Maruti Suzuki has today unveiled its range of 5 CNG cars which are launched in Delhi NCD, Mumbai and Gujarat. The five cars which have been introduced in CNG variants with Maruti’s latest i-GPI fuel injection technology include – Maruti Alto, Maruti SX4, Maruti Wagon R, Maruti EECO, and Maruti Zen Estilo. The newly developed i-GPI or “intelligent-Gas Port Injection” is claimed to be safe, reliable, clean, responsive and environment friendly by Maruti Chairman R C Bhargava.
Maruti Suzuki is our very Indian brand who is most concerned about the mileage aspect of all the products in has launched and will launch. Its primary concern has been value for money and low running cost for its cars and for the customers too who before coming to a dealership do expect great deals at best possible price. Since petrol and diesel prices are touching the sky, the need of the hour is to introduce CNG or LPG variants of the existing cars which fit in the budget of most of the customers. Its not that this trend has [Read more...]
Soon after the news of Maruti Suzuki India coming up with the small cars Maruti Wagon R and Maruti Zen Estilo with company fitted CNG Kit, here comes another pleasing news. The launch of Maruti’s best seller small car Maruti Alto & its luxurious sedan, the Maruti SX4 is also on the cards. The launch of Maruti Alto CNG as well as Maruti SX4 CNG will happen somewhere near end of 2010. The SX4 has a powerful engine, so a minor power loss due to CNG fuel will not hamper the performance of the car much. On the other hand, [Read more...]
BS IV emission norms have been taken under implementation from 1st April and with this a list of restrictions have been imposed which is eventually forcing most of the car manufacturers in India to end producing a few of their products not complying with the new emission norms. To remind you we had informed you about Fiat Palio exiting Indian market and Maruti Suzuki phasing out Maruti 800 in 13 major cities and Omni as well. Maruti also enjoyed appreciable sales with Ritz, EECO and A-star which was hardly expected and now with Maruti 800 leaving the camp, the company [Read more...]