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New car, SUV prices to go up from April 2022


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BMW, Toyota, Mercedes-Benz and Audi have reported a cost increment across their model line-up from April 1, 2022. All carmakers have refered to rising information costs as the significant explanation for the climb.


BMW said it will be expanding the ex-display area costs of its models in India by 3.5 percent. The brand said that the climb will be brought into impact to change the material and strategic expense, current geo-political circumstance and trade rates. Presently, the BMW India line-up comprises of the 2-series Gran Coupe, 3 Series, 3 Series Gran Limousine, 5 Series, X1, X3 and others. The cost climb is, notwithstanding, not material for BMW-claimed Mini vehicles.


Toyota’s ex-display area costs will be expanded by up to four percent. After January, this is the carmaker’s subsequent cost climb in 2022. In India, Toyota’s line-up comprises of the new Glanza, Urban Cruiser, Innova Crysta, Fortuner, Camry and the Vellfire extravagance MPV.


Mercedes-Benz has said that costs for every one of its models will go up by three percent Back in January, Mercedes-Benz had expanded its costs by 2% on select models. Mercedes-Benz’s India line-up incorporates the A-Class Limousine, E-Class, CLS, S-Class, GLC, GLE and GLS, among others.


Audi has likewise declared a three percent cost climb across its line-up referring to similar explanation of rising information costs. In January as well, Audi had expanded the costs by three percent. Audi India’s line-up incorporates the A4, A6, A8, Q5, e-tron, among others.

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