While a detailed price list is unavailable at this time, the price revision will not apply for cars that have recently been launched at a revised price.
The start of a year brings with it a range of new launches, MY vehicles, variants, and updates. But most significantly, it heralds a price revision. Keeping with the pattern, Maruti Suzuki India Limited today announced a price change for select models.
This is being attributed to an increase in input costs, which as it stands, continues to be on the rise. As with inflationary trends, vehicle price is usually revised 2 or 3 times a year. For now, select cars being sold by MSIL will now be sold at an increased price. The price revision ranges from upto 4.7 percent (Ex-Showroom – Delhi). The new prices are effective from January 27, 2020.
For starters, Maruti has revised its Ciaz range to be BS6 compliant. Alongside, the manufacturer has also introduced a new variant, Ciaz S based on the top end Alpha (MT) variant. As such, the Ciaz BS6 range will not be subject to a further price hike. 2020 Maruti Ciaz is available at the following price points. Maruti Ciaz S Alpha is available at a price of Rs 10.08 L.
Other BSVI Ciaz variants are available at the following ex sh Delhi price points. Ciaz Sigma (MT) at Rs 8.31 L, Delta (MT) at Rs 8.93 L Zeta (MT) at Rs 9.70 L, Alpha (MT) at Rs 9.97 L. Ciaz S tops the MT range. The AT range starts with Delta (At at a price of Rs 9.97 L, Zeta (AT) at Rs 10.80 L, and the top of the range Alpha (AT) is priced at Rs 11.09 lakhs.
Earlier today the company launched its Alto CNG BSVI in two trims, LXi and LXi (O). Factory-fitted, Maruti Alto BS6 S-CNG Lxi is available at a price of Rs 4,32,700 ex-sh, Delhi, and Alto BS6 Lxi (O) S-CNG at Rs 4,36,300 ex-sh, Delhi. This is MSIL’s 12th BSVI launch.
About a week earlier, MSIL introduced the Celerio BS6. Maruti Celerio BS6 launch price is in the range of Rs 4.41 L to Rs 5.67 L. About a fortnight earlier, MSIL introduced its BSVI compliant Eeco at a starting price of Rs 3.8 L. Keeping in mind how recent these vehicle launches are, one will see them untouched by the current price revision. The need of the hour for MSIL is to ensure that all its vehicles are BSVI compliant by deadline, April 1, 2020. Their BS6 car sales have crossed 5 lakh in 10 months.