BS IV norms implementation has left every car manufacturer at a point where the firms are with no other option, but to raise the prices of their products owing to the numerous upgradations that these new regulations demand.
In such a scenario, if a brand manages to retain an older price tag for its products, then what more could a customer ask for. Maruti Suzuki, one of the oldest brands in India and the one known for its economical products devoted to the middle-class Indian customers has made another mark in the Automotive Sector.
Inspite of the fact where all other car manufacturers are confused about increasing the prices of their products or not, the brand has decided to retain the older price tag for Alto, and now the BS IV compliant variant will come with the same price tag.
This automotive firm established its foot in India in 1983 and ever since then, the brand has never let its customers down by providing the best product at the best possible price. All this hard work and dedication will get paid off since the brand is on its way to achieve a remarkable cumulative sales record of 1 Crore, by March 2011 and till date the firm has rolled out more than 88 Lakh vehicles.
With such an achievement to come its way some of the executives couldn’t stop expressing their content and here is what has they stated. I.V. Rao, managing executive officer (engineering), Maruti Suzuki India Limited said “We are well on our way to producing over a crore cars by the end of this financial year,” Mayank Pareek, Maruti Suzuki’s executive officer, marketing and sales expressed, “The industry is on the verge of attaining the critical mass, which is required for the jump to the next level. Looking at the demographics, we will far exceed the 3million sales figure projected for 2015. My bet is that industry sales could be as high as 4.55-4.6 million units,”
Pareek later added “At that level, market share loses meaning. Our aim is to be in a dominant leadership position.We will predominantly remain a small car market despite all the theories of market graduating from small to big cars. At the end of the day, the Indian consumer will always look for value for money.”
Now with an amazing lineup including new variants for every vehicle from the manufacturer, like the new Wagon-R and others, we must expect the automotive brand to maintain its sales charts.
Price Of New Maruti Alto 2010 With K Series Engine
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