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Suzuki

Swift Hybrid

2017 A subcompact hybrid hatchback
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Wagon R

2017 A mini tall hybrid wagon
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Swift Boosterjet Hybrid

2017 A subcompact hybrid hatchback
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S-Cross Smart Hybrid

2017 A compact hybrid crossover
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XBEE

2017 A compact hybrid wagon
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 News
Jun 10, 2019

On June 10, Maruti Suzuki announced it has sold over 1.9 million brand Dzire in more than 10 years, one new Dzire sold every two minutes. The Company sold over 250,000 units of Dzire in 2018-19, averaging monthly sales of over 21,000 units. Dzire leads the compact sedan segment with a market share of 55%.
A testimony to its strong customer connect is that the sales of third generation Dzire went up by nearly 20%. The Auto Gear Shift (AGS) technology is available across six variants of the Dzire. Nearly 13% of buyers have chosen the automatic variant.
Interestingly, for half of the new Dzire customers, the compact sedan is their first car purchase. This shows a paradigm shift of the Indian customers who are ready to start their car ownership with a sedan.

Maruti Suzuki press release

Jun 03, 2019

On May 28, Maruti Suzuki India Limited informed that it has laid the foundation stone for a 5 MW solar power plant at the Gurugram facility. The captive solar power plant is expected to be commissioned in FY 2019-20. The company will invest around INR 240 million, and will offset CO2 emissions to the tune of over 5,390 tonnes annually, for the next 25 years.
The power generated from the solar power plant will be synchronised with the captive power plant to cater to the internal energy needs of the Gurugram facility. As a unique feature the photovoltaic solar panels of this carport style solar power plant will work as a roof at the new car parking area. While the solar panels generate clean energy, the cars parked underneath will be safe from strong climatic conditions.
Maruti Suzuki press release

May 10, 2019

In an investor update, Maruti Suzuki informed that it has planned a capex of INR 45 billion for the financial year 2019-10. Maruti Suzuki invested the same amount in FY 2018-19. The capex will be used for new models’ investments as well as research and development. It also includes annual maintenance CAPEX, any investment on capacity and land.

Maruti Suzuki investor conference call Q4, FY 2018-19