Hyundai Motor India said it will hike costs of its cars by up to Rs 30,000 from next coming month to adjust rising input costs and unfriendly fluctuation in foreign money exchange.
We are obliged to consider the cost increment on account of factors like increment in expense of segments and poor rupee so on. The proposed cost increment up to Rs 30,000 will be successful from January 2016 over all models including Elite and Creta.
The organization sells auto car models Eon, i10, Elite i20, Active i20, Grand i10, Elantra, Santa Fe, Xcent and Verna crosswise over segments priced estimated between Rs 3.10 Lac and Rs 30.41 Lac Ex-showroom Delhi.
Effectively different auto car makers including German luxury car producers Mercedes Benz, BMW and Toyota have declared a hike in the costs of their vehicles crosswise over models from January to adjust rising input costs.