The hybrid version (available only in diesel) is priced Rs 8000-20,000 lower than the corresponding outgoing pure diesel versions. The firm said the car would offer fuel efficiency of 28.09 km/litre.
The company is also looking forward to launch the hybrid version of the Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire along with the Swift hybrid hatchback in India during this fiscal year or by the next year.
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross is positioned to take on Hyundai’s newly-launched SUV Creta and Renault’s popular SUV Duster, to be sold at NEXA showrooms.
The prices of the ongoing Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 starts from Rs. 2.5 lakh to Rs. 3.66 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.
In a bid to stem mounting losses, US-based auto major General Motors on Wednesday said it will restructure operations at its Indian subsidiary by ceasing operations at its facility in Halol, Gujarat and instead invest in consolidating operations at its other unit in Talegaon, Maharashtra. GM is the first major auto maker in the last […]
Nearly 100 NEXA showrooms will come up across India over the next 6-8 months.
Bhargava insisted that many a times problems arise as the management is not able to effectively communicate to the workers.
Company has recruited around 700 personnel from hospitality, aviation and financial services sectors to offer a differentiated luxury car buying experience for its ‘discerning customers’.
According to many spy images that have surfaced the internet, the new S-Cross will come loaded with features.
The company has benefited a lot from the sales of the Celerio and now, has launched the diesel variants of the hatch.
Maruti Suzuki’s sales were supported by its mini cars which include the Alto and WagonR, super-compact segment which consists of the Dzire Tour.
The Celerio ZXi AMT gains a driver side airbag as an additional safety measure.
The company had sold a total of 51,215 units of factory- fitted CNG vehicles in the previous fiscal.
The refreshed Swift DZire receives minor yet noticeable design updates along with additional equipment on the inside.
Industry leaders admit little has changed, but say government needs more time.