Mahindra has raised the prices of all models in its programming. This is the third time the Indian carmaker has risen this year, having previously introduced a price correction in January, and then in May.
The price of Mahindra Thar has gained the most revision, as some of its variants have become more or less expensive ₹1 laku. The walk is in between ₹42,300 to ₹1.02,000. While customers will have to pay ₹67,000 more for the AX versions, the cost of the LX versions, more expensive gasoline and diesel engines ₹More than 42,000 ₹1 laku.
1997 cc | Gasolina | Manual
14.15.350*From now on
1497 cc | Gasolina | Manual
17.67.565*From now on
1462 cc | Gasolina | Manual
11,69,197 ₹*From now on
Prices for the Mahindra Alturas G4, KUV100 NXT and XUV500 have undergone a minimal overhaul. The price of the XUV500 has gone up ₹From 2,912 ₹3,188, depending on the variant. The three-row SUV has four transports – W5, W7 W9 and W11 (O) – available on the market. The price of the KUV100 NXT has gone up ₹3,016 ₹3,344. Alturas G4 prices went up ₹3,094 in 2WD and 4WD variants.
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The prices of the selective variants of the Mahindra XUV300 compact SUV have gone up. Models like the W8 and W8 (O) have seen a big rise with manual transmission and petrol train ₹18,970 eta ₹24,266, respectively. Coming to the diesel variant of the SUV, the prices of models like W4, W8, W8 (O) and W8 (O) AMT are now more expensive ₹From 3,708 ₹23,870. As for the popular bolero, the new price is roughly increasing ₹From 21,000 ₹22,600.
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The price of the Marazzo MPV offered in three variants (M2, M4 Plus and M6 Plus) has also increased ₹From 26,000 ₹Depending on the option chosen by 30,000 customers. Mahindra Scorpio has also not been left untouched, as the price got a review ₹30,000 to ₹40,000.