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Skoda hikes prices of Slavia by Rs 60,000

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Skoda has climbed the costs of its average size car, the Slavia, by up to Rs 60,000. This is the principal cost increment of the Honda City-equaling car since its send off in February 2022. The Slavia currently begins from Rs 10.99 lakh for the base 1.0 TSI manual Active variation, going as far as possible up to Rs 18.39 lakh for the reach besting 1.5 TSI DCT Style variation.

The Slavia is accessible in three trims and four powertrain choices. The costs of the Active and Ambition variations have gone up by Rs 30,000. In the interim, the 1.0-liter Style variation sees a value knock of Rs 40,000. The 1.5-liter variation – which is accessible just in the top-end Style trim – is currently more costly by Rs 60,000.

Alongside the cost climb comes a minor gear update. Given the continuous chip deficiency, Skoda has supplanted the 10-inch infotainment screen on the Slavia as well as the Kushaq with a 8.0-inch unit. The new unit passes up remote Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Last month, Skoda had additionally raised the costs of the Kushaq SUV by up to Rs 70,000.

Indeed, even before this cost climb, the Slavia was one of the more costly vehicles in the portion that comprises of cars like the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Hyundai Verna and Honda City. Truth be told, in its top-spec symbol, the Slavia is the second most costly vehicle after the as of late sent off Honda City Hybrid which retails for Rs 19.49 lakh.

This climb additionally pushes the costs of the Slavia nearer to the Kushaq, which is the more well known decision in Skoda’s India portfolio. Besides, Volkswagen is good to go to send off the Virtus – a sister model to the Slavia – on June 9. It would be intriguing to perceive how Volkswagen figures out how to cost it and in the event that it can undermine the Skoda Slavia.

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