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The New Avatar Of Maruti Swift Launches Today: 45,000 Cars Pre-Booked

The much awaited New Maruti Swift is being launched in India today. The launch of the already successful, new Swift will take place at a ceremony to be held today, 17 August. Its earlier model became a favourite of the people, and even this newer version is much awaited. The pre-booking of the car has [...]

August 17th Comments (0)

Maruti Swift: All New Avatar in India

India’s most trusted and leading automobile manufacturers Maruti Suzuki is all set to launch in India, a new 2011 avatar of its leading car model Maruti Swift. This revamped Swift was already launched in Europe and gained much popularity because of its improved features and inviting prices. We have a look at its advance key [...]

July 29th Comments (0)

Option of Upgraded Model for Swift Buyers

Marurti Suzuki has asked its dealers to offer their customers an option of upgrading their booked Swift. No doubt, Swift is the most popular hatchback in Indian auto market. It is ruling the market since six years and still there are a number of buyers in the queue. Maruti Suzuki, country’s largest car manufacturer, is [...]

July 13th Comments (0)

Maruti Suzuki Swift 2011 Specs Revealed – To Give 90 Bhp Of Power

Maruti will soon launch its Swift 2011 in the country. The preamble of the new 2011 Swift hatchback has been late from the actual date, because of the 14-day long strike of the workers at its Manesar plant. However, some unconfirmed reports denote that Maruti Suzuki will launch its Swift 2011 this August. The 2011 [...]

July 11th Comments (0)

Maruti Suzuki Approves The New Union At Manesar

After facing a huge loss because of the 11-day strike at the Manesar plant, Maruti Suzuki finally gave a green signal to the new union at Manesar. Now it is expecting a quick re-start of production. On Tuesday, the company agreed to a separate union at Manesar plant even when it took a “liberal view” [...]

June 15th Comments (0)

Maruti Suzuki Remains Unyielding to the Strike

The country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India remains unyielding even when the strike at its Manesar plant completed four days on Wednesday. Acceptance of the demands of the workers is out of the question. R C Bhargava, Maruti Suzuki India Chairman, stated “When a union is not even registered, in today’s condition, how can we [...]

June 10th Comments (0)

Maruti scouts for land in Gujarat

Informed sources in Gujarat government say that Maruti Suzuki India, scouts for land for a plant in Gujarat. Officials have said that the investment by Maruti Suzuki could be around 1500 crores in Gujarat. Due to this investment various ancillary units as well as main car manufacturing units would be set up. Around 250 – [...]

May 19th Comments (0)

Change Is Here- The All New Maruti Suzuki Swift To Be Launched This May

The undisputed leader of the Indian auto industry, Maruti Suzuki India is definitely the czar of the small car segment. The leader is creating news again with yet another sensational launch. The most saturated and important segment in the domestic auto market keeping in consideration the depth of Indian household pockets, enjoys a share of [...]

May 13th Comments (0)

Maruti Suzuki A-Star Undergoing A Makeover For International Auto Market

It was 23 years from now when Maruti Suzuki India made its very first shipment of about 500 vehicles overseas. And today the export trade has successfully crossed over 8 lakh units milestone wherein model A-Star has a contribution of around 25 per cent of total export. The figures stand as a parameter of success [...]

May 11th Comments (0)

Maruti Considers Taking Different Measures After The Fluctuation Of Japanese Yen

Maruti Suzuki India, the country’s largest car maker has said that it will consider taking another set of measures after April in order to protect its margins due to fluctuation of Japanese Yen, after the devastating earthquake and tsunami. “For this month, we are completely protected. In fact, we are covered till April. Beyond that [...]

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