The Honda City has been one of the most spacious mid-size sedans in its segment, and the fifth-generation model offers even more interior room than the fourth-gen City. On the contrary, the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz is the only rival that could outclass the old City with the sheer interior space that it offers. But, with the arrival of the fifth-generation Honda City, it would be interesting to see how things stand between the arch nemeses. So, let's find it out.
Maruti Suzuki India has announced that its increased focus on using the Indian Railways has helped the company offset nearly 3,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions. In addition to this, over 100 million litres of fossil fuel were also saved as the company eliminated over 100,000 truck trips across the country.
Maruti Suzuki has collaborated with Axis Bank to offer easy financing options for potential car buyers. The company added that Axis Bank is one of its key partners for its dealer inventory, as well as retail financing solutions. As a part of this tie-up, Axis Bank will offer attractive flexi-EMI options to ease the liquidity and repayment stress of customers during these tough times.
Karur Vysya Bank offers customers a sanctioned loan within 15 minutes (conditions apply), and existing customers can even get their loans disbursed on the same day. The entire process from application to disbursement of the loan is digitalized, with no manual intervention.
Maruti Suzuki has partnered with Mahindra Finance to ease the finance availability for customers looking at personal mobility solutions during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The decision comes after six lakh Maruti Suzuki customers financed their cars from Mahindra Finance over the last five years.
Maruti Suzuki is following a safety and hygiene protocol not only at its factory and new car dealerships, but its used car True Value outlets too. It has recently issued safety norms in line with Government advisories due to the COVID-19 outbreak.