Indian car manufacturer Tata Motors has increased the prices of some of its passenger vehicles and all of its commercial vehicles by a range of Rs 3,000-30,000 due to rising input costs. The new prices come in with immediate effect.
While the prices of passenger cars have been increased in the range of 3,000-15,000, for the commercial vehicles the hike ranges between Rs 1,500-30,000, the company said in a statement.
The flagship model of the company Tata Indica and Indigo would now be dearer by a range of Rs 3,000-Rs 15,000 depending on the model. In utility vehicles, the price increase on Tata Sumo, Grande MK II, Safari and Xenon ranges between Rs 8,700-14,500.
The commercial vehicles from Tata Motors would be more expensive by Rs 1,500-30,000 more, it said.