Price for Maruti Suzuki 800

Maruti Suzuki 800 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.

₹ 89,485.83
Average price Last 6 months
Price for Maruti Suzuki 800

The selling prices for Maruti Suzuki 800 cars have remained constant in the last 6 months. The average price in October was of ₹ 91,167. This price hardly went through any changes and remained at ₹ 91,520 during November. The average selling price has remained fairly constant during the following two months, going from ₹ 91,343.5 to ₹ 89,510. During the last couple of months, the average price has hardly changed, remaining the same going from ₹ 90,426.75 to ₹ 87,604 during February and March.

Price per registration year

The average price for Maruti Suzuki 800 has had a strong rise in recent years. During 2005 and 2005, the average price was ₹ 83,333. During this period, prices pretty much remained constant. During the next two years (2006, 2007) the price for the aforementioned model has gone up strongly a 16 %. During the last two years the price has remained constant with regard to the previous 4 years, going from an average price of ₹ 96,025 in 2008 and ₹ 95,000 during 2010.

Price per mileage

The graph that displays the price for Maruti Suzuki 800 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 5 % more affordable than the average price (₹ 87,208). Next with a price of ₹ 83,125 and a mileage range of "25,000 - 50,000" we would see the following vehicles. The mileage range for the most expensive cars is "50,000 - 1,00,000". It is 9% more costly than the average market value followed by those vehicles with a mileage of "25,000 - 50,000" and a price of ₹ 83,125.

Charts data
Average price March
Number of Maruti Suzuki 800 ads used
Num. of cars with registration year mentioned
Num. of cars with mileage mentioned
₹ 87,208
** Graph's data with null or zero value are due to there isn't enough data available to get a reliable value