The automaker has cited rising input costs for the price hike and is not alone in undertaking such an exercise.
These special festive edition variants come with an accessory kit which is bespoke to each model.
It claims that the industry is doing well right now and that demand for the third quarter looks adequate.
Seems like the carmaker is preparing a product offensive 2021.
The top automaker might surprise us by bringing an affordable EV in any of the names mentioned in the title.
The State government wants Maruti to stay and hence has given it not one or two, but three land parcels as options.
Mini and compact segment cars make up for 65 percent of total car sales in July.
India's top automaker is looking to go big when it comes to SUVs, so rivals better be ready.