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Maruti Suzuki once again joins hand in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic; introduces products to ensure customer & staff safety.

Maruti Suzuki has been actively involved in the fight against the Coronavirus Pandemic. With a promise of uncompromised safety and unmatched convenience for its customers, Maruti recently introduced a range of products. These products have been brought in to ensure the safety and well-being of the customers and staff. 

The products introduced by the company will be available as Maruti Genuine Accessories. These include car cabin protective partition. This is a clear plastic sheet that can easily be attached using Velcro, thus separating the front and rear passengers. The product is priced in the range of Rs 549 and Rs 649. It is available for Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, XL6, Ciaz, S-Cross, Old WagonR, Ritz, Dzire Tour, Celerio and Alto. 

The product list also includes a face visor worth Rs 55 and a disposable spectacles that costs Rs 100. Apart from this, there are also hand gloves for Rs.20, shoe cover for Rs.21, 3-ply face mask for Rs.10 and N95 face mask for Rs.149. There are interior cleaners (Sonax and Liquimoly) also available. They are priced in the range of Rs. 2,199 to Rs. 4,275.

Maruti recently resumed operations at its service centres across various locations as per the advisories and guidelines stipulated by the State and Central Governments. The company also partnered with Cholamandalam Investment & Finance Company Limited (CIFCL), one of the leading Non-Banking Financial Companies, with an aim to make new car purchases easy and affordable. Its 'Buy Now Pay Later' offer is aimed to provide customers with easy financing options. 

The company is also getting meals prepared at its in-house canteen and distributing it to support temporary workmen and student trainees staying in the nearby areas. Apart from this, Maruti is also supporting Gurugram administration by providing 500 kits of dry ration every day. These kits include Rice, Atta, Cooking oil, Sugar, Soap and other essential items. They are even distributing masks and clinical thermometers. Under a unique online family connect program, the brand is engaging with employees' families via video calls to motivate during lockdown and carry out fun activities.

Source- Team BHP

Read Also: Maruti Suzuki Introduces “Buy Now Pay Later” Scheme on New Vehicle Purchase

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