Thursday, February 09, 2012
By Manoj Kumawat
Maruti SX4 celebration edition launched
India’s largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki India Limited has now 10 million cars plying on the roads in India. As per the reports about Maruti cars in India, the cumulative domestic sales have reached the 10 million mark. In order to celebrate the event, Maruti has launched the celebration edition of its premium Tata Manza rival sedan Maruti SX4. The celebration edition of the Maruti SX4 thus launched on the occasion has decalcomania in toto with mesmerizing graphics and features. The white SX4 thus launched also sports new seats and chrome inserts inside besides new floor mats and pillows all marking it as the perfect celebration car. The ten millionth Maruti car which happened to be a Red colored Maruti Swift VXi was released from the Manesar plant to Coimbatore.
Top five Maruti cars in India as per cumulative sales:
|Models||Cumulative Units sold|
|Maruti M800||26.36 lakh units|
|Maruti Alto + K10||19.08 lakh units|
|Maruti Omni||14.37 lakh units|
|Maruti Wagon R||11.14 lakh units|
|Maruti Swift||6.85 lakh units|
The Indian Car market leader car company Maruti India has rolled out some of the best selling cars in India including the iconic Maruti 800 and the recent best seller Maruti Alto and Maruti Omni. The Maruti cars journey began in 1983 and since then Maruti has not looked back and today it has became India’s only car maker to have sold 10 million cars. Notably, where Maruti took 23 years to attain the 5 million cars mark in 2006, it took only six years to add another five million to its domestic sales. The unprecedented sales is a direct result of some of the best cars that the Indian car maker has pitched in the country including the best selling Maruti Alto, Maruti Swift hatchbacks and Maruti Swift Dzire that has also arrived recently in its under four meter avatar Maruti Swift Dzire CS.
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If one is write the success story of Maruti cars in India, four cars Maruti 800, Maruti Alto, Maruti Omni small MPV and Maruti Alto K10 will be the ones that can be crowned to have pushed the sales in the country. Maruti Wagon R and new Maruti Swift have also pushed sales significantly. Notably, Maruti has done better in the last six years despite increasing competition and arrival of more national and international brand cars in India.
In the last 29 years, Maruti has sold over 26.36 lakh units of Maruti 800, 19.08 lakh units of Maruti Alto + K10, 14.37 lakh units of Maruti Omni, 11.14 lakh units of Maruti Wagon R and 6.85 lakh units of Maruti Swift that has recently got a facelift as well.