Maruti Suzuki is currently offering a wide variety of services such as online retail platform and online car configuration so that customers can buy their favourite Maruti car without having to physically visit showrooms during the Corona virus pandemic period. Slowly, Maruti and other manufacturers have resumed operations and have started opening dealerships too. Maruti has also started giving out discounts on Arena range of cars to build positive customer sentiments to buy cars.
The Alto 800 is the entry level hatchback sold by the manufacturer. It is available with both petrol and CNG fuel options. Last year, Maruti updated Alto 800 with a BS6 compliant engine along with minor cosmetic changes. Maruti Suzuki is offering Rs 20,000 cash discount along with an exchange bonus worth Rs 15,000 on this hatchback this month.
The Celerio hatchback also got a BS6 update recently and is powered by the same old 998 cc petrol engine. It is available in both petrol and CNG options. The Celerio gets both manual and AMT gearbox options and currently Maruti is offering a maximum cash discount of Rs 25,000 along with Rs 20,000 exchange bonus.
Just like Maruti Omni van, Eeco also became quite popular among buyers because of its affordable price and space on offer. It now meets the new safety norms and has an updated BS6 compliant engine too. Maruti Suzuki is maximum discount worth Rs 30,000 which includes a cash discount of Rs 10,000 and exchange bonus worth Rs 20,000.
One of the latest offering from the brand. Maruti calls it a mini-SUV because of it boxy design and SUVish front end. The hatchback competes with cars like Tata Tiago and Renault Kwid in the segment. Just like the Eeco, S-Presso is also being sold with a cash discount of Rs 10,000 and exchange bonus worth Rs 20,000.
Last year, Maruti launched an all-new WagonR in the market. It is based of Maruti’s popular HEARTECT platform which makes it lighter, stiffer and generates more space on the inside. It is available with both petrol and CNG fuel options. It is currently being offered with a cash discount of Rs 10,000 and exchange bonus worth Rs 20,000.
Maruti Swift and Dzire
With BS6 updates, Maruti has dumped diesel engine on all their models and are now concentrating more on petrol and CNG vehicles. Maruti launched BS6 version of the Swift hatchback in petrol only version last year and earlier this year before lockdown they launched BS6 complaint Dzire petrol compact sedan.
Both hatchback ad the compact sedan are available at a maximum cash discount of Rs 20,000 along with Rs 25,000 exchange bonus. Apart from these benefits, a corporate discount ranging between Rs 2,500 to Rs 5,000 is also available depending up on the model and variant.
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