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Hyundai hikes Santro prices

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New Delhi , Dec 19

HYUNDAI Motor India has hiked the prices of its flagship Santro compact car by Rs 7000-12,000 across all the four variants citing cost push factors.

The price hike, applicable with immediate effect, has been necessitated by a variety of cost-push factors that have impacted production during the second half of the year 2005, the company said.

Post the 1.6 to 2.1 per cent hike, the Santro XK (S) will be available at Rs 3,39,999, Santro XL (S) at Rs 3,62,999, Santro XO (S) at Rs 3,88,999 and Santro AT (S) at Rs 4,36,324.

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