Luxury carmakers in India recently had hiked the prices of all their models. Sweden-based luxury car manufacturer, Volvo to has hiked the prices of its portfolio in the Indian market. The price hike is introduced to accommodate the increase in taxation by Indian Government.
Volvo Auto India has had to increase the pricing of almost every vehicle sold in the country. Surprisingly, Volvo has also managed to reduce the ex-showroom price on three of its models. The new prices will be applicable to all Volvo models sold post-April 1, 2016, in India.
Here are the new and old prices of Volvo's models in Indian market:
- Volvo V40 D3 Kinetic is now priced at 25.49 lakh, compared to 24.75 lakh
- Volvo V40 R-Design is now priced at 28.53 lakh, compared to 27.70 lakh
- Volvo V40 Cross Country D3 Inscription is now priced at 29.46 lakh, compared to 32.50 lakh
- Volvo V40 Cross Country T4 Petrol is now priced at 27.30 lakh, compared to 26.50 lakh
- Volvo S60 Kinetic is now priced at 30.89 lakh, compared to 32.40 lakh
- Volvo S60 Momentum is now priced at 35.01 lakh, compared to 35.25 lakh
- Volvo S60 Inscription is now priced at 39.04 lakh, compared to 38.35 lakh
- Volvo S60 R-Design is now priced at 41.72 lakh, compared to 40.25 lakh
- Volvo S60 Cross Country Inscription is now priced at 38.90 lakh
- Volvo S60 T6 Petrol is now priced at 43.26 lakh, compared to 42.00 lakh
- Volvo XC60 Kinetic is now priced at 44.81 lakh, compared to 43.50 lakh
- Volvo XC60 Momentum is now priced at 48 lakh, compared to 46.60 lakh
- Volvo XC60 Inscription is now priced at 51.71 lakh, compared to 50.20 lakh
- Volvo XC60 R-Design is now priced at 53.56 lakh, compared to 52 lakh
- Volvo XC90 Momentum is now priced at 70.97 lakh, compared to 68.90 lakh
- Volvo XC90 Inscription is now priced at 80.24 lakh, compared to 77.90 lakh
Note: All prices mentioned above are ex-showroom (Delhi)
Only the V40 Cross Country D3 Inscription model, S60 Kinetic, and S60 Momentum witness price cuts. Volvo Auto India claims that demand of these three models has allowed them to reduce the price and pass the benefits to customers, without any compromise in features.
Currently, Volvo India imports all of its models via the CBU (Completely Built Unit) route. The Swedish manufacturer has dealerships in Delhi, Gurgaon, Ahmedabad, Surat, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Bangalore, Kochi, Vishakhapatnam, Kolkata, and three more cities will get Volvo outlets soon.