Hyundai Motor India today announced a price hike across various models, including the popular 'Santro', to offset increase in costs of input materials and freight.
While price of Santro will go up by Rs 3,500, the company's premium compact 'Getz' will be dearer by Rs 1601-2601, a company official said, adding that the hike would be effective from tomorrow.
The mid-size 'Accent' will be expensive by Rs 1,600-2,600 between various variants while the 'Elantra' sedan will be dearer by Rs 6,300. The CRDi LP variant of the Elantra will see prices go up by as much as Rs 26,300.
Price of luxury sedan 'Sonata' and SUV 'Tuscon' will see a marginal hike of Rs 700.
Hyundai had last month said that it would hike the prices of cars following a rise in costs of inputs as well as increase in freight rates.