• Maruti Suzuki to recall Ertiga Swift and DZire starting 11th April

    In the affected vehicles there is a possibility of fuel smell and in extreme condition there may be some fuel leakage, if fuel is filled upto the Fuel Cap, beyond Auto cutoff level.

  • Maruti preparing new 1L engine with 90 hp power

    Maruti Suzuki, India largest car maker is currently working on a new small engine which will be first mated with the new premium hatchback, secretly named YRA. This new engine will be turbocharged having capacity of 1.01 develops 90 hp power which is best in class.

  • Booking open for new Maruti Celerio

    Maruti is presenting its new hatchback at the show that is Maruti Celerio and this will be the eye catching model at the show and it is coming as replacement for the companys A-Star and Zen Estilo models.

  • Maruti Suzuki Sales in January 2014

    Sales of the compact segment comprising Swift, Estilo, Ritz increased by 1.9 per cent it stoods at 24,473 units in January this year as compared to 24,006 units last year.

  • Maruti Celerio bookings clock 1000 units per day

    Company claimed that Celerio will deliver class leading fuel efficiency of 23.1 Kmpl and it will replace the company current models the A-Star and Zen Estilo hatchbacks.

  • Maruti Suzuki sales decline in February 2014

    Country largest car-maker Maruti Suzuki India sold a total of 109,104 units in February, 2014. This includes 9,346 units for export. Domestic Sales during February 2014 was 99,758.

  • Maruti to set up brand centres across India

    Maruti is working on to emerge its brand image from being a maker of small cars to one that manufactures technologically-advanced vehicles across several segments.

  • Maruti to fit AMT gearbox in Alto K10 and Wagon R

    Company officials confirmed that Wagon R and Alto comes up with the AMT technology, apart from the introduction of a CVT gearbox to the upcoming Ciaz. The AMT technology provides an ease for driver to drive the car in a fully automatic mode as well as partially automatic mode.

  • Maruti investors eye legal recourse

    Maruti Suzuki angry investors are looking at alegal challenge to the companys plan to hand over the proposed Gujarat plant to parent Suzuki and may approach the Company Law Board (CLB) soon, a section of the institutional investors said.

  • Sebi to probe whether Maruti deal broke law

    Market regulator Sebi has so far not found any violations of law by the Maruti Suzuki management on its decision to hand over the proposed Gujarat plant to parent Suzuki but will examine the issues, source said.