India – European Union Free Trade Agreements hit a major road block for auto industry earlier today when the largest car manufacturer in India, Maruti Suzuki, said that they do not want EU-FTA in the auto sector. India and EU have been in talks over FTAs since June 2007, but nothing solid has come out of it.
Maruti Suzuki India has revealed that in order to protect their market share in the auto industry, they will launch new sub-segment cars. These new Maruti Suzuki cars will be based on their segment leading cars like Alto 800, Swift and Ertiga.
Maruti Suzuki India launched their updated SX4 in India last week for a starting price of Rs 7.38 lakhs. Along with petrol and diesel options, the new sedan for MEN is also offered in CNG option. Here is the latest TVC of the new SX4. If you have not watched it yet, don’t bother.
Maruti Suzuki India associates with colleges and students. These students will not only be fit for employment within the country but will be adept for employment in multinational companies all across the world.
Maruti Suzuki Eeco Smiles is a new limited edition variant of their Eeco van which was launched in Indian markets in 2010. What makes this limited edition stand out from the regular Eeco van, is that it gives buyers 7 new features to smile about.
There aren’t many departments where Maruti Suzuki India, the largest passenger car manufacturer in the country, would want to exchange places with their competitors. Exporting passenger cars is one such dept. MSIL wants the title of largest passenger car exporter in India, which is currently held by Hyundai Motors India Pvt. Ltd.