Chevrolet India To Hike Car Prices Upto INR 30,000 in 2017

  • 21st, Dec 2016 6:36 PM
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One can take otherwise but the Chevrolet is actually seeking to generate some extra revenue on the price of each and every model as General Motors maintained Chevrolet India has declared a value hike over every model in the nation by around Rs 30,000 and these Chevrolet models will see a value hike of 1 per cent to 3 per cent relying upon the item and variation but as of now the modified costs may be compelling from January 2017, which is the reason the organization is at present advancing the year-end offers and rebates that are accessible on Chevrolet autos.

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The last Chevrolet model to be launched in India was the Trailblazer SUV, which returns in 2015. Actually, the carmaker has additionally been taking a shot at the Trailblazer facelift that will go marked down in India in 2017. It has been over a year since Chevrolet India propelled another vehicle in India as the organization has been diverting its concentration on fares.

Chevrolet India To Hike Car Prices Upto INR 30,000 in 2017

Chevrolet states that there has additionally been a significant increment in crude material estimating prompting to higher assembling cost in the area. The organization says that the essential explanation behind the cost climb is the expansion in Foreign Exchange rates and high inflationary cost.

Hardeep Brar, Vice President of Sales & Network at GM India told that “In the adverse market conditions the price hike is necessitated on account of higher manufacturing cost as the input prices surge year-on-year. In-line with the industry practice and rising manufacturing and other administrative costs, we proposed a price increase across our product line in India.” Last year GM has additionally said that they will convey the Spin MPV to India in mid-2017 as a trade for the Chevrolet Enjoy.

However, early this year the organization declared that it will no longer continue with the dispatch of Chevrolet Spin MPV in India. A similar Beat Activ idea additionally serves as a motivation for the up and coming new-gen Chevrolet Beat hatchback, which was recently seen testing in India and is set to be propelled in India next year. Rather, Chevrolet is taking a shot at another Soft roader for the Indian market, which will be based on the Beat Activ Concept that was showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo.