New Delhi: Country’s largest two wheeler maker Hero MotoCorp Wednesday said it will increase prices of its entire range of products by up to 900 with effect from 3 October in order to offset impact of rising input costs and weakening of rupee against the dollar.

“The revision has been necessitated by the increasing commodity costs and currency depreciation," the company said in a statement.

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The price hike will translate to an increase of up to 900, although the exact quantum of the increase will vary, basis the model and the specific market, it added.

Hero MotoCorp currently sells a range of bikes and scooters priced between 40,000 and 1 lakh.

The company had taken a price hike of up to 500 last month as well.

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Hero MotoCorp shares Wednesday ended marginally down at 3,104.50 on the BSE.

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text.

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