Maruti Suzuki Cars In India

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Last Updated: 2015-04-14

Maruti Suzuki has 91 cars models available in India out of which 46 are hatchbacks, 19 are sedans, 2 are SUVs and 20 are MUVs/MPVs. Maruti Suzuki has total of 64 petrol cars, 19 diesel cars and 8 CNG cars. There are 8 automatic cars and 83 manual transmission cars to select from. Omni is the most economical car with an ex-showroom price (Mumbai) of Rs. 2,50,539/- and the most expensive model is Grand Vitara with an ex-showroom price (Mumbai) of Rs. 24,56,396/-. New Swift DZire is the latest car by Maruti Suzuki launched on 2015-02-23 and priced at Rs. 5,36,264/- (ex-showroom price, Mumbai) - Read Expert Review on New Swift DZire. Solio, Palette and Jimny are some of the upcoming Maruti Suzuki cars in 2015. Popular Maruti Suzuki cars in Apr-2015 are Alto 800, Alto K10 and Celerio. Find details on 326 Maruti Suzuki new car dealers across India.

History

Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) is the country's largest car manufacturer. Earlier known as Maruti Udyog Limited, the MSI is the Indian subsidiary of the Japanese automobile manufacturer - Suzuki. The company that commenced its production in 1983, is known for revolutionising the Indian automobile industry. The first car produced by the company was the iconic Maruti 800, which was recently phased out from the market. However, MSI continuous to use the 800 badge with its top-selling Alto brand. With a huge market share of around 44 per cent in the Indian passenger car market, MSI is aiming to add more models to its lineup to keep its position intact in the highly competitive Indian auto market.

Indian Operations and Executive Managements

Maruti Suzuki India Limited's headquarters are situated at No.1 Nelson Mandela Road, New Delhi. The company is currently headed by R.C Bhargava (Chairman) and Kenichi Ayukawa (CEO & MD). MSI, currently, has two production facilities in Gurgaon and Manesar near Delhi. Adding to it, the company is also planning to expand its operations with a new manufacturing unit in Gujarat. Its Gurgaon unit has a production capacity of 9,00,000 units annually with 3,50,000 units produced per annum in one shift. This facility currently produces cars like Alto, Omni, Eeco and the iconic Gypsy. Its second manufacturing unit, the Manesar facility was operationalised in February 2007. This assembly unit is capable of producing 5,50,000 units per annum. The company's most popular cars including Swift, Swift Dzire, Ritz, Celerio and Ciaz are developed here. This Manesar unit also has separate Suzuki powertrain production shift, which produces and supplies engines and transmissions to all Maruti Suzuki diesel vehicles.

The country’s largest car manufacturer is also India’s third largest passenger car exporter after Hyundai Motor India Limited and Nissan. MSI is mainly exporting cars to African and European nations. Maruti Suzuki India is currently known for its entry-level and small cars; however, the increase in demand for premium and luxurious cars in the country has compelled car maker to launch more premium products in the country. The company has already introduced the Ciaz mid-sized sedan, which replaced the ageing SX4 sedan. This new model is MSI's premium offering and has been getting a positive response from buyers. Now, the company is also planning to launch several new cars in the premium segment.

Products & Services

Maruti Suzuki India has also participated into various corporate social events and initiated several responsible steps to offer safe and secure world. The company launched Maruti Driving School in Delhi, which was later extended to other cities of India. Adding to it, the maker is also offering finance and insurance options to its customers. The company has also entered into used car/ pre-owned cars business under its new brand- Maruti True Value.

Talking about sales and service network, Maruti Suzuki India has the largest dealership network spread across the nation. Maruti Suzuki India currently has over 933 dealerships across cities and union territories of the country. The company has 3060 service stations, which includes dealer workshops and Maruti Authorized service stations, in India. MSI also offers 30 express service stations across 30 national highways in the country.

Environmental Initiatives

Maruti Suzuki India is also offering several CNG equipped cars to provide more environment friendly vehicles. The CNG equipped Maruti Suzuki Car Models in India are Ertiga, Alto K10 and Wagon R.

