Dale Wyatt, Suzuki UK’s Head of Sales and Marketing, recently revealed that the company has six products in pipeline, two each in A,B and C segments, for launch until 2017. Here is an overview of them all.
Among many products, six to be precise, Suzuki is about to launch until 2017, the codename YRA premium hatchback (to be positioned above the Swift) is one of the most interesting models as it will compete directly with Hyundai i20 and Honda Jazz. Will YRA make its first public appearance at 2015 Geneva Motor Show?
Maruti XA Alpha (Codename: YBA) is expected to receive a much powerful variant housing a 1.5 litre Fiat diesel engine and one with Suzuki’s AllGrip All-Wheel-Drive configuration.
WagonR Xrest model presented at 2014 Delhi Auto Expo is spied recently. The undisguised prototype does not seem to be the same unit showcased at the Expo, hinting that the variant could enter production soon.
A study made by Frost & Sullivan, consultancy and marketing research firm, has confirmed that the used car business in India is increasing by leaps and bounds.
Maruti Suzuki cars excluding Celerio hatchback and Ciaz sedan are offered with hefty discounts now, with a warning that ex-showroom prices may be increased next month (December 2014).
WagonR 7 seater made its global debut last year. Now, about a year later, it is revealed that Maruti Suzuki is planning on launching this car in India.
Long wait for Maruti XA Alpha compact SUV, which will rival the likes of Ford EcoSport and Mahindra S101, seems to be getting over.