Chevrolet India have raised prices of its popular cars due to surging input prices of raw materials.
Overall, commodity prices have gone up by 25 per cent in recent days. Chevrolet India has raised prices by 2-3%.
Prices of commodities like steel and rubber have risen sharply since the second quarter of last year. So, we have been forced to increase prices this time.”We will be increasing prices across all eight models by 2-3 per cent from July first week to offset rising input costs,” General Motors India’s Vice-President P Balendran, said in Mumbai.
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