Tata Motors hikes passenger vehicle prices by up to Rs 12,000

Home-grown auto major Tata Motors has increased prices of its passenger vehicles by up to Rs 12,000 across models to offset rising input costs.

PTI October 19, 2016 13:14:11 IST
Tata Motors hikes passenger vehicle prices by up to Rs 12,000

Hyderabad: Home-grown auto major Tata Motors has increased prices of its passenger vehicles by up to Rs 12,000 across models to offset rising input costs.

Tata Motors hikes passenger vehicle prices by up to Rs 12000

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"We have hiked prices of our passenger vehicles by one per cent ranging between Rs 5,000 and Rs 12,000 due to rising input costs," Mayank Pareek, President, Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors, told PTI.

He said prices of raw materials such as steel and zinc have gone up prompting the company to take such a step.

Tata Motors sells a range of passenger vehicles, including the entry-level small car Nano, newly-launched hatchback Tiago and crossover vehicle Aria, which were priced at a range of Rs 2.15 lakh to Rs 16.3 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Home-grown rival Mahindra & Mahindra has hiked prices of some of its passenger and small commercial vehicles by up to 1 percent from this month.

In August, Hyundai Motor India had hiked prices by up to Rs 20,000 across its models while Maruti Suzuki India had also done so for its various models by up to Rs 20,000.

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