Renault's product portfolio will get dearer from January, 2014. The France-based carmaker attributes the decision to an increase in input costs.
Unlike other car manufacturers though, Renault has not revealed the percentage of price hike that will come into effect across its models.
While the car industry continues to reel under a slump and the festive season failing to give sales a fillip, Renault aims to attract customers by offering a better value deal. On buying a Renault vehicle one can avail of additional two year warranty, attractive exchange benefits, three years insurance and 24x7 road assistance.