Renault has officially announced an increase in price for its existing range of products in India. The company has attributed the price hike to 'swelling input costs, which have driven up the cost of components'.
The Renault Duster, which recently crossed the one lakh units-sold milestone with a celebratory limited edition, will now be sold at a price one per cent higher than its earlier cost. Renault's Scala and Pulse join the popular SUV with a similar price hike.
Renault Scala will also undergo a price increase, along with the Duster and Pulse
It's too early to say predict if the fact that the cars are now a few thousand rupees dearer than before, will affect their sales. We will watch out for new updates in their respective segments and keep you apprised.
|Renault India increases price by 1% on its products Chennai, July 2nd, 2014:Renault India Pvt. Ltd., India's fastest growing car company, today announced increase in price on its existing product range from 1stJuly 2014. The hike is due to swelling inputs cost, which has driven up the cost of components. The prices of Renault Scala, Renault Pulse & Renault Duster will go up by 1%, with this increase. ABOUT RENAULT Renault India Pvt. Ltd. is a fully owned subsidiary of Renault S.A.S., France and currently offers five models in the Indian market the premium sedan Fluence, the luxury SUV Koleos, the premium compact car, Pulse, the SUV, Duster and the premium sedan, Scala. Renault India also exports the Duster to a growing number of right-hand drive markets. Renault cars are manufactured in the manufacturing facility located in Oragadam, Chennai, with a capacity of 480,000 units per annum. Currently, Renault India also has a widespread presence of 131 dealer outlets across the country with benchmark sales and service quality. Renault's robust product line up and services have also seen strong recognition among customers and industry experts alike, winning a record-breaking 38 titles, including 29 accolades for the Duster as well as awards for the Pulse and Scala, making Renault the most awarded automotive brand in a single year in the country.|