The automaker has cited rising input costs for the price hike and is not alone in undertaking such an exercise.
Soon, the firm is expected to launch diesel variants of its C-segment sedan, Ertiga MPV and compact SUVs.
While those in the national capital would need to pay close to Rs. 85/- for a litre of petrol, residents of Mumbai will have to shell out Rs. 91.56/- per litre.