Over a week ago, the government passed the mini-budget and increased FED (Federal Excise Duty) on locally assembled and imported cars. And now, companies are increasing car prices one after the other. After Suzuki, Toyota, Honda, KIA, and DFSK, Changan’s up for its part. Here are the new Changan car prices, have a look!
Changan Alsvin Prices
Under the mini-budget, FED on the three Changan Alsvin variants has increased (from 2.5% to 5%), and so have their prices.
- The base Alsvin 1.3L M/T Comfort variant will now cost Rs. 2,489,000, against the old price of Rs. 2,424,000. The price has gone up by Rs. 65,000.
- The price of Alsvin 1.5L DCT Comfort has increased by Rs. 70,000, taking the car’s price to Rs. 2,744,000 from the old price of Rs. 2,674,000.
- The top-of-the-line Alsvin 1.5L DCT Lumiere variant has seen a jump of Rs. 75,000. The SUV’s new price is Rs. 2,939,000, against the old rate of Rs.2,864,000.
Changan Karvaan Prices
The FED on both Changan Karvaan variants has been increased from 0 to 2.5%. As a result, the prices of Changan’s MPV (Multi-Purpose Vehicle) have gone up.
- The Karvaan Base model will now cost Rs. 1,794,000, against the old rate of Rs. 1,674,000. There’s a jump of Rs. 120,000.
- The Karvaan Plus model has reached Rs. 1,944,000, after an increase of Rs. 130,000 in the old price of Rs. 1,814,000.
Changan M9 Price
The 999cc Changan M9 also got a 2.5% FED post-budget but no price changes. The pick-up has the same price tag as before, i.e., Rs. 1,509,000.
The new Changan car prices are in effect from the 22nd of January 2022.
Now that we have the revised prices of Suzuki, Toyota, Honda, KIA, Prince DFSK, and Changan, the price hike series is down to two more car brands, Proton and Hyundai. Let’s see how those episodes turn out.