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Volvo vehicles become expensive by up to Rs 3 lakh, read the new price list of all 4 cars

New Delhi.
Volvo Cars Price Hike April 2022: Swedish luxury car maker Volvo Car India has given a big blow to its customers. The company has announced a hike in the ex-showroom prices of its cars in India by Rs 1 lakh to Rs 3 lakh across all models in view of rising cost pressures.

Ex-showroom prices of the new model

model Variant type new price how expensive it was
Volvo XC40 T4 R Design petrol Rs 44,50,000 3 percent
Volvo XC60 B5 Inscription petrol mild hybrid Rs 65,90,000 4 percent
Volvo S90 B5 Inscription petrol mild hybrid Rs 65,90,000 2 percent
Volvo XC90 B6 Inscription petrol mild hybrid Rs 93,90,000 3 percent

 

The new prices are effective with immediate effect. However, customers who have booked their car at Volvo dealerships till April 12, 2022 will not be affected by the hike in prices. Let us tell you that the company had increased the prices of its car in the month of January this year. In such a situation, this is the second time this year when the company has made the prices of its vehicles expensive.

Jyoti Malhotra, Managing Director, Volvo Car India said, “The past few months have seen disruptions in global supply chains leading to increased input and logistics costs. it volvo car India is adversely affected as it houses the entire Indian automobile industry. This unprecedented cost escalation has forced us to increase the ex-showroom prices of all our products.”

As a harbinger of becoming an all-electric car company, Volvo Car India has transitioned to an all-petrol portfolio, with all diesel models phasing out. In India, Volvo recently introduced the XC60, S90 and XC90 petrol with 48V mild-hybrid system. Volvo XC40 SUV, Volvo XC60 SUV, Volvo S60 sedan and Volvo S90 sedan were among the bestselling models sold by Volvo Car India in the first half of 2021.

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