Maruti Suzuki exports over 1.5 million vehicles

Maruti Suzuki exports over 1.5 million vehicles

The Indian biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki has reported that it has cumulative exports of 1.5 million (15 lakh) vehicles with the top five exported models. The company has a great export market in more than 100 countries, including Latin America, Europe and Africa. Maruti Suzuki Alto, Celerio, Swift, Baleno and Ciaz models have more demand in the top Maruti Suzuki export markets, Sri Lanka, Peru, Philippines and Bolivia.

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Maruti Suzuki has started export business in the European market in 1987-88 with the small range of cars, Maruti 800, Zen, Alto and A-Star. In the history of the Indian carmaker, the Baleno hatchback is the first premium car exported to the Japanese market (Suzuki’s home market) from India.

                       

Kenichi Ayukawa, MD and CEO of Maruti Suzuki, said that we at the company are happy to cross the 1.5 million milestone in exports. We have maintained the same consistent in the international markets by continuously exporting the new products to the existed and new countries.

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The India-made Baleno has become as the symbol of country’s Make in India mission, according to Maruti Suzuki CEO. The product has set a story in the country’s export business and confirmed for the more than 100 markets. With the attractive design and layouts, the Baleno has to get the more demand and highest sales marks in the global.

Not only the cars, Maruti Suzuki’s first commercial vehicle Super Carry is exported to the Tanzania and South Africa markets. As per the industry news, it will be exported to the SAARC countries in the coming years.

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