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Renault Triber India Prices Hiked By Up To ₹ 13,000

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The BS6 Renault Triber was launched in the country earlier this year in January for a starting price of ₹ 4.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The company hiked the prices by up to ₹ 29,000 specifically because of the BS6 transition. It is worth noting that the MPV has already received four price hikes since its launch. Now, the BS6-compliant MPV has received another price hike, which ranges from ₹ 11,500 to ₹ 13,000. Unlike previous instances, the company has also increased the price for the base variant. The MPV has been churning out good volumes for the carmaker.

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Hyundai Creta Gets A Price Hike Of Up To 62,000; New Petrol Base Variant Introduced

Hyundai India has increased the prices for the new-gen Creta compact SUV by up to ₹ 61,900. Additionally, the company has also introduced a new base E variant for the petrol version which has been launched at ₹ 9.81 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Earlier, the E trim was only available with the diesel option, while the petrol variants started from the EX trim, which has received the highest price hike of ₹ 61,900. The new variant has possibly been introduced to off-set the heavy upward revision in the price of the EX petrol variant, and also, to keep the entry-level ex-showroom price below ₹ 10 lakh. The rest of the petrol and diesel variants have now become dearer by ₹ 11,900. After the revision, the 2020 Hyundai Creta is now priced from ₹ 9.81 lakh to ₹ 17.31 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

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Hyundai Verna Prices Hiked By ₹ 8,000; Gets A New Entry-Level Petrol Variant


Hyundai Motor India has silently introduced a new base petrol variant for its compact sedan - the Verna. The new E trim, which now sits below the previous entry-level variant S, has been launched at ₹ 9.03 lakh, bringing the base price of the car down by ₹ 28,000. However, the company has also increased the price for the rest of the variants of the Verna by ₹ 8,000. So, if we exclude the new E variant, the Hyundai Verna variants, which were earlier priced between ₹ 9.30 lakh and 15.10 lakh, are now priced from ₹ 9.38 lakh to ₹ 15.18 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi). We saw Hyundai employ a similar strategy with the Creta as well, which recently received a priced hike of up to ₹ 62,000.

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Tata Increases The Prices Of Select Variants Of The Nexon EV By ₹ 26,000

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Tata Motors has increased the price of its electric SUV, the Nexon EV, by ₹ 26,000 for the XZ+ and the XZ+ LUX variants in India. However, prices for the entry-level XM variant remains unchanged, and the electric SUV continues to come at a starting price of ₹ 13.99 lakh. However, after the revision, the other two variants are now priced at ₹ 15.25 lakh and ₹ 16.25 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. When we reached out to Tata Motors, the company told us that the prices announced at the time of launch were introductory, and with the rising raw material cost, it had to increase the price of the electric vehicle.

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