As of September 2021, the prices of Maruti Suzuki’s vehicles will increase. Now, the automaker has revealed that select models will see a 1.9 percent price hike starting September 6, 2021. As a result, the model-specific price increase ranges from Rs 1,000 all the way to Rs 22,000.Rs 10,000 more for the Vitara Brezza. Rs. 20,000 more for Ertiga now. Some Baleno variants’ prices have risen by Rs 15,200.

Which Maruti Suzuki models are affected by the price hike?

Maruti’s entry-level model, the Alto 800, has seen its ex-showroom price rise by up to Rs 16,100, depending on its trim level. Price hikes of up to Rs 7,500 are also planned for the S-Presso model. It’s also worth noting that popular Wagon R and Swift have seen their prices rise by as much as Rs 12,000. This is a significant price increase for the Dzire.

There is a Rs 10,000 increase in the price of the Vitara Brezza SUV, while the Ertiga and the XL6 MPVs are both up by Rs 20,000 and Rs 12,000 respectively.

Baleno and Ignis, on the other hand, have seen their prices rise by up to Rs 15,200 and Rs 14,680, respectively. There is a price increase of up to Rs 20,500 for each Ciaz and S-Cross.

This is in addition to a 20-300-rupee increase in the price of the CNG-only Tour S model. There is a maximum increase of Rs 22,500 for the Maruti Eeco.

Listed below is a summary of each model’s price hike.

Increase in Maruti Suzuki prices scheduled for September 2021


price hike

Alto 800

Up to Rs 16,100


Up to Rs 7,500

Wagon R

Up to Rs 12,500

Vitara Brezza

Up to Rs 10,000


Up to Rs  10,000


Up to Rs 20,000


Up to Rs 13,000


Up to Rs 15,200


Up to Rs 14,680


Up to Rs 20,500


Up to Rs 12,311


Up to Rs 20,500


Up to Rs 20,300


Up to Rs 22,500


Reason for Maruti Suzuki’s price hike

One reason for the price increase is cited in an MSIL regulatory filing as rising input costs, including escalating steel and precious metal prices. Incidentally, even though it’s GM’s third official price hike, this actually marks GM’s fourth, as it previously raised prices on the Swift and its entire CNG range in July.

According to Sunjay Kapur, president of the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), “There are strong headwinds with regard to the supply chain, including the chip shortage, raw material price increases, uncertainty around logistics in terms of the non-availability of containers, and shipping rates that are skyrocketing. The industry needs to overcome these challenges.”

2021 and beyond: upcoming Maruti Suzuki vehicles

Maruti Suzuki will introduce a completely redesigned Celerio in the near future. The Baleno is also getting a major update, among other things.

Also, read: Maruti Suzuki September production to come down by 60%