Skoda Kushaq SUV, Slavia sedan prices hiked, to cost up to ₹1 lakh more

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According to the new price list shared by Skoda, the base variants of both the SUV and sedan have seen the maximum hike. While the base variant of Slavia has seen price hike of 64,000, the entry-level variant of the Kushaq SUV is now costlier by one lakh. Overall, Skoda Kushaq SUV prices now start from 11.89 lakh and goes up to 19.51 lakh (ex-showroom) for the top-end Elegance variant with automatic transmission. The Slavia sedan can now be brought home paying at least 11.53 lakh. The price of the top-end Slavia goes up to 19.20 lakh (ex-showroom).

Skoda Kushaq price hike: New price list

While some of the variants like the Matte edition and the Elegance will have no change in their prices, other Kushaq SUV variants will see a minimum hike of 16,000. The Ambition 1.0-litre automatic price has been revised to 15.49 lakh after this hike while the same variant with manual transmission is now costlier by 66,000. The 1.5-litre version of Ambition variant with manual transmission has seen hike of 80,000 and will now cost 15.99 lakh. The price of the automatic version this variant has been hiked by 41,000.

Also Read : Skoda hits sales milestone of 1 lakh cars in 2 years, driven by Slavia and Kushaq.

Skoda Slavia price hike: New price list

The variants of the Slavia sedan have seen price hike between 11,000 and 64,000. The biggest hike has been on the entry-level Active variant with 1.0-litre engine and manual transmission. The next big hike has been on the Style variant with 1.0-litre engine and automatic gearbox. This variant will now cost 61,000 more. The manual version of this variant has seen a hike of 51,000. The smallest hike of 11,000 has been implemented on variants like Style 1.5-litre manual as well as the DSG ones.

On Thursday, Skoda had announced that it has clocked one lakh sales in India in the past two years, thanks to the popularity of both Kushaq and Slavia. Skoda Auto is now gearing up for new launches in 2024. The company is expected to bring the Enyaq as its first all-electric offering, while a subcompact SUV is also said to be in the works and could arrive at a later date.

First Published Date: 05 Jan 2024, 10:58 AM IST

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