Jeep India has hiked the prices of its Meridian and Wrangler SUVs as part of the usual price hike at the start of each calendar year. Citroen and Kia India have already announced a price hike for their products. And similarly to other carmakers, Jeep’s price hike may also be attributed to inflated input costs.
Let’s take a look at the revised prices of the Jeep Meridian and wrangler: –
|Jeep Meridian||Revised Prices||Quantum of The Price Hike|
|Limited||Rs 30.10 lakh||+Rs 20,000|
|Limited (AT)||Rs 32.00 lakh||+Rs 20,000|
|Limited Opt||Rs 32.60 lakh||+Rs 20,000|
|Limited Opt (AT)||Rs 34.50 lakh||+Rs 20,000|
|Limited Opt 4X4 (AT)||Rs 37.15 lakh||+Rs 20,000|
All the variants of the Jeep Meridian have received a uniform price hike of Rs 20,000. With this, the three-row SUV now costs between Rs 30.10 lakh and Rs 37.15 lakh (ex-showroom).
|Jeep Wrangler||Revised Prices||Quantum of The Price Hike|
|Unlimited||Rs 59.05 lakh||+Rs 1.20 lakh|
|Rubicon||Rs 63.05 lakh||+Rs 1.20 lakh|
- Prices of the Jeep Wrangler have gone up by Rs 1.20 lakh.
- Wrangler’s new prices range from Rs 59.05 lakh to Rs 63.05 lakh (ex-showroom).
Jeep India hasn’t revised the prices of the Grand Cherokee SUV. It continues to be priced at Rs 77.50 (ex-showroom). Since the Compass’ prices were increased in the month of November itself, the prices of the SUV have been kept unchanged during this period.