In April, Maruti Suzuki DZire sales stood at 19,446 units in April, whereas it’s newest competitor Honda Amaze sold 4852 units. In March, Swift DZire sales growth was at 22% with 20,078 units sold as compared with 16,451 units in March 2012. There is no doubt that the Dzire is meant to be a front runner in the months to come, and all eyes will be on whether or not the Amaze can dent it’s sales.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited, the country’s largest auto makers have recently purchased land for their fourth plant, and their second in the state of Gujarat. This is in a bid to come up with their fourth plant in the country which will double annual production capacity to close to 3 million units.
Maruti Suzuki is all set to boost production plans within the country. Twin facilities have been earmarked in Gujarat from where the Indian automaker will be concentrating on supplies to the Asian market.