Nov 15, 2016 : India’s largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL), has been ruling the country with its vast array of reliable products and rock solid after-sales service network. It has now embarked on a n ew journey to set up a first-of-its-kind industrial training institute called Japan-India Institute of Manufacturing (JIM) in Mehsana, Gujarat. The company says that this initiative will represent its contribution towards corporate social responsibility. It will go live from August 2017 and will be equipped to train 300 candidates per year in technical trades and Japanese shopfloor practices Read More Read Less
We drive the much-awaited Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza with the 1.3-litre diesel engine to see if it can really live up to the hype that it has created. Will it be one of India's most popular cars in the years to come? Well, read on....
Maruti turns the heat on Hyundai’s blockbuster Elite i20 with the brand new Baleno hatchback. This time round the well packaged Maruti Suzuki Baleno seems ready for the job at hand
Maruti is trying many things in one stroke – entering the crossover segment, launching just diesel variants, introducing a new and more powerful diesel engine, and improving on every aspect of car building (which they know mighty well). All this with the launch of the new Maruti Suzuki S-Cross.
Maruti Suzuki's focus on delivering safer cars well before the mandated date extends beyond their range of all-new cars. At their R&D centre, Maruti Suzuki revealed that older models such as the Ciaz and Ertiga have already been reengineered and certified to comply with these norms.
Maruti Suzuki has equipped the diesel models of the Ciaz and Ertiga with SHVS technology, and both cars enjoy benefits under the FAME Scheme
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