The new prices are applicable with immediate effect, the company said.
The price revision, however, will not include its largest selling model Alto.
"Due to a sharp increase in the input costs, Maruti Suzuki India has decided to pass on a part of this cost impact to customers," the company said in a statement.
"The approximate price revision on various models (Ex Showroom, Delhi) ranges between Rs 2,000 and Rs 7,500. The price increase ranges between 1 per cent and 1.5 per cent," the statement said.
Maruti Suzuki India reported 29.18 per cent jump in its total sales, including exports, for Jul at 1,00,857 units. It had sold 78,074 units in the months of Jul, 2009.