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Maruti Suzuki cars price in India starts at Rs 2.95 Lakhs for the entry-level variant of Alto while it goes as high as Rs 12.39 Lakhs for the flagship variant of S-Cross SUV (Both the prices are Ex. Showroom, Delhi). There are a total of 15 Maruti Suzuki cars in India which are sold via the standard ARENA showrooms and NEXA premium showrooms. It includes 8 hatchbacks, 2 sedans, 1 minivan, 2 SUVs and 2 MPVs. The upcoming Maruti Cars in India are Maruti Swift facelift, Wagon R electric, new-gen Maruti Celerio and Maruti Jimny. Maruti Cars in India are synonymous to durability, reliability and Read More...

Maruti Suzuki cars price in India starts at Rs 2.95 Lakhs for the entry-level variant of Alto while it goes as high as Rs 12.39 Lakhs for the flagship variant of S-Cross SUV (Both the prices are Ex. Showroom, Delhi). There are a total of 15 Maruti Suzuki cars in India which are sold via the standard ARENA showrooms and NEXA premium showrooms. It includes 8 hatchbacks, 2 sedans, 1 minivan, 2 SUVs and 2 MPVs. The upcoming Maruti Cars in India are Maruti Swift facelift, Wagon R electric, new-gen Maruti Celerio and Maruti Jimny. Maruti Cars in India are synonymous to durability, reliability and the lowest possible maintenance cost. In the last four decades, Maruti has gained immense reputation and loyalty with the Indian buyers and it is the indisputable king in India. Maruti all cars are equipped with premium safety features.

Maruti has produced so many iconic cars and to start with, Maruti 800 was a one-of-its-kind vehicle. Being the dream vehicle of every middle class family, it shattered almost every sales record and was second to none till the time it was discontinued in the Indian market. Furthermore, the Zen and Alto hatchbacks too have an immensely high legacy in India, which will not find a match with any other vehicle. The Swift too has been a household name for almost every individual in the country.

Maruti Suzuki Cars Price List

The current portfolio of Maruti Suzuki cars comprises of 15 products, which are available only with petrol and CNG fuel options. There are a total of 10 Maruti Suzuki cars sold via the standard Maruti Arena showrooms while a total of five cars are retailed via the NEXA premium network of dealerships:

  • Maruti Alto: Rs. 2.95 - Rs. 4.36 Lakhs
  • Maruti S-Presso: Rs. 3.71 - Rs. 4.99 Lakhs
  • Maruti Eeco: Rs. 3.81 - Rs. 6.84 Lakhs
  • Maruti Celerio: Rs. 4.41 - Rs. 5.58 Lakhs
  • Maruti Wagon R: Rs. 4.46 - Rs. 5.99 Lakhs
  • Maruti Ignis: Rs. 4.89 - Rs. 7.19 Lakhs (NEXA)
  • Maruti Celerio X: Rs. 4.90 - Rs. 5.67 Lakhs
  • Maruti Swift: Rs. 5.19 - Rs. 8.02 Lakhs
  • Maruti Baleno: Rs. 5.63 - Rs. 8.96 Lakhs (NEXA)
  • Maruti DZire: Rs. 5.89 - Rs. 8.80 Lakhs
  • Maruti Vitara Brezza: Rs. 7.34 - Rs. 11.40 Lakhs
  • Maruti Ertiga: Rs. 7.59 - Rs. 10.13 Lakhs
  • Maruti Ciaz: Rs. 8.31 - Rs. 11.09 Lakhs (NEXA)
  • Maruti XL6: Rs. 9.84 - Rs. 11.51 Lakhs (NEXA)
  • Maruti S-Cross: Rs. 8.39 - Rs. 12.39 Lakhs (NEXA)

All the above mentioned prices are Ex. Showroom, Delhi.

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Upcoming Maruti Suzuki Car Models

Maruti Suzuki cars is all set to launch several new cars and SUVs in future in the Indian market. The upcoming Maruti Suzuki cars include the facelifted Maruti Swift which has already been launched in several global markets. In addition, the company has been rigorously testing its first-ever EV - the Wagon R Electric - which is expected to debut by mid 2021. Some of the other upcoming Maruti cars include Jimny, which will be available in a five door version and as a spiritual successor to the already discontinued Maruti Gypsy. The Celerio facelift is also being readied for India as it has been spotted testing several times on the roads.


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Maruti Suzuki Discontinued Models

Maruti Suzuki cars discontinued its entire range of diesel vehicles from April 1, 2020 due to the implementation of BS6 emission norms. These include the diesel versions of S-Cross, Ertiga, Ciaz, Dzire, Swift, Ignis and Baleno. In addition, the company had also discontinued its several models in the past such as 800, Zen Estilo, Esteem, Omni, Gypsy, Alto, SX4, A-Star, Ritz and Kizashi. Maruti also sold its flagship SUV, the Grand Vitara, in the Indian market for a limited time between 2007-2015 but it was phased out due to dismal sales performance.


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About Maruti Suzuki Cars

Maruti Suzuki cars owns a rich heritage in the Indian market with business spanning for more than three and half decades in the country. It all started in 1983 with the roll out of first Maruti 800 and since then, the company hasn't looked back and owns over 50 percent of the market share in India. For starters, it was a collaboration between the Government owned Maruti Udyog Limited and the Japanese automaker Maruti Suzuki cars in 1982 with the first production facility established in the same year in Gurgaon, Haryana. Presently, it has a total of three manufacturing units of Maruti Suzuki cars in India: Gurgaon, Manesar and Naviyani (Gujarat).

Maruti Suzuki Cars History and Management

Maruti Suzuki car has over 3500 retail outlets in India with as many service stations in the country as well. In addition, the company is also present in the pre-owned car sales business with its 'True Value' range of showrooms, while NEXA premium chain of outlets is also there. Currently, Mr. RC Bhargava is the Chairman of Maruti Suzuki, while Kenichi Ayukawa serves as Managing Director and CEO of the company. It has a total of 10 directors in the board of management: Osamu Suzuki, Toshihiro Suzuki, Takahiko Hashimoto, Kenichiro Toyofuku, Hisashi Takeuchi, Kinji Saito, DS Brar, RP Singh, Renu Sud Karnad, and Lira Goswami. Shashank Srivastava is the Executive Director for Marketing and Sales for the Maruti Suzuki cars Indian operations.

 

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Maruti Suzuki has 15 models and most affordable model is Maruti Suzuki Alto. It has a price range between ₹ 3 Lacs to ₹ 12.39 Lacs.