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All vehicles of these 3 companies will become expensive from April 1, last chance to save

New Delhi: Cars Price Hike: If you are thinking of buying a flagship car, then there is bad news for you. Actually, car companies making premium vehicles are going to make their line-up expensive from April 1, 2022. These companies include Mercedes-Benz (Mercedes Benz price hike) to BMW (BMW price hike) and Audi (Audi price hike) Are included. However, if you book the vehicle of your choice from the lineup of these car companies by March 31, 2022, then you will not have to pay the increased prices. That is, you will be able to choose the car of your choice at the current price. Today we will tell you how much increase in the prices of vehicles is being done by all these companies. So let’s have a look…

Mercedes-Benz cars to be 3 percent costlier

The largest luxury car maker in the Indian market, Mercedes-Benz India is going to increase the price of its entire range with effect from April 1, 2022. The company will increase the prices of its vehicles by up to 3 percent. The reason behind the increased prices is attributed to the increase in the prices of raw materials.

Mercedes-Benz cars to be 3.5 percent costlier

The German car company, which makes flagship cars, will make its vehicles expensive from April 1, 2022, giving a big blow to its customers. It has been told by the company that the prices will be increased by 3.5 percent.

Audi cars will be 3 percent more expensive

Germany’s leading car maker Audi India is going to make the prices of its vehicles expensive from April 1. The company will increase the prices of its entire lineup by 3 per cent.

Why are the prices of vehicles being increased?

Car companies say that due to rising raw material prices, the cost of making vehicles has increased, due to which they have to take this decision.

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