Founder & First Car

Maruti Udyog Limited was formed in February 1981, the production of its first car, however, was commenced in 1983. The first car was the Maruti 800, which was based on Suzuki Alto Kei car. Initially, the 74 per cent stake of the company was under the Government of India while 26 per cent share owned by Suzuki Japan. Sanjay Gandhi was the first managing director of this Joint Venture.

USP

The major reason behind the huge customer base for Maruti Suzuki Cars in India is its sales and service network. You can find Maruti dealerships in every region of the country, from urban cities to remote areas of Himachal Pradesh, Assam, J&K, etc. High fuel efficiency has also been a major attraction with Maruti Suzuki cars. Though almost all the Maruti Suzuki cars are known for offering high mileage, the most fuel efficient Maruti Suzuki Cars are - Swift, Alto 800 and Ciaz.

Resale Value

Maruti Suzuki Cars in India have the best resale value, thanks to MSI's strong hold in semi-urban and rural areas. Moreover, the low maintenance of its vehicles further improves their resale value. The company has two manufacturing units in India, and the maker has used high level of local components to manufacture these cars. The high level localization helps the company keep its car prices competitive in the market and keep maintenance cost low. Moreover, the brand trust also plays an important role in the resale value of cars. With over 30 years of strong presence in India, MSI has created strong brand trust among common people.

Competition

The biggest competitor for Maruti Suzuki in India is Hyundai Motor India Limited, which is the Indian subsidiary of the South Korean automaker Hyundai.  It is the country’s second largest car manufacturer and largest exporter for passenger cars. Other than Hyundai, MSI India is facing stiff competition from the likes of Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra and Honda Cars India.

Maruti Suzuki Car Models

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800
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Rs. 2.7 - Rs. 3.91 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Alto 800

The Alto 800 is one of the cheapest Maruti Suzuki cars in India today. With a conventional styling, the hatchback doesn’t mark an impression at first sight, though it manages to look quite refreshing. It gets some styling cues from other Maruti Suzuki car models like Alto and the A-Star. From inside, the car looks quite familiar since it shares interior design and equipments with the old Alto. The material quality, however, is certainly upmarket. An optional driver airbag is offered in the top-end variant only.

Maruti Suzuki Alto K10
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Rs. 3.4 - Rs. 4.26 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Alto K10

First launched in 2010, the Alto K10 received major updates in November 2014. The car received all new exterior, interior and a new automated manual transmission (AMT). The 2014 Alto K10 features sweptback headlamps, sculpted hood with chrome grille, large air –intakes, new wheel covers, pronounced wheel arches and large windows. Overall height and width have been increased by 15mm, while length is reduced by 75mm. The interior is more spacious and upmarket.

Maruti Suzuki Celerio
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Rs. 4.11 - Rs. 5.22 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Celerio

The Celerio was the first Maruti Suzuki car in India to get an automatic gearshift aka automated manual transmission (AMT) – EZ Driver. The hatchback, offered in six petrol trims and a CNG variant, replaced the A-Star and Zen Estilo in the country. It has a simple and neat design, originally designed by Suzuki. It received favor from all types of small segment buyers. It shares some resemblance with the Maruti Suzuki cars models it replaced – the A Star and Celerio.

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz
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4.22 from 83 submission(s)
Rs. 7.69 - Rs. 10.97 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Ciaz

The all-new Maruti Ciaz a more spacious, beautiful and feature rich sedan than the car it replaced – the SX4. Designed on an all-new platform, the Ciaz looks very contemporary and premium. It wears a four-slat chrome grille with signature ‘S’ badge, a large bonnet, projector headlamps, door handles with chrome finish, large rectangular tail lights and 16-inches alloys (offered on the Z+ variants only). The Ciaz is among the most spacious Maruti Suzuki cars in India. The dual-tone interior with wooden garnish and dashboard with chrome surrounds looks good.

Maruti Suzuki Eeco
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3.57 from 553 submission(s)
Rs. 3.37 - Rs. 4.47 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Eeco

Maruti Suzuki Eco, the updated version of the not-so-popular Versa, was introduced in 2010 with few cosmetic changes and a new engine. The Eco has a tall boxy design and simple styling, though it’s a decent alterative of the ageing Omni. The MPV gets new headlights, re-designed front and rear bumpers and taillights. The seating capacity and large storage and utility space are major attractions of the vehicle. Interior is quite practical and spacious.

