That’s an average of 39,787 cars every month, a number which India’s no 2 car maker still cannot match.
Maruti Suzuki will train over 2100 persons in car service and repair and maintenance at the various Automobile Skill Enhancement Centres being set up at it is across the country.
The magnitude of incentives is not decided by the company yet, but a total expenditure of Rs. 100 to Rs. 133 crores are anticipated for this gesture.
Marking Maruti Suzuki’s re-entry in the SUV segment, Maruti ACross is ready for Indian launch in a couple of weeks.