Kia India to Implement Price Increase on Vehicles from April

Kia India Announces Up to 3% Price Hike on Cars Effective April 1

Kia India, a leading automobile manufacturer, is set to increase the prices of its cars. The company announced on Thursday that it plans to hike the prices by up to 3%, with the new prices taking effect from April 1.

The decision to increase the prices has been attributed to rising operational costs and the cost of raw materials, as stated by Kia India’s National Head of Sales and Marketing, Hardeep Singh Brar.

This year marks the first time Kia India has raised its car prices. Brar emphasized the company’s continuous effort to provide customers with premium and technologically advanced products.

Currently, Kia India sells models such as Seltos, Sonet, and Carens.

To date, alongside the domestic market, Kia India has sold nearly 1.16 million units in international markets as well.

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