Maruti Suzuki raised the cost of its vehicles offered at Arena retailers, with the Tour S seeing the largest rise of Rs. 30,000. The Nexa and Arena commuter automobile ranges’ values have been raised by Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL). Automakers frequently increase the expense of their automobiles within the first month of a subsequent calendar year for a number of factors, notably growing costs of production. Yesterday, we gave you all the information about the updated Nexa price list.

The Alto, Alto K10, S-Presso, Celerio, Wagon R, Swift, Tour S, Dzire, Brezza, and Ertiga are included in the Arena collection, whereas the Super Carry LCV is offered via a retail location. The existing value range for the Alto entry-level hatchback is somewhere between Rs. 3.54 lakh and Rs. 5.13 lakh (ex-showroom). With the exception of the LXI (O) CNG, pricing have increased throughout the board by Rs.


The cost of the Alto LXI (O) CNG MT has increased by Rs 10,000. The Std, LXI, VXI, and VXI+ models of the next iteration Alto K10 have only recently been released. The starting budget for the standard version is Rs. 3.99 lakh, and the highest amount for the leading variant is Rs. 5.94 lakh (ex-showroom, prices). However, not all of the variations have seen a price increase.


The valuation of the VXI 1.0L AMT accent has increased by Rs. 10,000, whereas only the 1.0L VXI MT and VXI+ AMT trims have seen budget increases of Rs. 5,000 apiece. The pricing spectrum for the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso now commences at Rs. 4.25 lakh and extends as high as Rs. 6.10 lakh, an increase of up to Rs. 10,000. MSIL debuted the second-generation Celerio in India at the end of 2021.


The Maruti Suzuki Swift now priced between Rs. 5.99 lakh and Rs. 8.98 lakh, an increase of Rs. 21,000, while the Tour S and Dzire have seen increased costs of up to Rs. 30,000 and Rs. 20,000, correspondingly. Rates for the second-generation Brezza small SUV have gone up substantially by 8,000 rupees, with the exception of the base trim, which has seen a 20,000 rupee increase in costs.



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