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May 1, 2019



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April 26, 2019



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April 25, 2019



BusinessToday.In
April 25, 2019
The high cost of upgrading diesel engines to BS-VI standard might be a reason behind Maruti Suzuki's decision to phase out its diesel offerings


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April 25, 2019



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April 25, 2019



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February 26, 2019



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January 7, 2019



BusinessToday.In
December 21, 2018
While manufacturers are still trying to fathom the exact effect of BS-VI norms on the prices, the price gap between a diesel variant and a comparable petrol option will effectively increase to somewhere in the range of Rs 2-2.5 lakh.


BusinessToday.In
December 21, 2018
While manufacturers are still trying to fathom the exact effect of BS-VI norms on the prices, the price gap between a diesel variant and a comparable petrol option will effectively increase to somewhere in the range of Rs 2-2.5 lakh.


PTI
October 4, 2018



BusinessToday.In
May 1, 2018
However, not all cars in its stable are doing well. Its C-segment offering, Ciaz, which had managed to pip rivals like Honda City and Hyundai Verna in 2016, is fast losing traction. According to MSI, sales of the mid-sized sedan nosedived 27.2 per cent, to 5,116 units during the month under review. This is its eighth consecutive month of dipping sales.


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April 30, 2018



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April 27, 2018



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February 20, 2018



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February 20, 2018



BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, February 5, 2018
Maruti Suzuki, being one of the largest auto manufacturers in India, wants to keep all options open when it comes to product development in India.


BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, January 17, 2018
Maruti Suzuki, which revolutionised the auto industry in India in 80s, has big plans to retain its dominance over the Indian auto market.


BusinessToday.in
December 22, 2017
The government may want 100 per cent electric mobility in the country by 2030 but that will remain a pipedream unless electric vehicles (EVs) become more affordable. And, as the country's largest carmaker has just pointed out, prices will only come down on the back of serious government incentives.


Mail Today Bureau
December 22, 2017
Maruti chairman RC Bhargava pointed out that affordability is a major challenge that EVs will face and for them to be successful, focus has to be on manufacturing of batteries and other components within the country to bring down cost.


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