Honda has raised prices of its entry-level car Brio by ₹ 2,000, which is now available at a range between ₹ 4.27 lakh and ₹ 6.85 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Delhi).
Compact sedan Amaze is costlier by ₹ 3,500 and is tagged at ₹ 5.26 lakh to ₹ 8.56 lakh.
The company has increased the price of its premium hatchback Jazz by ₹ 4,800 and the overall cost is between ₹ 5.45 lakh and ₹ 8.73 lakh.
Multi-purpose vehicle Mobilio and mid-sized sedan City have also become costlier by ₹ 3,000 each. These are priced from ₹ 6.82 lakh to ₹ 11.95 lakh.
The Honda CR-V's price has been increased by ₹ 10,000 and the premium SUV is now tagged at ₹ 25.23 lakh.
Apart from Honda, Toyota Kirloskar Motor has also raised its car prices by up to ₹ 31,500, along with Czech automobile manufacturer Skoda, which has also increased prices of its model range by up to ₹ 33,000 from January 1.
Similarly, Tata Motors has hiked prices of its passenger vehicles by up to ₹ 20,000.
Maruti Suzuki and General Motors have also said they would hike prices by up to ₹ 20,000 across their different models.
Earlier, Hyundai Motor India had stated that it would increase prices by up to ₹ 30,000, while Renault, Nissan, and BMW had said they would increase prices by up to 3 per cent.
Meanwhile, Mercedes-Benz said it would hike prices by up to 2 per cent.
Every year, carmakers generally announce their plans at the end of November or December to increase prices of their vehicles by January in the following year.