The country’s largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki has announced special year-end discounts across the product line-up in the country. The entry-level Alto 800 attracts benefits of up to Rs 30,000, while the Alto K10 manual version attracts a discount of up to Rs 25,000 for the petrol version and Rs 20,000 discount for the CNG variant. The entry-level cars have been a popular choice due to its low cost of ownership and easy to maintain features.
Maruti’s tall boy, the Wagon R has received minor cosmetic upgrades along with an AMT option. The petrol manual and CNG version attract a cash discount of Rs 40,000 and Rs 35,000 respectively. The AMT version of the Wagon R attracts a cash discount of up to Rs 45,000. Moving one step ahead, the Celerio Manual attracts cash discounts of Rs 30,000 (petrol) and Rs 25,000 (CNG). The AMT variant of the Celerio attracts cash discounts of up to Rs 35,000.
Maruti Suzuki’s popular seller, the Swift is available in petrol and diesel engine options. The regular petrol version attracts a discount of up to Rs 30,000, while the special edition model attracts a discount of Rs 5,000. The diesel version of the Swift, on the other hand, attracts a discount of up to Rs 20,000. Moving over to its compact sedan sibling, the petrol and diesel variant of the Dzire attracts a discount of Rs 30,000 for the regular model and Rs 5,000 for the special edition model. The company is not offering any year-end discount on the Brezza and the new-gen Ertiga.
Moving over to the Nexa range, the Ignis attracts a discount of up to Rs 40,000 for the manual and Rs 45,000 for the AMT variant. The popular premium hatchback, the Baleno attracts a discount of Rs 15,000. The premium sedan, the Ciaz Zeta and the Alpha variants attract a discount of up to Rs 15,000, while the Sigma and the Delta variants attract discounts of up to Rs 40,000.
The company is also offering an exchange bonus of up to Rs 40,000 and a corporate discount of up to Rs 7,000.