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga
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3.84 from 1030 submission(s)
Rs. 6.49 - Rs. 9.28 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

Maruti Ertiga MPV is one of the most comfortable and spacious Maruti Suzuki cars in India. Based on the new Swift platform, the Ertiga looks bigger and taller than its hatchback sibling. The hood design and front grille are inspired from the Ritz, while the rear end looks entirely new. The top-end trims are offered with the 15-inches alloys, while rest of the variants get full wheel covers. The interior too looks like the Swift, though it’s more spacious and practical from inside.

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara
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4.17 from 191 submission(s)
Rs. 24.56 - Rs. 26.63 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara is the powerful SUV, which attracts the off-roading customers with its robust look and dynamic exterior features. The 2.4 litre, 4 cylinder engine of this vehicle delivers high power and torque. Apart from its aggressive and muscular looks, it has stylish interiors. Several comfort features are added in the car keeping in mind the preference of the customers. The Grand Vitara is only available in petrol version in both automatic and manual transmission options.

Maruti Suzuki Gypsy King
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3.94 from 248 submission(s)
Rs. 6 - Rs. 6.55 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Gypsy King

The Maruti Suzuki Gypsy King is one of the iconic Maruti Suzuki cars in India. Based on Suzuki’s conventional SJ design, it has always been appreciated for robust body-built and performance. The SUV has a practical yet outdated design. Although, having a slightly longer wheelbase and high ground clearance, it looks sporty and outgoing. It features a mesh type front grille and small rounded headlamps, shod with steel rims, simple side profile and a spare tyre on 5th door at the rear.

Maruti Suzuki New Swift DZire
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3.83 from 1060 submission(s)
Rs. 5.36 - Rs. 8.13 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki New Swift DZire

First launched in 2008, the Swift Dzire has been among the most successful Maruti Suzuki cars in India. The car entered its second generation in 2012 when the company developed an all new model of the car on the new-gen Swift platform. Unlike the previous generation, the 2012 model measured below 4 metres. The latest updated given to the car was in February 2015, when it received minor cosmetic, mechanical and feature updates.

Maruti Suzuki Omni
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3.56 from 549 submission(s)
Rs. 2.51 - Rs. 3.1 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Omni

Maruti Suzuki Omni, launched as Maruti Van in 1984, has received its first exterior and interior updates in 1998 and few minor changes in 2005. It’s one of the most popular Maruti Suzuki cars in India. The MUV (Multi Utility Vehicle) has outdated boxy design that doesn’t look good. It received new headlamps and front bumper. The door panels and side graphics are very simple. The interior is up-market than its predecessor, but doesn’t match standards of its rivals.

Maruti Suzuki Ritz
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Rs. 4.68 - Rs. 6.75 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Ritz

The Ritz is one of the most practical Maruti Suzuki cars in India. The hatchback received minor exterior and interior updates in 2012, when this tall-boy received new front grille, headlights, body side-moulding, prominent rear wheel arch and a rear spoiler. The interior is up-market in terms of plastic quality and features. Seats are very supportive, and offer ample legroom for front passengers, though the rear seat is little congested.

Maruti Suzuki Stingray
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3.78 from 197 submission(s)
Rs. 4.42 - Rs. 5.02 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Stingray

The WagonR is one of the best-selling Maruti Suzuki cars in India, which received premium upgrade as the Stingray. When it comes to exterior, except for the new projector headlights, front grille, bonnet, bumper and alloys, the overall design of the Stingray remains similar to the WagonR. The cabin, however, received quite a handful of features that make it look more upmarket than the regular WagonR. The WagonR Stingray has multi-information display with blue back lighting, new instrument cluster etc.

