Maruti Suzuki Alto CNG is around Rs 60,000 pricier than the LXi and LXi (O) petrol trims.
The BS6-ready Swift is now priced between Rs 5.14 lakh – Rs 8.89 lakh.
The six-seater Ertiga Cross will be sold exclusively through NEXA premium dealership network.
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Cross could be retailed via premium Nexa dealerships.
Maruti Suzuki Dzire leads the compact sedan segment with a market share of 55%.
The Indian Army has placed an order of 3,051 units of the Maruti Suzuki Gypsy SUV.
In the premium hatchback segment, the Maruti Suzuki Baleno holds over 27 percent market share.
The new Maruti Ertiga Tour M variant directly targets the cab and commercial fleet market.
Crash tested at a speed of 64kmph, the Ignis offered good protection to driver and co-passengers' head and neck.
The existing Vitara Brezza owners can convert their SUV into a Sports Limited edition at an additional price of Rs 29,990.
Likely to be called Solio, the 7-seater Wagon R MPV will be sold exclusively through NEXA premium sales network.
Maruti Suzuki is planning to launch 2 new brands in the country to achieve the goal of selling 4-5 million vehicles by...
In order to drive sales, Maruti plans to launch 4 new cars over the period of next 8-9 months.
The upcoming Maruti mini SUV will get the BS6 compliant petrol engine.
The new Wagon R 7-seater MPV will take on the likes of the upcoming Renault Triber and the Datsun GO+.