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         Posted on :15:26:40 Apr 5, 2011
       Last edited on:17:48:48 Apr 5, 2011
         Tags: Maruti, hike price

 NEW DELHI: The country's largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India today said it has increased the prices of its vehicles across all models by up to Rs 9,000 to offset rising input costs.

"We have undertaken a price hike across the models ranging between 0.2 per cent to 2.4 per cent," a company official told reporters.It will translate into a minimum increase of Rs 1,100 and a maximum of Rs 9000 depending on model, the official added.
The details of price hike across different models could not be ascertained.The official said the price rise is effective from yesterday across the country."This step was undertaken to offset rising input costs," the official said.
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