There are several Maruti Suzuki discounts and benefits ranging up to Rs 62,000 on the hatchbacks, sedans and SUVs available at its Arena dealership chain. The models available with benefits range from the popular entry-level Maruti Alto to the Dzire compact sedan and Brezza compact SUV.
Arena dealers offering benefits ranging between Rs 37,000 and Rs 62,000
No discounts on the Maruti Ertiga
Maruti Celerio discounts
Benefits up to Rs 62,000
Maruti’s mid-range hatchback is set to be replaced by an all-new model currently being tested. A rival to the Tata Tiago, the Celerio can be had with benefits of up to Rs 62,000 for the petrol-manual and AMT models. Those looking for some extra green credentials can opt for the CNG-powered Celerio Green, which too is available with up to Rs 62,000 off. Those looking for a more rugged-looking option can look at the Celerio X.
Maruti Vitara Brezza discounts
Benefits up to Rs 55,000
Maruti gave its popular Vitara Brezza a significant upgrade earlier this year with the launch of the facelift. The Fiat-sourced 1.3-litre diesel made way for a new 1.5-litre petrol engine and the compact SUV, for the first time, got an automatic gearbox too. The Maruti Brezza can be had with benefits of up to Rs 55,000, including an exchange bonus of Rs 20,000.To know more about the SUV, read our Vitara Brezza petrol review.
Maruti Dzire discounts
Benefits up to Rs 57,000 (pre-facelift); Rs 42,000 (facelift)
The Maruti Dzire has long been a favourite in the compact sedan segment, with sales numbers regularly amongst the highest in the market. Although the facelift arrived just before the lockdown started in March, such is the popularity of the Dzire, dealers still have stocks of the pre-facelift model too, and are looking to clear them with benefits of up to Rs 57,000.
The Dzire facelift gets a revised front end and a new, more powerful, more frugal 90hp, 1.2-litre petrol engine; the pre-facelift version made 83hp. Buyers can avail of benefits of up to Rs 42,000 on the Dzire facelift. You can read our review of the Dzire facelift here.
Maruti S Presso discounts
Benefits up to Rs 52,000
Buyers will like the Maruti S Presso for its easy-to-drive nature, roomy cabin and peppy 1.0-litre K10 petrol engine. Though the odd proportions may not be to everyone’s tastes, there’s no doubting the appeal of a boxy, SUV-like look even in the budget hatchback segment. The S-Presso is available with the option of a CNG kit, which will appeal to those looking for some green credentials. The Renault Kwid rival can be had with cash benefits of up to Rs 20,000, along with an exchange bonus. Corporate buyers can avail of further benefits, amounting up to Rs 7,000.
Maruti Alto discounts
Benefits up to Rs 50,000
Recently completing 20 years on sale in India, the Maruti Alto has long established itself as one of the best-selling cars in the country, with numbers nearly always topping the monthly sales charts. While not as well equipped or modern as the Renault Kwid, the Alto will appeal to those on a tight budget with its low pricing,low running costs and Maruti’s peace-of-mind ownership experience. Maruti’s budget hatchback is available with benefits of up to Rs 50,000.
Maruti Swift discounts
Benefits up to Rs 44,500
The Maruti Swift has long become a favourite among hatchback buyers in the country. Buyers will like this third-gen hatchback for its roomy cabin, peppy 83hp, 1.2-litre naturally aspirated engine and good ride and handling manners, though it’s not as sharp as previous-gen models. Also, the fully-loaded variants are quite pricey compared to rivals– the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and Ford Figo – and it’s no longer available with a diesel engine. Discounts available include cash benefit of up to Rs 10,000 with a further Rs 20,000 available to those trading in their old car.
Maruti Eeco discounts
Benefits up to Rs 37,000
The Maruti Eeco continues to soldier on in the BS6 era with an upgraded engine and safety upgrades to meet current regulations. The appeal of the Eeco is its ability to ferry up to seven at a price point similar to most budget hatchbacks, and its low running costs, which have made it popular amongst some taxi operators. There’s also a Cargo variant targeted at goods movers and postal services. The utility vehicle attracts benefits worth up to Rs 37,000
Maruti Wagon R discounts
Benefits up to Rs 37,000
The Maruti Wagon R’s strengths are its roomy cabin, wide-opening doors, high-set seats, peppy engines and lights controls, that make it a city friendly car. Buyers have a choice of two engines – a 68hp, 1.0-litre unit – available in lower variants –or a more powerful, 83hp 1.2-litre mill shared with the Swift. The Hyundai Santro rival is available with discounts of up to Rs 37,000.
Disclaimer: Discounts vary from city to city and are subject to availability of stock. Please check with your local dealer for exact discount figures.
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