Renault India Hikes Prices of its Three Cars
By Vikas Yogi
1 mins read
Published on July 2, 2014
French carmaker Renault's Indian subsidiary has increased the prices of its three models to offset the rising input costs.
In effect, the prices of Renault Duster, Scala and Pulse have gone up by 1 per cent post this announcement. However, the prices of the company's premium products - Koleos and Fluence - will remain unchanged.
Explaining the reason for the hike, Renault said, "The hike is due to swelling inputs cost, which has driven up the cost of components."
Last Updated on July 2, 2014
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