auto news desk,The government keeps changing the rules related to vehicles from time to time, while recently i.e. from April 1, carbon emission norms have been implemented in the country. After which many automakers have increased the prices of their cars, where Mahindra and Hyundai have increased the prices of their cars first. On the other hand, vehicle manufacturers say that the input cost of cars has increased after the implementation of carbon emission norms, as the engines of cars have to be made in accordance with the Real Driving Emission (RDE). Due to which they had to increase the prices of the cars, in such a situation Mahindra and Hyundai have increased the prices of their cars.
Mahindra Thar New Prices
Mahindra & Mahindra has increased the petrol variant of the Thar by Rs. 28,200, while the prices of the LX AT 2WD HT variant of the Thar remain unchanged. Along with this, the price of Thar diesel variant has been increased from Rs 28,000 to Rs 56,000.
Mahindra XUV 700 New Prices
Mahindra has also increased the prices of its premium SUV cars XUV 300 and XUV 700, where Mahindra has increased the prices of the petrol variants of the XUV 700 in the range of Rs 55900 to Rs 75100. Along with this, Mahindra has increased the prices. The price of the petrol version of the XUV300 has been reduced by Rs 14,000 to Rs 16,000.
new hyundai creta prices
Hyundai has also increased the prices of many of its cars after the implementation of the new emission norms, while Hyundai has increased the prices of Creta, Venue, Alcazar cars. On the other hand, if we talk about the new prices of Creta, then the prices of its compact SUV have been increased by Rs. 3000. Along with this, talking about the prices of other Hyundai cars, the price of its TUCSON SUV has been increased. The maximum increase has happened, after which the price of this car will start from Rs 35.31 lakh instead of Rs 28.63 lakh.