such declarations around this time help them clear inventories left after overwhelming bubbly rebates on vehicles.