Suzuki India Limited announced that it has received enthusiastic response from
its customers for the BS6 range of vehicles.TheBS6 models offered by the company
currently constitute around 70% of the total petrol vehicles sold. The
government’s BS6 emission norms come into effect from April 1, 2020.
the BS6 compliant petrol vehicles of Maruti Suzuki can run on BS4 petrol also.
The BS6 petrol cars from Maruti Suzuki have been extensively tested with BS4
fuel and there is no operational concern.
celebrating 2.9 million customers of diesel-powered cars – Dzire, S-Cross,
Swift and Vitara Brezza - Maruti Suzuki India announced a comprehensive 5-year,
1-lakh km warranty at its countrywide dealerships across 1,893 towns and
cities. For new buyers of these cars, the scheme comes at no extra cost.
Suzuki introduced its first BS6 compliant petrol car, a Baleno in April 2019.
This was followed by launch of BS6 compliant petrol variants of Alto 800,
WagonR (1.2 L), Swift, Dzire and Ertiga much before the government stipulated
date of implementation of the regulations. The forthcoming XL6 Multi-Purpose
Vehicle (MPV) will also be BS6 compliant. All these vehicles are amongst the
top selling models in the industry.
Ayukawa, Managing Director& CEO, Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “As a
responsible and environment conscious brand, Maruti Suzuki is aligned with
Government of India’s vision to introduce BS6 compliant vehicles before April
2020. Seven of our top selling models are BS6 compliant much before the
deadline. We are committed to progressively upgrade our entire range of petrol
cars to BS6 technology before stipulated timelines. The BS6 vehicles use
Suzuki’s proven technology that helps to substantially reduce the emissions
thus contributing to a cleaner and greener environment.”
added, “We extend our gratitude to our customers who are early adopters of
environment friendly BS6 technology in our vehicles.”
BS6 compliant petrol vehicles will lead to a substantial reduction of nearly
25% in Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions.
Maruti Suzuki offers 5-year,1-lakh km
2.9 million customers of India’s four most loved diesel-powered cars – Dzire,
S-Cross, Swift and Vitara Brezza - Maruti Suzuki India announced a
comprehensive 5-year, 1-lakh km warranty at its countrywide dealerships across
1,893 towns and cities. For new buyers of these cars, the scheme comes at no
on company’s decision to offer comprehensive 5-year, 1-lakh km warranty on its
diesel-powered cars – Dzire, S-Cross, Swift and Vitara Brezza, Shashank Srivastava,
Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India Limited, said,
“Dzire, S-Cross, Swift and Vitara Brezza are our flagship products, which
played a pivotal role in transforming not just Maruti Suzuki but the Indian
automotive industry itself. These marquee brands are loved for their
performance by millions of customers and critics alike. These pioneering brands
will continue to play a prominent role in our future product portfolio.”
a small gesture of our gratitude to the admirers and prospective buyers, we are
offering a free 5-year, 1-lakh km warranty on the entire diesel line up of
these models to ensure a worry free ownership experience,” added Srivastava.
5-year, 1-lakh km warranty scheme comprehensively covers a host of parts and
their replacements. These include the high-pressure pump, compressor,
Electronic Control Module (ECM), turbocharger assembly, critical engine and
transmission parts, among others. The steering assembly and suspension struts
are also covered as part of the plan. The 5-year, 1-lakh km warranty for these
models is available to our new customers at no extra cost.
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