To become the best company in the automotive market, the car companies offer dissimilar kinds of models that available with the latest platforms, new design cues, up-to-date technologies, as well. The Indian car market is increasing in a quick manner with technology-based and performance-based best-in-class models. The potential buyers consider not only the performance but also the cost of the models as it is the main factor in purchasing vehicles. Maruti Suzuki, the biggest car company in India, has a variety of car models in the different segments and offered in manual and automatic versions at reasonable prices.
New Maruti cars:
The recently launched cars, like Vitara Brezza and Baleno, have more acceptance in the car market with iconic designs and easy-to-use techniques. Due to the demand, some of the models received waiting period in the domestic market.
Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza:
Being a new Maruti car, the Vitara Brezza has received a great popularity in the compact SUV segment, which is increasing in the Indian automotive industry. The new car is available in diesel versions and featured the 1248cc diesel engine with the capacity of 89bhp, 200Nm and fuel economy of 24.3kmpl. With the pair of technology outlooks, the front-wheel drivetrain and the standard 5-speed manual box, it is recognised as one of the fuel-efficient compact SUVs in India. The Vitara Brezza petrol will most probably come to India soon, based on the sources.
Maruti Suzuki Baleno:
The Baleno is the premium hatchback developed with the all-local design quality, even though the model has well-acceptance in the biggest global car markets, including the UK, Japan, etc. Like the Brezza, it also receives 6 to 8 months waiting period in some of the cities across India. To reduce the Baleno waiting period, the Suzuki’s manufacturing unit in Gujarat will increase the production capacity to around 12,000 units.
Baleno Sigma 1.2 Petrol Price: Rs. 5.15lakh (base model)
Baleno Sigma 1.3 Diesel Price: Rs. 6.34lakh (base model)
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross:
The S-Cross is the first premium crossover from Maruti Suzuki and introduced in the earlier festival period to target the Hyundai Creta. In the starting months, the Maruti S-Cross gets more sales from the Indian customers and now, the demand for this is low. To overcome the hard times, the company is working on the S-Cross petrol versions. It is the first Maruti car introduced via the premium outlets in the NEXA network and the Baleno is the second one.
To reduce the emission levels in the air, the Indian government suggests the car companies to introduce hybrid and electric cars. As in the part, Maruti imported the SHVS, Suzuki’s mild hybrid system, under the government’s FAME scheme and offered in Ciaz and Ertiga models.
With the simple and attractive design, the updated model of Ciaz introduced in the last September month. The c-segment sedan car designed based on the new concept of Suzuki Authentic that was showcased by the parent company at the 2014 Shanghai motor show. In the county, the Ciaz is the first Maruti model introduced with the mild hybrid system to improve the fuel efficiency, whereas it is available in petrol versions rated at 20.73kmpl. The Ciaz hybrid is the top fuel-efficient passenger car in the domestic market and priced at Rs. 7.68 lakh on the base hybrid model.
Ertiga is the second hybrid car rated at the ARAI certified best mileage of 24.52kmpl. It is the multi-purpose vehicle also offered in automatic and petrol versions.
Ertiga Automatic: Rs. 8.55lakh
Ertiga Hybrid: Rs. 7.009lakh (base version)
Ertiga Petrol: Rs. 6.19lakh (LXI)
Best-selling Maruti Cars:
Maruti Suzuki is the witnessed car company for best-selling cars with the company’s models like Dzire, Swift, Wagon R, Alto and Celerio. These models help the car maker to register the positive growth in all segments.
Maruti Swift Dzire:
The Swift Dzire is the sedan retrieved the heavy design and mechanical equipment from the Swift hatchback. It is gained the name in the market as the good value for money car with the exterior, safety features, sporty look headlamps, as well. The sedan is available in petrol, diesel and automatic versions at the price range of Rs. 5.24lakh to Rs. 8.58lakh.
Maruti Suzuki Swift:
Swift is one of the hottest and best-selling hatchbacks and received the facelift (update) in 2014 with the cosmetic changes. Good looking, stylish design, Indian-roads capability and excellent engine performance are the key factors of Swift. The hatchback is available in six colors and moreover, the company is working on the new-gen Swift that is expected to launch in the next year.
Maruti Suzuki Alto:
The Alto is the smallest car in the Maruti range and available in two different models, Alto 800 and Alto K10. The automatic manual gearbox is offered in the Alto K10 petrol variants.
Alto 800: Rs. 2.46lakh to Rs. 3.73lakh
Alto K10: Rs. 3.26lakh to Rs. 4.11lakh
Maruti Wagon R:
Launched more than a decade back, even though it is one of the highest selling small car with its bolder look, aggressive appearance and the standard safety equipment. It gradually gets the facelifts in the Indian market to continue its brand name in the market. The fresh reports recommended that the company is working on the 7-seater Wagon R, which has been spotted for the general testing.
Wagon R automatic: Rs. 4.82lakh
Wagon R petrol: Rs. 4.09lakh
Wagon R CNG: Rs. 4.63lakh
The Maruti Suzuki Celerio has played a crucial role in increasing the hatchback segment growth in the Indian car market. It is available in three fuel options, petrol, CNG and diesel and the petrol versions featured the 998cc petrol engine that is rated at 67bhp of power output and 90Nm of torque. The Celerio returns the fuel economy of 27.62kmpl with the 5-speed manual gearbox and 23.1kmpl on both manual and automatic transmissions.
Celerio Price: Rs. 4.04lakh - Rs. 5.90lakh
All above cars available at the general Maruti Suzuki dealerships except S-Cross and Baleno (Nexa) at the reasonable prices in India.