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Maruti Suzuki and Fiat India service camps, Motomax monsoon tips

Fiat monsoon check up camp

Maruti Suzuki India Limited has brought back Beat the Heat campaign for a 2nd edition on 14-15 June, 2014 across 3,050 service workshops in 1,445 cities. Beat the Heat campaign will help Maruti connect with 50,000 customers. MSIL has strengthened customer connect initiatives to reach more people in recent years.

Fiat monsoon check up campBeat the Heat camp is Maruti’s way of helping customers optimise top performance of AC in their cars through its elaborate service network this weekend. With summer at its peak, especially in Northern India, small maintenance and upkeep tips can contribute immensely to better vehicle performance. Each month, 60,000 service engineers and technicians attend to 12.92 lakh Maruti vehicles.

Motomax too is keen on raising customer awareness this monsoon pressing for owners to keep grime, muck and dust off cars as in the long run they could lead to scratching of paint cause your car to lose its shine. Using a car shampoo is a good idea apart from a polish to keep elements at bay.

Motomax also stresses on tyre care as pebbles and mud gets stuck in the tread and can lead to cracks. Cracked tyres should be replaced, air pressure checked, and wheels balanced and aligned to prevent skidding on a wet road. In monsoon, car interiors can smell stale due to moisture in your car. Use old floor mats to get through monsoon, and fabric mats absorb water better than rubber mats.

Fiat India too has undertaken a nationwide Monsoon Checkup Camp with a 60 point checkup from 13th to 15th June 2014 in 89 cities across 107 workshops. FIAT Group Automobiles India Pvt. Ltd (FGAIPL)is committed to reach existing and prospective customers through check up camps. Free monsoon check up camp is an important after sales service activity.


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