Passenger Cars India announced that effective January 01, 2022, the brand will
increase prices of its popular carlines the Polo, Vento and Taigun, owing to
the rising input and operational costs. The price revision will be ranging from
2% - 5% depending on the carline and the variant.
price hike will not be applicable to the new Tiguan, which was launched in
India recently. Commenting on the announcement, Ashish Gupta, Brand Director,
Volkswagen Passenger Cars India said, Our effort over the years has been to
make our brand, products and services more accessible and establish Volkswagen
as the brand of choice amongst our customers.
to the substantial increase in the input and operational costs, we have decided
to hike the prices of our product offering ranging from 2% - 5% and keeping the
impact on customers at a minimal level. Volkswagen currently offers Polo,
Vento, Taigun and Tiguan for the Indian market and will introduce a new global
sedan, the second product under the India 2.0 project based on MQB A0 IN
platform in early 2022.
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