The India’s largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki to launch at least seven new Maruti cars in the Indian market by the end of the next year, according to Economic Times. The list of Marui cars will be available with the high range of design, platforms, equipment and features, which meet the next generation customer’s requirements.
The much-awaited small crossover, Maruti Ignis is expected to be introduced in the next coming festival season and which will be sold via the company’s premium Nexa network. The Ignis will be powered by the 1.3-litre diesel and 1.2-litre petrol engines and featured the AMT (AGS) technology along with the standard manual transmission.
Maruti Baleno RS:
The Baleno RS is the additional variant or model of the regular Baleno and featured the 1.0-litre BoosterJet petrol engine. The turbocharged engine is already offered in the global-specific Baleno and expected to return the high power of 110 PS. The new premium hatchback is more fuel efficient than the 1.2-litre K-series variant.
Maruti Suzuki Swift:
As per the fresh reports, the carmaker is working on the next generation Swift (2017 Maruti Swift) for the Indian customers. The model will most probably introduce at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show that will be initiated in March 2017. The next-gen Swift will enter the Indian sales market in the middle of the next year with the new interior layouts, themes and the flexible design retrieved from the best Maruti cars.
2018 Maruti Swift Dzire:
The next-gen Swift Dzire will feature fuel-efficient engines, drive systems and the feature-packed interior. The upcoming one will raise the Maruti Suzuki’s range in the sedan segment with the attractive design quality and tech-based equipment.
Maruti S-Cross Facelift:
The Maruti S-Cross facelift will launch in the domestic market next year with the cosmetic changes and latest features. In fact, the S-Cross facelift has been debuted in the European market in the last month and now, it is ready for India launch. The new generation S-Cross crossover will be powered by the 1.5-litre petrol variant, which is expected to be mated with the automatic gearbox.
New Maruti Wagon R:
Wagon R is the best-selling small car in the country and the new one will get the exterior and interior updates and follow the test norms. The updated one is expected to gain the similar response from the customers in the future.
New Maruti Eeco:
The new generation Maruti Eeco will be regulated under the future emission norms and offered by the power steering, dual airbags, ABS, as well.