|Volvo S90||Rs. 61.90 Lakh|
|Tata Punch||Rs. 5.49 – 9.09 Lakh|
|MG Astor||Rs. 9.78 – 17.38 Lakh|
|Force Motors Gurkha||Rs. 13.59 Lakh|
According to Kelley Blue Book, in June 2021, the average transaction price for a brand new car was over $42,000. Used car prices also reached a record high average of over $25,000 in June 2021, paired with an average of 68,000 miles on the vehicle, according to Cox Automotive.
|Segment||January 2020 Transaction Price (Avg.)*||Percent Change January 2019 to January 2020*|
|Midsize Pickup Truck||$35,688||5.6%|
|Longest-Lasting Vehicles to Reach 200,000 Miles – iSeeCars Study|
|Rank||Vehicle||% of Cars Over 200k Miles|
|1||Toyota Land Cruiser||16.3%|
Industry experts tell Fortune it will likely take well into 2022 (or beyond) for the used car market to start to return to normal. … His economic forecast has used car prices continuing to rise through the first half of 2022 followed by a small price pullback in the second half of next year.
The average price for a used vehicle has jumped more than 21% to about $25,400 from $20,900 a year ago. For new cars, buyers are paying roughly $40,800, up about 4.9% year over year. … “All of this relies on new-car inventory returning to healthier levels.”
Because they can now charge more for each unit, car companies and dealers have raked in huge profits in 2021, despite slower production and sales. More limited, targeted production may be where the industry is headed. That means higher prices may be here to stay for the long haul.
The Bugatti La Voiture Noire is the most expensive car in the world.
|Lamborghini Veneno Technical Specifications|
|Maximum power||552 kW at 8,400 rpm|
|Maximum torque||690 Nm at 5,500 rpm|
|Model||Price in New Delhi|
|Maruti Celerio||Rs. 4.99 – 6.94 Lakh*|
|Mahindra Thar||Rs. 12.78 – 15.08 Lakh*|
|Hyundai Creta||Rs. 10.16 – 17.87 Lakh*|
|Tata Nexon||Rs. 7.28 – 13.23 Lakh*|
While petrol cars give good initial power, diesel cars provide higher performance in higher gears. On the other hand, diesel cars provide a higher fuel efficiency in comparison with petrol cars. This means that if you have to drive short distances within the city, a petrol car would make much more sense.
COVID has had a domino effect on car prices. Because of auto parts shortages, there are fewer new cars to buy, making them cost more. That has driven up the cost of used cars. And this is now reflected in the residual value of lease cars.
Price rises have been driven by a number of factors. A global shortage of computer chips used in car production, as well as other materials such as copper, aluminium and cobalt, has led to fewer new vehicles rolling off production lines. That has meant more buyers turning to the used-car market.
When the chip shortage and other supply chain disruptions will end is the source of much industry speculation. Certainly, it will last into 2022, with some industry analysts predicting a 2023 or beyond return to normal.
The increase in car prices will be around 2% across the country. “The weighted average price increase in Ex-Showroom Prices (Delhi) across select models is 1.9%,” it said. The auto major has already raised prices in January and April this year, with an overall hike of around 3.5 per cent.
Director Peter Smyth told Car Dealer: ‘We’re uncertain how long the price uplift in the used car market will last, but because of the prospect of a shortage of new cars later in the year, it could last until the end of 2021.
Hyundai scored a 95.7% on the 2019 WhatCar reliability survey and is again ranked as a top 10 most-reliable global automaker.
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