Maruti 1000 Vehicles have had a price that has remained pretty much the same during the last months. The prices for this particular model have remained constant recently.
The selling prices for Maruti 1000 cars have remained constant in the last 6 months. The average price in October was of ₹ 1.67 lakhs. This price hardly went through any changes and remained at ₹ 1.61 lakhs during November. The average selling price has remained fairly constant during the following two months, going from ₹ 1.64 lakhs to ₹ 1.65 lakhs. In the last two, the price has gone through a -5 % devaluation compared to the previous average values going down from ₹ 1.65 lakhs to ₹ 1.56 lakhs during February and March.
The average price for Maruti 1000 has had a strong rise in recent years. Between "before 2000" and 2010, the average price is ₹ 85,133.25. There was a significant inflation of the average price in "before 2000" (₹ 50,000) moving up till (₹ 1.52 lakhs)in 2010. During the next two years (2012, 2013) the price for the aforementioned model has gone up strongly a 142 %. During the last two years, prices in the car industry have gone up 14 % compared to the average values for the previous 4 years. This conclusion was reached from studying the prices for the the preceding four years in previous sample (₹ 2.39 lakhs) and the the last two years that were studied (2014, 2018) with a price of ₹ 2.71 lakhs.
The graph that displays the price for Maruti 1000 cars according to their mileage shows that those cars within a mileage range of "less than 10,000" are the ones with the lowest price. They are 13 % more affordable than the average price (₹ 1.56 lakhs). Next with a price of ₹ 1.53 lakhs and a mileage range of "50,000 - 1,00,000" we would see the following vehicles. The mileage range for the most expensive cars is "10,000 - 25,000". It is 53% more costly than the average market value followed by those vehicles with a mileage of "25,000 - 50,000" and a price of ₹ 1.9 lakhs.
The graph showing the average price for the fuel type for Maruti 1000 cars points out to "Hybrid" as being the cheapest fuel type. It is 48 % less expensive than the average market price (₹ 1.56 lakhs) followed by "LPG" priced at ₹ 83,333. On average the most expensive type of fuel is "Diesel". It´s price is 393 % higher than the average market price followed by "Petrol" which costs ₹ 1.68 lakhs.