Maruti Suzuki India [MSI], the biggest car manufacturer of India, has recently announced that its working is not affected by the so-called global recall of over one lakh Swift compact cars by its Japanese parent Suzuki.
While talking to media in national capital, an official from MSI said, “The Swift cars made and sold in India by Maruti Suzuki are not impacted by this recall.”
India’s largest car manufacturer, Maruti announced that without having goal to cut completely car making at its Gurgaon factory, it plans to cease one part out of three in the immediate future
Dismissing its previous earlier statement of ending car making plants at Gurgaon, Maruti Chairman RC Bhargava said, “What we did say was that out of the three assembly lines at Gurgaon, we would shut down one line by 2015, reducing the installed capacity to 5 lakh cars, as against 7.2 lakh at present. In the space which would become available we would install our new diesel engine plant with a capacity of 3 lakh engines and also make components.”
Fresh Auto sector news reveals that Maruti Suziki India [MSI], the country’s largest car manufacturer, has today announced to increase the car prices by up to Rs 17,000 after the recent hike in the excise duty in the Budget.
It is said in reports that the hike in car prices will affect Maruti’s models ranging from small car segment M800 to mid-sized cars like Sedan SX4.
While talking to media, MSI Managing Executive Officer, Marketing & Sales, Mr. Mayank Pareek said, “There has been an average increase in prices of our vehicles by 1.75 per cent after the Budget.”
As per the latest Auto news, Maruti Suzuki, the country’s largest car manufacturer has recently announced that it’s India branch will invest Rs 2,600 crore to establish a new diesel plant at its Gurgaon facility and to boost R&D activities at Rohtak by 2014.
Maruti Suzuki India’s Board of Directors, in a meeting took place on Friday, sanctioned the deal to establish a diesel plant in Gurgaon at an investment of Rs 1,700 crore. The company further announced to ramp up investment by Rs 900 crore at its upcoming R&D centre in Rohtak.
Seeking to operate smoothly in comprehensive market which is customer preferential, the India’s largest car manufacture Maruti Suzuki India is trying to capture MPV segment with its upcoming technically specific model, the Ertiga.
Ertiga, a seven seater car is especially passenger vehicles to offer in multi purpose segments whether it relates to look, interior design, performance and operations to speed up.
around 400 crore investment has made on global launch of Ertiga to make available in both variants petrol and diesel, however petrol delivers a fuel of 16.02 kmpl while the diesel one gives 20.77 kmpl.