Mahindra Price Hike may implemented from January 2021 News

Updated On: 2020-12-16T17:49:13

Mahindra Price Hike may implemented from January 2021

Mahindra has announced a price hike for all its models from next year onwards. The carmaker has stated rising input and commodity costs because the reason for the increase in prices.

While the carmaker has not revealed the extent of the hike, it’s stated that the worth increase will vary counting on the model. Expect the revised pricing to be disclosed in January 2021. For now, Mahindra retails as many as eight models including the recently launched second-gen Thar. The carmaker has stated that customers who have booked the Thar until November 30 are going to be exempt from the worth increase and can have the SUV at its launch prices.

Here are the present ex-showroom Delhi prices for Mahindra’s lineup:

ModelPrice Range
TharRs 9.80 lakh to Rs 13.75 lakh
ScorpioRs 12.42 lakh to Rs 16.27 lakh
XUV300Rs 7.95 lakh to Rs 12.30 lakh
XUV500Rs 13.58 lakh to Rs 19.31 lakh
MarazzoRs 11.25 lakh to Rs 13.51 lakh
KUV100 NXTRs 5.67 lakh to Rs 7.36 lakh
BoleroRs 8.01 lakh to Rs 9.01 lakh
Alturas G4Rs 28.73 lakh to Rs 31.73 lakh

While the costs are set to travel up from the New Year , Mahindra is offering various models at discounted prices up to Rs 3.06 lakh in December 2020

Mahindra is gearing up to possess a busy 2021 because it has the new-gen models of the XUV500 and Scorpio arising . it’s also expected to launch the facelifted XUV300 by the top of 2021 while the sub-4m SUV’s electrified version could arrive within the last half of an equivalent year.

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