Maruti Suzuki is the biggest carmaker in the industry and it is no doubt that the manufacturer suffered great losses because of the pandemic. Still, Maruti is offering discounts on several of its models for July 2020. The Indian carmaker has a variety of cars in its portfolio ranging from Alto 800 to flagship XL6 which is a premium version of Ertiga.
We will be quoting the list based on highest to lowest discounts for Maruti cars in July 2020. Also, make sure you have made yourself a part of our exclusive 91Wheels Whatsapp group where we discuss anything on wheels along with share interest with like-minded people.
Maruti Celerio Petrol and CNG
The Celerio was the first Maruti to be brought in with an AMT gearbox. The car features a simple design and offers basic comfort features. It comes with a 1.0L petrol that also has an alternative fuel CNG. Maruti is offering a total discount of Rs 53,000 on the Celerio which can be broken into as Rs 30,000 as cash discount, Rs 20,000 as exchange discount and Rs 3,000 as a corporate one.
Powered by the same 1.0L naturally aspirated petrol engine, this car is known for its quirky design and peppy performance. The power to weight ratio easily helps in reaching speed up to 140km/h and this one is also offered by a good amount of features. It gets a touchscreen unit with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, front power windows, internally adjustable ORVMs, ABS with EBD and among others.
Maruti is offering discounts up to Rs 48,000 which is again broken into Rs 20,000 as cash benefits another Rs 20,000 as exchange and a standard Rs 3,000 corporate discount.
The Ford Figo rival is being offered with a total of Rs 37,000. It combines Rs 15,000 of cash discount, Rs 20,000 as exchange and another Rs 3,000 as a corporate discount. The hatchback is offered with a 1.2L naturally aspirated petrol motor and if reports are to be believed then it will also come with a more fuel-efficient 1.2L DualJet motor.
Maruti Dzire Facelift
Like the Swift, the facelifted Dzire is also offered with Rs 37,000 of discount but is segregated into different ways. The standard Rs 3,000 corporate discount remains constant. The cash discount is of Rs 10,000 and the exchange is increased to Rs 25,000.
The facelifted Dzire was launched before lockdown and features subtle exterior and interior changes. The major was under the hood as it got a newer 1.2L DuajJet motor which is now powerful and also fuel-efficient.
Maruti Alto 800 Petrol and CNG
Maruti Alto is a popular entry-level hatchback from Maruti and is offered with a 0.8L engine. It comes in petrol and CNG versions and Maruti is offering up to Rs 35,000 discount on this one. A cash discount of Rs 18,000 while the exchange sticks at Rs 15,000 and a corporate discount are at Rs 2,000.
Maruti Wagon R and Eeco
Both the vehicles from Maruti's line-up is being offered with total discounts of Rs 32,000. That includes a Rs 10,000 cash discount, Rs 20,000 exchange discount and another Rs 2,000 as a corporate discount. The corporate discount on mostly all Maruti cars vary from model to model.
The popular compact SUV is being offered with Rs 20,000 exchange discount only. Maruti launched the all-new Brezza with updated styling, features and engine before the lockdown. It now gets a new 1.5L petrol engine which is seen in XL6 and Ciaz. This unit makes 103 bhp with 138 Nm of peak torque and comes mated to 5-speed manual gearbox and an optional 4-speed torque converter unit.