Maruti Suzuki Swift
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3.82 from 1890 submission(s)
Rs. 4.83 - Rs. 7.55 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Swift

Ever since its launch in 2005, the Swift has always been among the best-selling Maruti Suzuki cars in India. Though the vehicle has received a few facelifts in its 10 years journey, the most latest one was in 2014. Along with receiving minor cosmetic changes both inside and out, the updated Swift also got some new features. Moreover, the company tuned its engines for better fuel efficiency. The new model, resembles more like its predecessor, is now available in three new shades - Grey, Violet and Red.

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R 1.0
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Rs. 3.86 - Rs. 4.82 lakhs
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Maruti Suzuki Wagon R 1.0

The WagonR, one of the best selling Maruti Suzuki cars in India, received some significant exterior and interior updates in 2013. Though the overall design of the car, despite receiving the update, remained almost similar, it managed to look refreshing. That said, the car felt more comfortable and feature-rich with some new add-ons. The new model came with additional features such as tilt adjustable electronic power steering, music system with integrated AUX-in and USB ports, high-grade upholstery, electric ORVM, optional ABS, dual airbag and few more.

Upcoming Maruti Suzuki Cars in India

Maruti Suzuki Jimny Images
Overall Evaluation of the Maruti Suzuki Jimny The Maruti Suzuki Jimny is an entry level sports utility vehicle(SUV) that is expected to hit the Indian roads by the end of ...more on Maruti Suzuki Jimny
Expected: Early 2016, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Images
Maruti Suzuki India Private Limited had launched its premium SUV Grand Vitara in the Indian market but the model is yet to generate volumes for the company as MSIL is better ...more on Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara
Expected: mid 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Cervo Images
Latest update on Maruti Suzuki Cervo 4th June 2012 Maruti Suzuki Cervo, the much awaited compact hatchback will be launched in the festive season. The largest car ...more on Maruti Suzuki Cervo
Expected: end 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Palette Images
Maruti Suzuki is looking towards new launches to reinvigorate its dwindling sales figures and the New Delhi Auto Expo could not have come at a better time. At this monumentous ...more on Maruti Suzuki Palette
Expected: early 2016, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Swift Images
One of Asia's leading car makers, Suzuki Motor Corporation, has been conventional in approach by rolling out fuel efficient cars in various segments. In the quest to ...more on Maruti Suzuki Swift
Expected: end 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki MR Wagon Images
Maruti Suzuki, India's leading small car manufacturer, is looking to turn its fortunes around with a flurry of new launches. Among major models, the company is expected to ...more on Maruti Suzuki MR Wagon
Expected: end 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki SX4 S Cross Images
In the past few months, the Indian auto market has witnessed a steep rise in the demands of compact Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs). Almost all the global and domestic car ...more on Maruti Suzuki SX4 S Cross
Expected: mid 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki XA Alpha Images
The XA Alpha concept Sports Utility Vehicle was introduced by India’s leading car maker Maruti Suzuki during the 2012 New Delhi Auto Expo held in January. With this ...more on Maruti Suzuki XA Alpha
Expected: end 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Solio Images
Showcased for the first time in India at the 2012 New Delhi Auto Expo, the Maruti Suzuki Solio is a popular hatchback model already present in Japan. Unlike siblings Palette ...more on Maruti Suzuki Solio
Expected: early 2016, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki YL1 Images
The tremendous growth potential of Indian car market has made it a viable operation place for any auto maker in the world. In a country like India, which has a large customer ...more on Maruti Suzuki YL1
Expected: mid 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 Diesel Images
There are many dimensions to Maruti Suzuki's dominance in the Indian passenger car market, which go beyond revenue statistics. The sales reports and the market share are ...more on Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 Diesel
Expected: early 2016, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Diesel Images
The Indian automobile industry is one of the largest markets in the world where demand for passenger cars has seen a spurt in the recent times. Of late, the market growth has ...more on Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Diesel
Expected: end 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki YRA Images
Maruti Suzuki has been ruling the mass car charts for great time now. Since its inception, the brand has enjoyed a status of affordability with all its consumers. The company ...more on Maruti Suzuki YRA
Expected: mid 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Images
India’s favourite car maker Maruti Suzuki is all set to revamp its popular MPV Ertiga to make it better equipped in taking on its immediate rival, the Honda Mobilio. The ...more on Maruti Suzuki Ertiga
Expected: Early 2015, 0 comments.
Maruti Suzuki Celerio Images
India’s largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki launched the Celerio to replace the A-Star and Zen Estilo. Based on the A-Wind Concept, the Maruti Suzuki Celerio competes ...more on Maruti Suzuki Celerio
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Discontinued Maruti Suzuki Models

