The company’s small car Alto K10 is getting maximum benefits of up to Rs 52,000. This includes a cash discount of up to Rs 30,000, an exchange bonus of Rs 15,000 and a corporate discount of up to Rs 5,000. A discount of up to Rs 22,000 can be found on its automatic variant and up to Rs 45,000 on the CNG variant. Maruti’s Celerio is getting benefits of a little over Rs 45,000. The hatchback is available with a discount of Rs 45,100 on the CNG variant, Rs 36,000 on the manual variant and Rs 21,000 on the automatic.
Maruti’s WagonR is getting a discount of up to Rs 42,000. Discounts of up to Rs 32,000 are being offered on the Swift hatchback and the DZire. The company is preparing to increase the prices of its cars from the beginning of next year. Maruti said that due to inflation and recent regulatory rules cost He had to take this decision due to growing up. In the September quarter, the company’s net profit grew almost four times to over Rs 2,061 crore. The company said in a regulatory filing, “Due to inflation and recent regulatory rules, the company is under pressure to increase costs. Due to this, some of its burden Price It has become necessary to reduce by increasing. The company has planned to increase the price from January next year. It will differ according to the models of the cars.
Some other automobile companies may also increase the prices of their cars. Two-wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp has also announced an increase in the prices of bikes and scooters. Maruti Suzuki’s sales increased to around 1.60 lakh units in November. This is an increase of about 15 percent compared to the same month last year. The launch of new variants of Baleno and Grand Vitara has helped the company in increasing the sales this year. Last month the company’s sales stood at 1,59,044 units. It was 1,39,184 units in the same month last year.