Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL), the country’s largest car manufacturer, is also the largest in South Asia. Maruti’s first car, the Maruti 800, began production in India in 1983. The company is spreading its wings across the country and is one of India’s top publicly listed car companies. With more than 50 percent market share, MSIL is the largest player in the Indian passenger car industry.
In 2015, MSIL introduced the country’s premium Nexa dealership. The Nexa outlet sells a more customer-centered approach to the premium Maruti badged cars. In the A and B category, Maruthi Cars is a dominant player backed by famous sales models including Alto, Wagon R, Baleno, Swift, Dzire and more. The Ertiga has been a popular name in the MPV market, while in the small SUV room the Vitara Brezza is a popular choice.
|SI No||Car Name||Price|
|1||Maruthi Gypsy||Rs 5.71 lakh to Rs 6.37|
|2||Maruthi Omni||Rs 2.80 lakh, to Rs 2.94 lakh.|
|3||Maruthi Eeco||Rs. 3.59 lakh to Rs. 4.00 lakh.|
|4||Maruthi Alto 800||Rs. 2.94 lakh to Rs. 3.72 Lakh|
|5||Maruthi Ciaz||₹ 4.49 Lakh|
Two major car makers-Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Suzuki Motor Corporation (Suzuki)-have concluded a cross-badging deal. The partnership aims to bring together the strength of Toyota in electrification and the strength of Suzuki in compact vehicle technologies. The end result is aimed at making electrified vehicles widely popular.