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Tata Motors to hike passenger vehicle price by up to 2.2% from August

'The price hike will be across all models, although quantum will depend upon specific models'

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Tata Motors

on Wednesday said it will hike prices of its passenger vehicles across models by up to 2.2 per cent from August to offset increased input costs.

The company, which had increased prices in April by 3 per cent, however, said it expected sales momentum to continue despite the hike.

"We have been working on cost cutting, but the problem of input cost pressure is piling up and we will be taking a price increase on our passenger vehicles by August," President Passenger Vehicles Business Unit Mayank Pareek told PTI.

He further said the company had taken a price hike in April but the input costs continue to rise, mostly on account of increased commodity prices.

When asked by how much the company will increase the prices, he said, "Roughly it will be 2 per cent to 2.2 per cent." This will be over and above the 3 per cent increase in April, Pareek added.

"The price hike will be across all models, although quantum will depend upon specific models," he added.
 

currently sells a range of vehicles starting from entry level small car Nano to premium SUV Hexa with price ranging from Rs 236,000 to Rs 178,900 (ex-showroom Delhi).

When asked if the proposed price hike will impact sales, he replied in the negative, "What we achieved in quarter one was despite the price hike we undertook in April. So we are confident of maintaining the sales momentum."

Pareek further said, "In the last 28 months we have been outperforming the market. In this year's quarter one, while the industry grew 13.1 per cent, we have grown by 52 per cent.
 

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First Published: Wed, July 18 2018. 13:13 IST
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