Hyundai India Price Revision Announced for Venue and Creta SUVs
Car prices are increasing at an alarming rate these days. There are those who believe that car prices will remain high in the future as well. The best thing you can do when it comes to this issue is to know the trends, and how they affect the bottom line.
Hyundai’s extensive and ever-growing UV portfolio is now available with a revised price list. The recently launched Alcazar is still available at the launch price as there is no change in the prices of Alcazar as of now.
By 2021, auto makers have had to hike several prices to balance the volatility in prices. Car makers have been facing many challenges in the last few years. The cost of raw materials, labor and transportation has seen a steady price rise, with buyers seeking more value for their money in vehicle purchases.
Hyundai Creta Price August 2021
The Hyundai Creta price hike is 1.6 per cent, depending on the variant. The 1.5 MT e Creta petrol ex-sh hike has now crossed Rs 10 lakh after the price hike of 16 Grand. 1.5 MT Ex Creta Petrol now sells for over 11 lakhs after the same price hike.
The same is true for the MTS petrol variant. All other petrol Creta variants have now become costlier by Rs 19,600. The Creta diesel 1.5 MT E, MT EX and MT S are Rs 12,100 more expensive. 1.5 MT SX Executive is costlier by 16 grands. All other diesel Creta variants are now costlier by Rs 15,600.
Hyundai Venue Price August 2021
Venue Petrol E, S, S+, S(O)iMT, S(O) DCT, and SX MT are costlier by Rs 7,100. This means that the S(O) DCT, and the SX MT are now only listed at a retail price of over Rs 10 lakh. The Venue Petrol SX MT and SX IMT have been listed at a price of Rs 10,07,000 lakh after the price hike of 7 Grands. The SX (O) iMT and SX+ DCT are costlier by Rs 7,134, and are now priced at Rs 11,35,700 and Rs 11,68,200 respectively.
The Venue Diesel S (O) is costlier by Rs 7,100 at its earlier price of Rs 9,52 lakh. The Venue Diesel SX price remains unchanged at Rs 9.99 lakh. SX(O) working price has crossed the Rs 11 lakh limit after a price revision of Rs 7,099. The SX(O) Venue diesel is now priced at Rs 11,67,500.
The details of how car prices have risen over the years leave consumers where they are now. Taking into account the various cost inputs we get to know why cars are priced the way they do nowadays. Also, one should be aware that price changes are inevitable in the future.
Concurrently, oil prices have risen significantly since mid-2008. Although it has slowed slightly over certain periods, it is difficult for auto makers to control the rise in oil prices. And this graph will increase even more in the coming years.