A working paper on this question was just published, albeit the document is in Spanish. The abstract is in English though. The report is solely concerned with inflation. Here is the abstract:
The goal of this research is to simulate the possible effects of the 20% increase in tariffs on the Mexican economy. The price model used is based on a general equilibrium linear model. With this
price model, the estimate of the impact of the effects of a US tariff increase of 20% on the Mexican economy is roughly estimated, simulating this increase on prices in the rest of the world. In this way, it is possible to calculate the effects on consumer prices and welfare represented in this case by the CPI. The main result shows that the impact of the increase of the prices of the rest of the world to the increase of the tariffs in the United States on the CPI is inflationary with an increase of around 4%.
The main (and only) result of interest is shown in "Tabla 1". It indicates the increase in final prices for different industries. Remarkable are the cases of Manufacturing ("Industrias Manufactureras", Ṇ̣o 5), with 8.2%, Energy (No 3) with 4.88% and Transport (No 7), with 4.3%. Housing (No 10) and "Corporative services?" (No 12) are the least affected (0.5%).
Regarding the methodology, it is based on a price model of the Social Accountability Matrix. To me, it does not seem like a very through exercise, and it is not based on a behavioural, general equilibrium approach, but more of an accounting exercise. Still, it seems to be the only study available at the moment..