Suzuki India is leading the automatic transmission revolution in India with sales
of over 600,000 automatic transmission passenger vehicles. Out of these 600,000
automatics sold, over 500,000 vehicles are equipped with popular Auto Gear
Shift (AGS) technology.
of automatic vehicles accelerated in the last 5 years after the introduction of
the popular AGS transmission technology in Celerio in 2014.In FY 2018-19 alone,
the company had sold over 200,000 units of automatic vehicles.
company offers automatic options in 12 models and a choice of three different
automatic transmissions – Auto Gear Shift (AGS), Automatic Transmission (AT)
and Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT).The AGS is offered in Alto K-10,
S-Presso, WagonR, Celerio, Ignis, Swift, Dzire and Vitara Brezza. The AT
transmission is offered in Ertiga, Ciaz and XL6 while Baleno comes equipped
with CVT technology.
Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director & CEO,
Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “Maruti Suzuki is committed to bring the best
of automotive technology to the Indian market. This major milestone reflects
the growing customer acceptance of new technologies that brings comfort and ease
of driving. By offering multiple automatic options we are able to cater to
diverse customers across segments.”
added, “Our automatic technology brings ease of driving, especially in city
stop and go traffic, excellent fuel efficiency and affordable price.”
Suzuki’s automatic vehicles are popular across the country, particularly in
markets like Bangalore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune and Chennai.
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