Hyundai SUV Prices Have Increased By Up To Rs 22,000 In India

Hyundai hatchbacks like the Santro, Grand i10 Nios, and i20, as well as sedans like the Aura and Verna, have seen price increases.

Hyundai, like most other automakers, raised the prices of its vehicles across the board at the start of the new year. This includes the Venue, Creta, and Alcazar, three of the company’s most popular SUVs. Increased input and operational costs are likely to have caused this price increase.

Hyundai SUV Prices Have Increased By Up To Rs 22,000 In India
Hyundai SUV Prices Have Increased By Up To Rs 22,000 In India

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  • Diesel versions of the Venue now cost more by up to Rs 4,100
  • Creta prices have been increased by Rs 7,000 across all variants
  • The Alcazar sees a hike by up to Rs 22,000

Hyundai Venue has raised its prices

The Venue E 1.2-litre petrol-base manual’s price has remained unchanged at Rs 6.99 lakh, while all other petrol variants have seen a Rs 2,100 price increase. Both the 1.2-litre and 1.0-litre turbo-petrol variants are included. Except for the second-from-base diesel SX trim, diesel versions of the Venue have seen a price increase of Rs 4,100.

TrimPrice January 2022Price December 2021Difference
1.2P ERs 6,99,200Rs 6,99,2000
1.2P SRs 7,79,100Rs 7,77,000Rs 2,100
1.2P S+Rs 8,66,800Rs 8,64,700Rs 2,100
1.0P S(O) iMtRs 9,12,760Rs 9,10,660Rs 2,100
1.0P S(O) DCTRs 10,03,300Rs 10,01,200Rs 2,100
1.0P SX MTRs 10,09,100Rs 10,07,000Rs 2,100
1.0P SX iMTRs 10,09,100Rs 10,07,000Rs 2,100
1.0P SX(O) iMTRs 11,37,800Rs 11,35,700Rs 2,100
1.P SX+ DCTRs 11,70,300Rs 11,68,200Rs 2,100
1.5D S(O)Rs 9,56,100Rs 9,52,000Rs 4,100
1.5D SXRs 9,99,999Rs 9,99,9990
1.5D SX(O) ExecutiveRs 11,08,100Rs 11,04,000Rs 4,100
1.5D SX(O)Rs 11,71,600Rs 11,67,500Rs 4,100

Hyundai Creta’s price has increased

The Creta’s price rises in a more consistent manner. The Creta’s petrol and diesel versions are now Rs 7,000 more expensive than they were last month. The top-of-the-line Creta 1.4-litre petrol-DCT costs Rs 17.94 lakh, while the diesel-AT model costs Rs 17.85 lakh.

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TrimsPrice January 2022Price December 2021Difference
1.5P MT ERs 10.23 lakhRs 10.16 lakhRs 7,000
1.5P MT EXRs 11.19 lakhRs 11.12 lakhRs 7,000
1.5P MT SRs 12.42 lakhRs 12.35 lakhRs 7,000
1.5P MT SX ExecutiveRs 13.41 lakhRs 13.34 lakhRs 7,000
1.5P MT SXRs 14.20 lakhRs 14.13 lakhRs 7,000
1.5P iVT SXRs 15.68 lakhRs 15.61 lakhRs 7,000
1.5P iVT SX(O)Rs 16.89 lakhRs 16.82 lakhRs 7,000
1.4P DCT SXRs 16.90 lakhRs 16.83 lakhRs 7,000
1.4P DCT SX(O)Rs 17.94 lakhRs 17.87 lakhRs 7,000
1.5D MT ERs 10.70 lakhRs 10.63 lakhRs 7,000
1.5D MT EXRs 12.10 lakhRs 12.03 lakhRs 7,000
1.5D MT SRs 13.38 lakhRs 13.31 lakhRs 7,000
1.5D MT SX ExecutiveRs 14.37 lakhRs 14.30 lakhRs 7,000
1.5D MT SXRs 15.16 lakhRs 15.09 lakhRs 7,000
1.5D AT SXRs 16.64 lakhRs 16.57 lakhRs 7,000
1.5D MT SX(O)Rs 16.44 lakhRs 16.37 lakhRs 7,000
1.5D AT SX(O)Rs 17.85 lakhRs 17.78 lakhRs 7,000

The price of the Hyundai Alcazar has increased

The petrol versions of the Alcazar have a maximum price increase of Rs 14,000, while the base diesel variant has a price increase of Rs 22,000, making it the most expensive. The Platinum and Signature AT 6-seater variants, on the other hand, are unaffected. It’s also worth noting that the 6- and 7-seater versions of the Alcazar cost the same after revising rates.

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TrimPrice January 2022Price December 2021Difference
2.0P Prestige MT 7SRs 16.34 lakhRs 16.30 lakhRs 4,000
2.0P Platinum MT 7SRs 18.29 lakhRs 18.22 lakhRs 7,000
2.0P Signature MT 6SRs 18.73 lakhRs 18.70 lakhRs 3,000
2.0P Platinum (O) AT 6SRs 19.55 lakhRs 19.55 lakh0
2.0P Platinum (O) AT 7SRs 19.55 lakhRs 19.41 lakhRs 14,000
2.0P Signature (O) AT 6SRs 19.84 lakhRs 19.84 lakh0
2.0P Signature (O) AT 6SRs 19.84 lakhRs 19.70 lakhRs 14,000
1.5D Prestige MT 7SRs 16.75 lakhRs 16.53 lakhRs 22,000
1.5D Prestige (O) AT 7SRs 18.22 lakhRs 18.01 lakhRs 21,000
1.5D Platinum MT 7SRs 18.66 lakhRs 18.45 lakhRs 21,000
1.5D Signature MT 6SRs 19.14 lakhRs 18.93 lakhRs 21,000
1.5D Platinum (O) AT 6SRs 19.78 lakhRs 19.78 lakh0
1.5D Platinum (O) AT 7SRs 19.78 lakhRs 19.63 lakhRs 15,000
1.5D Signature (O) AT 6SRs 19.99 lakhRs 19.99 lakh0
1.5D Signature (O) AT 7SRs 19.99 lakhRs 19.84 lakhRs 15,000

Other Hyundai models have seen a price increase

Hyundai’s hatchback lineup has seen a similar price increase. The i20, including the N-Line, is now up to Rs 6,800 more expensive, while the Grand i10 Nios is up to Rs 7,300 more expensive. Depending on the variant, the Santro costs between Rs 10,000 and Rs 17,400. The Aura and Verna sedans are now up to Rs 7,300 and Rs 4,000 more expensive, respectively.

Surprisingly, Hyundai has excluded the Tucson, Elantra, and Kona Electric from the price increase. This is most likely due to the fact that these models are nearing the end of their lifespans and will be replaced or given a facelift in the near future.

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Hyundai Venue and Creta are getting a facelift soon

In India, both the Hyundai Venue and the Hyundai Creta are expected to get a facelift this year. The Creta facelift has already been unveiled around the world, and India is expected to get it in the second half of 2022. Hyundai has given the Creta a new look that is inspired by the global release of the new-generation Tucson. It’s also possible that new features will be added to the current model in India.

Camouflaged test mules of the facelifted model have been spotted testing in other countries. The updated Venue, like the Creta, adopts the same styling approach as the new-generation Tucson, and could also see the addition of a new N-Line variant to the lineup. In India, the Venue facelift is expected to debut later this year.

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