Maruti Suzuki has extended the 'Subscribe' service to a few more models in its portfolio in the Indian market. The three new Maruti cars in India to join the bandwagon are Maruti Wagon R, Maruti Ignis and Maruti S-Cross. Maruti Suzuki Subscribe service can be availed on the aforementioned cars in a total of 7 cities such as Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai and Ahmedabad. Until now, four cars from Maruti Arena in the form of Swift, Dzire, Vitara Brezza and Ertiga and three cars from Nexa like Baleno, Ciaz, and XL6 were included in the Subscribe service.
Maruti Suzuki has made the 'Subscribe' program even more affordable with the inclusion of Wagon R as it will be available at an all-inclusive monthly charge of Rs 12,722/- for the Lxi variant. On the other hand, Sigma grade of Maruti Ignis can now be availed by paying Rs Rs 13,772/- (including taxes). Both the aforementioned subscription charges are for a tenure of 48 months in Delhi. The hatchback duo will be offered with white number plate and registered in the name of the customer.
After the completion of subscription tenure, the customer can also opt to extend, upgrade the vehicle, or buy the car at market price. Now, Maruti S-Presso, Maruti Celerio, Maruti Eeco & Maruti Alto are the only four cars that are not a part of the Subscribe program yet.
The one-of-its-kind Subscribe initiative allows a customer to use a brand-new car without actually owning it. The customer needs to pay an all-inclusive monthly fee that comprehensively covers maintenance, 24*7 roadside assistance and insurance for the complete tenure.
The plan comes with tenure options of 24, 36, and 48 months, as per the customer’s choice. After the completion of subscription tenure, the customer can also opt to extend, upgrade the vehicle, or buy the car at market price. There is zero down payment involved in the Subscribe program while the customer can choose the variant and color of his/her choice. The company is expected to expand this initiative to several more cities in the coming days.