Maruti Suzuki 800

Maruti Suzuki 800 was launched in 1983 in the Indian market. This compact hatchback from Maruti Suzuki is one of the largest selling passenger car models. All new Maruti Suzuki 800 is the favourite vehicle of the average Indian customers. Its high mileage and excellent performance makes it a perfect vehicle for India. With a low price tag, the Maruti 800 becomes an affordable vehicle for the middle class buyers.


Fueltype:LPG,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki A Star

Maruti Suzuki A Star, the small car from the largest passenger vehicle manufacturer has good market rating. The hatchback is not only stylish but is spacious too. Apart from higher ground clearance, the A-Star has advanced braking and suspension system. At UTVi Autocar Awards, Maruti A-Star received Best Small Car of the Year. Zig Wheels also declared the A-Star as the Car of the Year.


Fueltype:Petrol,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Baleno

After the success of Maruti Suzuki Esteem in India, Maruti Suzuki Baleno, an entry level sedan, was introduced in the emerging segment. Known as Suzuki Cultus in several parts of the country, Maruti Suzuki Baleno could not do well in the Indian market despite positive market sentiment. Finally, Maruti Suzuki India Limited pulled out this entry level car from the market.


Fueltype:Petrol,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Esteem

Maruti Suzuki Esteem is one of the most popular mid-sized sedans, which ruled the Indian market few years back. Body coloured bumpers and stylish headlamps are other attributes of this sedan. Interior of this car is extremely spacious and four passengers can be easily accommodated in it. Safety features of the car comprise child proof locks, steel side-impact beams and collapsible steering column.


Fueltype:Petrol,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Kizashi

Maruti Suzuki Kizashi is the sports sedan, which was showcased first at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. Displayed at the Delhi Auto Expo 2010, the Kizashi gained huge appreciation from the customers. Front view of the car is quite sporty, and the look is enhanced by the jewel like projector headlamps and regal honeycomb grille. The car also has advanced safety features such as Electric Stability Program (ESP), Electronic Brake-force distribution (EBD), and Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), which makes it safe.


Fueltype:Petrol,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire

Fueltype:Diesel,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Swift Old

Fueltype:Petrol,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki SX4

Maruti SX4 comes equipped with loads of comfort and advanced features, making it a good value for money product. The high ground clearance and excellent NVH (Noise, Vibration and harshness) level and braking system makes it fun to drive even over the rugged and bumpy Indian roads. However, when it comes to competition, SX4 lacks as the competitors offer better looks, mileage and features. The low maintenance cost, reliability, good ride quality, resale value and excellent sales network for Maruti are the few positives with SX4 sedan.


Fueltype:Diesel,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Versa

Maruti Suzuki Versa is a microvan by Maruti Suzuki India Limited, introduced in the year 2001. With the significant success of Maruti Suzuki Omni, Maruti Suzuki India rolled out this model to attain complete control of the multi utility segment in India. Due to average response by Indian audience, Maruti Suzuki Versa was discontinued in 2010 and another model Maruti Suzuki Eeco was introduced by automaker in the same segment.


Fueltype:Petrol,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R

Fueltype:Petrol,Transmission:Automatic
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Duo

Fueltype:LPG,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Zen

Fueltype:Diesel,Transmission:Manual
Maruti Suzuki Zen Estilo

Maruti Suzuki Zen Estilo is a replacement of the Maruti Zen, which was quite popular few years back. The Zen Estilo comes with new bumpers, new headlights, and new fog lights. Advanced 'detent pin' gear shift and select mechanism are the highlighting features of the new Estilo. As far as safety is concerned, the car now has advanced arrangements like Electronic Brake Distribution and Driver side SRS Airbag & Front.


Fueltype:Petrol,Transmission:Manual

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