The biggest automaker of consumer cars in India, Maruti Suzuki, will raise pricing starting in January 2023 for all of its products. The cost increase will differ depending on the configuration. Car manufacturers frequently inflate wages at the beginning of the fiscal year. According to the corporation, current administrative standards and general inflationary are driving an upsurge in increasing pressures. It has proven necessary to pass on some of the damage via an increment in revenue, even though the corporation makes every effort to minimise costs and partially offset the increase.
The Indo-Japanese manufacturer reported overall sales of 132,395 units in November 2022 as opposed to 109,726 components in the previous year’s identical month. In contrast to the 17,473 units sold in November 2021, the firm could sell 18,251 units of compact cars (containing the Alto and S-Presso). Maruti Suzuki reported sales of 72,844 vehicles in the petite category, which comprises the Celerio, Ignis, Swift, Baleno, and Dzire, up from 57,019 units in the same month last year. Grand Vitara, Brezza, Ertiga, and S-Cross units sold by the manufacturer for retail totalled 24,574 units.
MARUTI SUZUKI’S FUTURE PLAN
Following the year, the business plans to add three more versions to its UV (Utility Vehicle) manufacturing line. The Maruti Baleno Cross, Maruti Jimny with five doors, and a revolutionary three MPV inspired by the Toyota Innova Hycross will all be part of it. At the 2023 Delhi Auto Expo in January, all three vehicles will debut in front of the general audience.
In essence, the forthcoming Maruti Suzuki MPV will be an Innova Hycross that has been given a fresh paint job and will go on sale in January 2023. The brand will only be sold at the company’s top-tier Nexa dealerships. It will be the priciest Maruti Suzuki vehicle sold in the nation. Price estimates for the forthcoming Maruti MPV range from Rs 20 lakh for the previous model to Rs 30 lakh.