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Hyundai’s price increase of Alcazar, Creta, Venue, and other models up to Rs 22,000 each.

by Navyatha Sandiri
Hyundai's price increase
  • Hyundai’s price increase, with the exception of the new i20.
  • The hike in Santro is the smallest, ranging from Rs 600 to Rs 4,900.
  • New prices are in effect immediately at all dealerships.

Hyundai’s price increase across its whole portfolio earlier this month because of rising manufacturing costs. Hyundai’s website has now officially published the new costs. Except for the next-generation i20, all models get a bump. Here is the pricing for each model:

The Hyundai Elantra receives the biggest price increase, up to Rs 45,000. The top-of-the-line SX(O) petrol and diesel AT models are the most impacted.

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The Elantra, the segment’s lone mid-size sedan, is currently priced between Rs 17.80 lakh and Rs 21.10 lakh.

The price of the Hyundai Santro has risen by Rs 600 to Rs 4,900. The Magna CNG and AMT models receive the smallest increases, while the Magna MT and Sportz MT models receive the largest.

The price of the Grand i10 Nios has risen by Rs 2,900 to Rs 7,390, including the Turbo variant. The base-spec Era variation is the most afflicted, whereas the mid-spec Magna variant is the least affected. The majority of variations have seen a price rise of Rs 5,000 to Rs 6,000.

The price of the i10 Nios ranges between Rs 5.19 lakh and Rs 8.41 lakh.

The price of the Aura sub-4-meter sedan has increased by Rs 2,200 to Rs 9,800. The top-spec variations receive the smallest increase, whereas CNG variants receive the largest.

It is currently available for purchase at a price range of Rs 5.92 lakh to Rs 9.32 lakh.

The Santro has priced between Rs 4.67 lakh and Rs 6.53 lakh.

The Venue’s pricing has increased by Rs 1,760 to Rs 12,400.

The SX Turbo iMT and SX Diesel variants’ prices stay unchanged. The hike is the smallest for the top-spec SX and SX(O) models, and the biggest for the mid-spec variants.

Prices range from Rs 6.86 lakh to Rs 11.67 lakh for the new models.

The Hyundai Verna has priced between Rs 9.11 lakh and Rs 15.20 lakh, with price increases ranging from Rs 2,700 to Rs 12,100.

The price increases the most in the mid-spec trims, and the least in the top-spec turbo petrol and diesel trims.

The new Creta has seen the most significant price increase, with the base-spec E diesel model costing Rs 31,000 more. Only the petrol variants would experience a price increase of up to Rs 22,000. The costs of the remaining diesel variants remain unchanged.

It now costs between Rs 10 lakh to Rs 17.54 lakh.

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Tucson, their flagship model, has seen a price increase from Rs 31,000 to Rs 39,000. The highest increase is shown in the base-spec GL diesel, while the lowest is seen in the GLS 4WD.

With effect from January 2022, Hyundai India has raised pricing across its entire product range. Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, Skoda, Toyota, and Volkswagen are among the companies that have hiked their pricing as the new year approaches.

When it comes to Hyundai’s future plans, the South Korean automaker is preparing to offer its three most popular models — the Creta, Venue, and Kona EV – a mid-life update. This year will see the release of all revised models. Aside from that, in the coming years, the company plans to enter the compact MPV and micro SUV markets. According to sources, Hyundai plans to introduce the Stargazer three-row MPV in India in 2022. The vehicle will be pitted against the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga in this test.

In India, the business is developing a new entry-level sub-4-meter SUV to compete with the Maruti Suzuki Ignis and the newly released Tata Punch. The car, internally dubbed Hyundai Ai3, is expected to hit markets in 2023. Hyundai’s future small SUV, the Casper, could be built on a modified version of Casper’s platform. It will be the country’s smallest and most cheap Hyundai SUV “as read and reported by www.indiacarnews.com”.

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