Maruti Suzuki cars, SUVs receive price cut

    Maruti Suzuki models like Alto 800, Alto K10, Swift Diesel, Celerio, Baleno diesel, Ignis, Dzire diesel, Tour S diesel, Vitara Brezza and S-Cross get a price cut.

    Published On Sep 25, 2019 11:19:00 AM


    Maruti Suzuki cars, SUVs receive price cut

    Maruti Suzuki has announced price cut for some of its models by Rs 5,000, thanks to the Government’s recently announced reduction in corporate tax.

    Models from the Maruti Suzuki Arena range, like the Alto 800, Alto K10, Swift diesel, Celerio, Dzire diesel and the Vitara Brezza, and Nexa offerings like the Baleno diesel, Ignis and the S-Cross now benefit from a Rs 5,000 price cut. The company has also a announced similar price cut on the Maruti Suzuki Tour S diesel – a taxi-only variant based on the previous-gen Dzire. 

    Arena Models Prices*
    Old PricesNew Prices
    AltoRs 2.94 lakhRs 2.89 lakh
    Alto K10Rs 3.66 lakhRs 3.61 lakh
    CelerioRs 4.31 lakhRs 4.26 lakh
    Swift DieselRs 7.03 lakhRs 6.98 lakh
    Dzire DieselRs 6.72 lakhRs 6.67 lakh
    Tour S DieselRs 6.61 lakhRs 6.56 lakh
    Vitara BrezzaRs 7.68 lakhRs 7.63 lakh

    Nexa Model Prices*
    Old PricesNew Prices
    Baleno DieselRs 6.74 lakhRs 6.69 lakh
    IgnisRs 4.79 lakhRs 4.74 lakh
    S-CrossRs 8.86 lakhRs 8.81 lakh

    The company is currently offering high discounts on both its Nexa and the Arena range of cars and SUVs, in order to push sales in the current market slowdown and also for the upcoming festive season. Additionally, an all-new model – the S-Presso – will see a market launch on September 30, 2019.

    *All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi

    Also see:

    Maruti Suzuki S-Presso interior revealed ahead of September 30 launch

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