Motors has announced that it will marginally increase price of its passenger
vehicles from May 1, 2023. The weighted
average increase will be 0.6%, depending on the variant and model.
Motors has been absorbing a significant portion of the increased costs on
account of regulatory changes & rise in overall input costs and is hence
compelled to pass on some proportion through this hike.
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