The price hike, effective Oct. 1, will be applicable across its range of commercial vehicles, the automaker added.
The company previously raised prices by 1.2% in January and by 5% in March to ensure its vehicles comply with the new emission norms.
India implemented stricter norms through phase II of Bharat Stage 6 from April 1, including testing real-time driving emissions, leading to increased costs for automakers.
Earlier in the day, ratings agency Fitch said in a report that India’s commercial vehicle sales volume will slow down to low-to-mid-single digits due to rising ownership costs.
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The implementation of the latest emission norms will lead to nearly a 5% rise in prices of commercial vehicles from April 2023, Fitch added.