German luxury carmaker BMW on Thursday increased the prices of its various models in India by up to Rs 4.30 lakh.
The company said under a revised price list for 2010, the base model of sedan 3 series petrol variant would be priced at Rs 27.3 lakh as against Rs 26.9 lakh last year, an increase of Rs 40,000.
The top end variant of the sedan will now be available for Rs 33.4 lakh, an increase of Rs 50,000 from the last year.
The petrol base version of the 5 series sedan from the company will now cost Rs 41.1 lakh, up Rs 60,000 from last year's price.
The diesel variant of the model will come costlier by Rs 50,000 at Rs 37 lakh.
The highest price hike was seen on the company's 6 series model. The BMW 6 Series 650i convertible will now be available at at Rs 89.8 lakh as against Rs 85.5 lakh, a hike of Rs 4.3 lakh.
The base version of 7 series petrol variant will now be tagged at Rs 82.9 lakh as against Rs 81.3 lakh last year, up by Rs 1.6 lakh.
Auto companies have been under pressure from rising input costs and already commercial vehicles have started hiking prices.