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October 03, 2016


Maruti Suzuki Baleno Wallpapers

The Suzuki Baleno is a subcompact car produced by the Japanese manufacturer Suzuki since 2015. Prior to this, the "Baleno" name had been applied to the Suzuki Cultus Crescent in numerous export markets.

The car was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2015, and was launched in India on October 24, 2015 and in Japan on March 9, 2016. It became available in Europe in April 2016. [Wiki]

February 19, 2014


Maruti Swift and Swift Dzire facelifts coming this year

At the 2014 Indian Auto Expo, Maruti Suzuki India launched its Celerio hatchback and unveiled Ciaz and SX4 S Cross. Moreover, the company also displayed the performance oriented Swift Sport. The company is now planning to introduce the facelifted version of Swift and Swift Dzire by the festive season. Earlier, both models were rumoured to be launched at the Auto Expo.

February 06, 2014


Maruti Suzuki Celerio launching today

Maruti Suzuki India, today, unveiled the much-anticipated Ciaz sedan and SX-4 Cross Concept at the ongoing 2014 Indian Auto Expo. However, everyone was expecting the launch of Celerio hatchback which has already created lots of buzz in the Indian market. Now, the company is all set to introduce the vehicle on tomorrow at the pan-India auto show.

February 01, 2014


Q3 Sales Report - Maruti Suzuki consolidates its position as Market leader

Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL), Board of Directors, have rolled out the financial results for the last quarter of 2013, ranging from October to December. The stats reflect de-growth in sales where as Maruti's stature as company increased during this period in the Indian auto sector.

January 30, 2014


Maruti Celerio launching soon; details inside

Maruti Suzuki India has tied high hopes with the introduction of all-new hatch christened as Celerio. Particularly, when its all about hatchback segment, Maruti shines out to be the segment leading brand in India. And now with the new Celerio coming, the competition seems to churning more fierce, and every other brand's sales are bound to get affected after the hatch gets launched. It is considerably a replacement for the the A-Star and Estilo models of Maruti.

January 28, 2014


Maruti Suzuki YL1 sedan could be named as Ciaz, to replace SX4 in India

Like other carmakers, Maruti Suzuki India, is involved in the final preparations for the upcoming 2014 Indian Auto Expo. We were the first to reveal that it will unveil its all-new sedan, codenamed as YL1 at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo, and now it is expected to be named as "Ciaz". This model will replace the SX4 sedan and is likely to be launched by the end of this year.

January 24, 2014


New Maruti Celerio to deliver 23.1kmpl mileage, bookings open

New Maruti Celerio hatchback will be the company's show-stopper at the Expo and it will replace the company's A-Star and Zen Estilo models. While we guys are waiting for its test drive, the company, through daily newspaper, has announced the bookings for the car and test drives for the buyers across the country. Interestingly, the company claimed Celerio to offer a whooping 23.1kmpl of mileage.

January 20, 2014


Celerio and iV-4 SUV concept to be Maruti's Show-stopper at 2014 Auto Expo

Like other carmakers, India's largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki is also doing its final preparations for the 2014 Delhi Motor Show. With its new technology and cars, the company aims to make a strong impression on the visitors at the Pan-India event. The Indo-Japanese brand will unveil a couple of exciting products and facelifts of their existing models. One of the most anticipated car of the year is Maruti's new compact hatch, Celerio, which will replace the A-Star and Estilo in the market. This model will have its world premiere at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo and it will replace the Alto worldwide.

November 26, 2013


Maruti Swift Specifications, Price & Photo Gallery

Maruti Suzuki Swift has most popular car ever since its launch in 2005. it was the concept S-2 that took the form of Maruti Swift in 2005. It took a team of 21 Indian designers and engineers, who meticulously studied the car and transformed it into a ground breaking hatchback. This radically designed car wooed India with its performance, hence changing the history of Indian automotive industry.  In 2007, Maruti Suzuki launched a diesel version of the car that redefined the standards prevalent in the industry.

December 26, 2012


Maruti Suzuki Ritz Automatic Launch in January 2013

Maruti Suzuki that had disclosed all the information about the upcoming Ritz AT , has now revelead its price on its official website. Maruti Suzuki India has now confirmed that both the metallic and non-metallic paint versions of the Ritz AT will cost Rs 6.51 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). And like we mentioned earlier, the automatic version of the Ritz has been made available on VXi Trim only, but if you look at the price difference between the VXi MT and VXi AT, it's about Rs 1.5 lakh. 

Now when all the information are out, the Ritz AT will be on sale from January onwards.Maruti Suzuki Ritz AT houses the existing 1.2-litre petrol engine and has the similar four-speed automatic gearbox used in the automatic versions of the A-Star and the Swift Dzire. Positioned against the other B-segment Cars including Honda Brio automatic and Hyundai i10 automatic, this is certainly more expensive product than other two, but the brand name MSI is certainly gives it the competitive edge.But when you compare all three vehicles, the Brio AT has the most advanced automatic transmission system, and offers the best-in-class fuel economy. So, it will interesting to see the battle between these two truly good cars. Except the gearbox, no other changes have been made in the car. The car will be coming in three new colours- Breeze Bue, Granite Grey and Mystique Red.

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