Upcoming Cars of Maruti Suzuki in India

 

This season is undoubtedly a car season. Leading automakers are launching different products in the market. To increase the competition in the market, the leader of the Indian auto market, Maruti Suzuki India is planning to unveil different new products in the next 1 year. We may expect Maruti Suzuki in some new variants like Sub-compact MPV, sub-compact SUV, a premium hatchback, and compact crossover. Indian roads will experience a new ride with these cars. So, have a look at these upcoming cars of Maruti Suzuki:

Upcoming Cars of Maruti Suzuki in India

Maruti Suzuki Vitara Sub-compact SUV

Vitara was first launched at the Paris Motor Show in 2014. It is based on the iV-4 concept. The biggest rival of Suzuki, Hyundai India is going to launch its Hyundai Creta based on its ix25 compact SUV, which got a beautiful length and great exterior. So, Maruti might also launch the Vitara in India. Vitara is expected to be good in length, spacious, stylish, and powerful.

Expected Launch: Early 2016

Expected Price: Rs. 7 lakh – Rs. 10 lakh

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Maruti Suzuki S-Cross

Everyone knows about Maruti Suzuki S-Cross, as it has got all name and fame in India due to effective branding and advertisements. It is a hatchback-based crossover and will be lined up in the category of VW Cross Polo, Fiat Avventura, and Toyota Etios Cross. Having the more powerful engine and better performance than these cars, S-Cross will give a strong competition to Hyundai Creta and Renault Duster. Pre-bookings are available for S-Cross. It will strike Indian roads very soon in August.

Expected Launch: August 2015

Expected Price: Rs. 7 lakh – Rs. 11.5 lakh

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Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire AMT

Maruti Suzuki’s Swift DZire is ruling the Indian market this month. Being the highest selling car in June 2015, it has become the choice of India. Now, the company is planning to introduce the automated manual transmission (AMT) feature in this model of the car. The diesel model of Swift DZire will get this feature this year.

Expected Launch: By the end of 2015 or early 2016

Expected Price: Rs. 6.50 lakh onwards

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R 7-Seater

Wagonr, well-known in the market will come in a new form now. Maruti Suzuki is planning to transform Wagnor into a Sub-compact MPV having 7-seater capacity. The WagnoR 7-seater will be the first-ever MPV of Maruti Suzuki that will directly strike the crown of Datsun Go+. It may be unveiled by the end of 2015. This car will have the same 1-liter K-series engine as that of the existing Wagnor.

Expected Launch: By the end of 2015 or early 2016.

Expected Price: Rs. 4.5 lakh – Rs. 6 lakh

Maruti Suzuki YRA hatchback

YRA hatchback will be a landmark in the history of Maruti Suzuki. It will be recorded as the company’s first premium hatchback in the country that will compete with the Hyundai i20, Honda Jazz New, and Volkswagen Polo. The concept behind this car was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in 2015.  This car is expected to be unveiled in 2016.  It will be powered with a 1.3-liter multijet diesel engine. The YRA hatchback will surely be another feather in the cap for Maruti Suzuki.

Expected Launch: First half of 2016

Expected Price: Rs. 6 lakh – Rs. 9 lakh

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So, get ready for experiencing some breathtaking cars from Maruti Suzuki India. You will surely feel the difference and variety in the drive of these promising products.

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