- Eeco prices have risen by Rs 8,000
- From now on, airbags will also be available in Eeco
- Covid has increased costs
Maruti Suzuki India, the country’s largest car maker, will once again raise the prices of its vehicles. The company’s vehicles will become more expensive again from January. Maruti says vehicle prices have skyrocketed since the Kovid epidemic. As a result, some of its burden will fall on consumers and it will increase the prices of its vehicles from January.
Prices have risen 3 times in one year
Maruti Suzuki has increased the price of its vehicles 3 times in 2021. The company had raised the prices of its models in September before the festival. Earlier, vehicle prices had also gone up in April and January.
In September, the company raised its vehicle prices by 1.9%. It also did not say how much it would cost in January.
Eeco has gone up by Rs 8,000
Although the prices of the rest of Maruti’s vehicles will go up from January, the company has increased the price of its Eeco model by Rs 8,000 since November 30. These prices have been increased for Eeco’s non-cargo model. As a result, the company will now offer airbags in Eeco.
Maruti Suzuki has also recently launched a new model of its Celerio. The company claims that this is the car with the highest mileage of more than 26 km in the country. The company has re-launched it in the starting price range of around Rs 5 lakh.