A tour of the Japanese automotive market in Egypt showed that Mitsubishi raised the price of Attrage by EGP 8,000, and Subaru raised the price of Impreza and XV by EGP 10,000 each.
Toyota increased the price of Fortuner by EGP 15,000, Corolla and Yaris by EGP 10,000, and Auris by EGP 28,000.
Honda approved raising the price of City by EGP 5,000. Mazda also increased the price of Mazda 3 by EGP 24,000 and Mazda 2 by EGP 14,000.
Nissan raised the price of Sunny by EGP 3,000 and Sentra by EGP 5,000.
Suzuki added EGP 11,000 to the price of Alto, EGP 18,000 to the price of Swift, and EGP 20,000 to Ertiga and Ciaz.
In May, Mitsubishi raised the price of the four models of Lancer EX by EGP 3,000 each.
Subaru had raised the price of Impreza by EGP 12,100 to reach EGP 18,000, while that of the Forester had been lifted by EGP 24,000, amounting to EGP 499,000.
Daihatsu had raised the price of Terios by EGP 25,000 to reach EGP 189,000.
Toyota had also increased the prices of nine models in May. The price of Fortuner was increased by EGP 20,000 for both the 2,700 CC and 4,000 CC models.
Corolla’s price was increased by EGP 10,000, Yaris by EGP 10,000, and High Line Avanza by EGP 20,000 to reach EGP 190,000. Moreover, Toyota increased the price of Auris by EGP 19,000 to EGP 202,000, while the price of Land Cruiser was lifted by EGP 50,000 to reach EGP 1.65m.
Honda had also lifted the prices of all its cars, including Civic by EGP 30,000 and City by EGP 31,000.
Mazda had raised the price of Mazda 3 by EGP 20,000, Mazda 6 by EGP 5,000, and Mazda 2 by EGP 13,500.
Nissan had moved up the prices of Sunny and Sentra by EGP 16,000 for the first category, EGP 10,000 for Sunny Super Salon and EGP 10,000 for Sentra.
Suzuki followed suit, raising the price of Alto by EGP 9,000 to reach EGP 74,000, Swift by EGP 14,000, Ertiga by EGP 22,000, Ciaz by EGP 17,000, and Vitara by EGP 15,000.