Maruti Cars in India

Maruti Cars in India

Maruti Cars are truly made for India and Indians. Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. is the largest automobile manufacturer in South Asia. There are total 14 models offered by Maruti Suzuki India Limited, that are Maruti 800 (discontinued in some cities), Alto, Wagon R, Estilo, A-star, Ritz, Swift, Swift DZire, SX4, Omni (discontinued in some cities), Eeco, Gypsy, Grand Vitara and the latest Maruti Suzuki Kizashi. Swift, Swift DZire, A-star and SX4 are manufactured in Manesar, Grand Vitara is imported from Japan as a completely built unit (CBU), remaining all models are manufactured in Maruti Suzuki’s Gurgaon Plant.

The 800 does not score heavily in the looks department. The regular facelifts make it look modest at best, but could we ask for more at that sticker price? The headlamps sport clear lenses. The grille has been given a touch-up too, with the smiling face now being dumped in favour of a fresh and modern trapezoidal unit.

Maruti Suzuki 800 Versions

  • 800 Std BS-III
  • 800 AC BS-III
  • 800 Duo Std LPG
  • 800 AC Uniq
  • 800 Duo AC LPG

This car has performed the roles of a people-mover, courier-delivery vehicle, ambulance and a host of others! The Omni is basic, large-family transport at its cheapest best.

Maruti Suzuki Omni Versions

  • Omni Cargo LPG BS-III
  • Omni Cargo LPG – BS-IV
  • Omni Cargo BS-IV
  • Omni 5 STR BS-IV
  • Omni 8 STR BS-IV
  • Omni LPG BS-IV

Maruti seemed to have finally found an answer to the long time top seller, the Maruti 800. Maruti initially bought the alto out with 2 engine options, the 800cc Maruti 800 and the 1100cc found mainly in Wagon R. The Alto has reigned the small car section for many years now.

Maruti Suzuki Alto Versions

  • Alto Std
  • Alto LX BS-III
  • Alto LXi BS-III
  • Alto Std CNG
  • Alto K10 LXi
  • Alto LX CNG
  • Alto K10 VXi
  • Alto LXi CNG

Maruti’s new people carrier looks like a downsized Versa, and it certainly seems that way. It has generated a enormous amount of interest, and with the new engine and refinement, we think this will take over the Omni’s mantle of Maruti’s small people-carrier sooner rather than later.

Maruti Suzuki Eeco Versions

  • Eeco 5 STR
  • Eeco 7 STR
  • Eeco 5 STR WITH A/C+HTR

The decade old Maruti Suzuki Zen was replaced by a re-designed tall boy and rechristened as Maruti Suzuki Zen Estilo. Zen was the first Maruti Suzuki to be officially discontinued from production, and Maruti had chosen to keep the Zen branding alive with the Estilo when they launched the car in 2006 to keep maintain continuity from the original ‘Jellybean-design’ Zen which was launched back in May 1993 but Zen Estilo didn’t managed to do so.

Maruti Suzuki Zen Estilo Versions

  • Zen Estilo 2009 LX BS-IV
  • Zen Estilo 2009 LXi BS-IV
  • Zen Estilo 2009 LXi CNG BS-IV
  • Zen Estilo 2009 VXi BS-IV
  • Zen Estilo 2009 VXi ABS BS-IV

Since its launch in the Indian market over a decade ago, Maruti states that the car has had over 8Lakh satisfied customers and with so many of them on the road. The first car was launched in 1999 followed by a facelift in 2003 and yet another facelift in 2006.

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Versions

  • Wagon R 1.0 LX
  • Wagon R 1.0 LXi
  • Wagon R 1.0 VXi
  • Wagon R 1.0 LXi LPG
  • Wagon R 1.0 LXi CNG
  • Wagon R 1.0 Vxi (ABS-Airbag)

Maruti’s A Star has been designed to replace the Alto in the European markets and give competition to Hyundai’s i10 that was launched in 2007. The A-Star is a car that is made in India to meet European standards.

Maruti Suzuki A-Star Versions

  • A-Star Lxi
  • A-Star Vxi
  • A-Star Zxi
  • A-Star Vxi (ABS) AT

The Ritz is a stylish and contemporary car with an advanced European design that offers a superior drive quality, performance and visibility.

Maruti Suzuki Ritz Versions

  • Ritz Lxi BS-IV
  • Ritz Vxi BS-IV
  • Ritz Vxi (ABS) BS-IV
  • Ritz Ldi BS-IV
  • Ritz Zxi BS-IV
  • Ritz Vdi BS-IV
  • Ritz Vdi (ABS) BS-IV

Cars from the Maruti Suzuki stable need no introduction. Except for a few, India’s largest carmaker has been able to capture a sizeable chunk of each segment it’s entered – if not lead it!

Maruti Suzuki Swift Versions

  • Swift LXi 1.2 BS-IV
  • Swift VXi 1.2 BS-IV
  • Swift VXi 1.2 ABS BS-IV
  • Swift LDi BS-IV
  • Swift VDi BS-IV
  • Swift ZXi 1.2 BS-IV
  • Swift VDi ABS BS-IV

Maruti Suzuki Gypsy Versions

  • Gypsy King ST BS-III
  • Gypsy King ST BS-IV
  • Gypsy King HT BS-III
  • Gypsy King HT BS-IV

Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire is the new entry level sedan from Indian automaker Maruti Suzuki. Launched on March 26 2008, Maruti Swift DZire is based on the popular Suzuki Swift platform. The Swift DZire replaces Maruti Suzuki’s popular entry level sedan, Maruti Suzuki Esteem, production of which was discontinued in late 2007.

Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire Versions

  • Swift Dzire LXi 1.2 BS-IV
  • Swift Dzire VXi 1.2 BS-IV
  • Swift Dzire LDi BS-IV
  • Swift Dzire VDi BS-IV
  • Swift Dzire ZXi 1.2 BS-IV
  • Swift Dzire ZDi BS-IV

Maruti had launched Maruti SX4 in May 2007 to compete with other sedans in the segment. Maruti Suzuki was the first automobile company to introduce class leading premium features such as air-bags, steering-mounted audio controls, auto climate control, glass antennae and many others in an A3 segment car for customer benefit.

Maruti Suzuki SX4 Versions

  • SX4 VDI
  • SX4 ZDI

Most awaited car Kizashi, literally, means ‘sign of good things to come’. The luxurious and sporty sedan, ‘Kizashi’ caters to the upper end of the Indian car Market. The price starts from Rs.16.5 lakhs till 17.5 Lakhs.

Maruti Suzuki Kizashi Versions

  • Kizashi MT
  • Kizashi CVT

The new Grand Vitara has made a foray into the Indian market without as much hoopla as the other SUVs have made, obviously with the massive disappointment that accompanied the previous offering.

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Versions

  • Grand Vitara 2.4 MT
  • Grand Vitara 2.4 AT