Maruti has stopped working on LPG models as it will roll out CNG variants of the entire range of its cars from early 2010, the first of which could be the Alto. Since CNG was available only in 11 Indian cities at present, such versions had so far not been launched by Maruti. Compressed natural … Read More
Maruti Suzuki is a subsidiary of the Japanese automaker, Suzuki. Maruti Suzuki was founded in 1981 and since then it has been the country’s largest carmaker. Maruti Suzuki is also known as the king of hatchbacks in India and currently has seven hatchbacks in its product portfolio. Maruti Suzuki is known for its tremendous reliability, after sales network, affordable products and fuel efficient offerings. First Maruti Suzuki introduced in India was the Maruti 800 in 1982 and it has been in production till 2014, having a total of three generation models. Maruti Suzuki currently has a wide portfolio in India.
Maruti is concerned over sales growth coming mainly from the Dzire and Swift. Unless its other products contribute equally Maruti could face problems in the long-term. The Maruti SX4 hasn’t been doing well of late, maybe due to the new Honda City and the Fiat Linea. The WagonR and A-Star are having tough competition from … Read More
Maruti Suzuki is going to refresh its entire existing portfolio of older models in the next two years. Swift, the largest selling premium hatchback in the country, will get a fresh design and new petrol engine while Maruti’s largest selling product Alto will come in two new variants. As posted earlier, Alto will have a … Read More
Maruti Suzuki has not yet taken a call on phasing out its successful cars 800 and Omni. Earlier there have been reports that Maruti would phase out 800 and Omni by 2015. However, Maruti is now working on upgrading the 800 and Omni to meet Bharat Stage 4 emission norms, which will come into effect … Read More
Maruti Suzuki is working on an ambitious plan to roll out electric cars and compressed natural gas (CNG) variants for 3 or 4 models in India which may take upto five years. The plan is part of Maruti’s broad strategy to develop small cars that run on alternative fuel technology and thus save on fuel … Read More
Maruti-Suzuki opened its new engine manufacturing facility in Gurgaon, today, where it will produce energy efficient 1,197cc K12M petrol engines. The four-cylinder engine, designed to deliver 85 ps of power, is the second aluminum engine being manufactured by Maruti in the country after the K10B, which is being used in the A-Star. The K12M engine … Read More
Maruti Suzuki India said it will bring the curtains down on its once bread-and-butter car Maruti 800 starting next year. Maruti 800 has sold over 27 lakh units since its launch in 1983 would be discontinued along with the company’s second oldest model, Omni.
Buoyed by the highest-ever monthly sales that it achieved in January, car market leader Maruti Suzuki India today said it expects its sales growth for the ongoing month to be around 5-7%. As the company looks to tighten its grip in the Indian market, Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) would be increasing its sales network from … Read More
Maruti Suzuki India Ltd’s January vehicle sales stood at 71,779 units as compared to 68,107 units during the same time last year, up by 5.4%. Maruti’s domestic sales rose by 5.6% to 67,005 units during the concerned month up from 63,459 units. Exports rose to 4,774 units from 4,648 units during Januray 2008, a rise … Read More