Isuzu Cars To Get Dearer From 1 January 2019
With the year coming to an end and the carmakers announcing big benefits on their cars Isuzu has announced a price hike across its entire lineup wef 1 January 2019 The prices will go up in the range of 3 to 4 per cent effectively increasing the prices by upto Rs 1 lakh, depending on the model and the variant
Prices will go up between 3 to 4 per cent
Price hike will range from Rs 15,000 and will go upto Rs 1 lakh, depending on the model
It is being done to offset the increasing input and distribution costs.
Isuzu only has two cars in its lineup: D-Max V Cross and the mu-X.
With the year coming to an end and the carmakers announcing big benefits on their cars. Isuzu has announced a price hike across its entire lineup w.e.f 1 January 2019. The prices will go up in the range of 3 to 4 per cent effectively increasing the prices by upto Rs 1 lakh, depending on the model and the variant.
Currently, Isuzu has only two product in its lineup in the form of D-Max V-Cross and the mu-X. Where the D-Max is priced from Rs 14.82 lakh to Rs 16.31 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the mu-X ranges from Rs 26.34 lakh to Rs 28.31 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
Isuzu is not the only carmaker to announce a price hike for next year. BMW has also announced a price hike of upto 4 per cent across its entire lineup w.e.f 1 January 2019.
To know more about the Isuzu price hike, check out the offical press release below:
ISUZU to increase price of D-MAX Pick-ups & mu-X SUV from January 2019
Chennai: Isuzu Motors India announced an upcoming increase in the prices of its range of D-MAX Pick-ups and mu-X SUV with effect from 01 January 2019. The increase is expected to be between 1-2% for the commercial range - D-MAX Regular Cab & D-MAX S-CAB and between 3-4% for its lifestyle and adventure Pick-up – D-MAX V-Cross and mu-X SUV. The price increase will be in the range of Rs 15,000/- to Rs 1,00,000/- (ex-showroom), across models / variants. The increase in price is due to the increasing input and distribution costs.
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