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  • Maruti Suzuki to phase out diesel cars in India from April 2020  title=
    Maruti Suzuki to phase out diesel cars in India from April 2020

    Maruti Suzuki, which is the largest car maker in the country, on Thursday, announced plans to discontinue selling all diesel cars in the country from April 1, 2020, citing uncertainty over demand for such vehicles due to “significant” increase in price once the new BS VI emission norms kick in.

  • New Maruti Alto 800 with BS6 engine: What's good and bad?  title=
    New Maruti Alto 800 with BS6 engine: What's good and bad?

    In terms of mechanics, the car is still powered with a decent 800 cc engine, however, it has been tuned in a way that it matches BS6 norms which will become mandatory for all cars hitting the market from next year. Here is our analysis on car differentiating the goods and bads about it.

  • Baleno hybrid: Maruti's first BS6 compliant engine car launched in India  title=
    Baleno hybrid: Maruti's first BS6 compliant engine car launched in India

    Complying with the new emission norms, Baleno will also be able to generate better fuel efficiency on roads. The Lithium-ion battery pack is compact and designed for long service life and will hence attract more buyers to its fold.

  • Maruti Suzuki Gypsy: From launch date to last date all you should know  title=
    Maruti Suzuki Gypsy: From launch date to last date all you should know

    The iconic gypsy from the house of Maruti will come to an end this March 2019. We have seen many avatar of this car model but now it seems that end of road for the robust vehicle is more. Maruti Suzuki Gypsy was launched in December 1985 and merely had major modifications in terms of its sleek look. Bookings for Gypsy has already stopped in the month of December 2018.

  • Maruti Suzuki Gypsy - two door offroader - discontinued in India  title=
    Maruti Suzuki Gypsy - two door offroader - discontinued in India

    Maruti Suzuki's iconic two-door offroader SUV Gypsy has been discontinued in India. It was officially launched in the country in 1985 and since then it had been the longest running model in production.

  • Maruti car with RDX used in Pulwama terror attack, owner absconding  title=
    Maruti car with RDX used in Pulwama terror attack, owner absconding

    In a major breakthrough, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has identified the Maruti Eeco car used in the Pulwama terror attack of February 14 where 40 CRPF personnel were killed. NIA confirms that the vehicle’s owner, Sajjad Bhat of Bijbehara in district Anantnag of Jammu and Kashmir has direct involvement in the attack.

  • Maruti Suzuki Alto set for a makeover this year  title=
    Maruti Suzuki Alto set for a makeover this year

    According to a report by ET Auto, Maruti Suzuki will be modernising its most selling hatchback with a brand new BS VI engine, enhanced safety features, exteriors and interiors upgrades. The all-new Alto will be launched by the end of 2019.

  • New Maruti Wagon R: Best reasons to buy   title=
    New Maruti Wagon R: Best reasons to buy

    The new Wagon R from the house of Maruti is the talk of the town. As the name suggest, it is new in terms of design and technology. If you are planning to buy a four-wheeler than this new vehicle might suit your taste and budget. While the auto market is flooded with good range of vehicles, we have some solid reason to convince you to buy new Maruti Wagon R. Just take a look at the drop-down points:

  • Maruti Suzuki recalls 5,900 Super Carry vehicles  title=
    Maruti Suzuki recalls 5,900 Super Carry vehicles

    Automobile major Maruti Suzuki India has recalled 5,900 units of light commercial vehicle Super Carry.

  • Tata Harrier H7X 7 seater SUV to hit market in Feb 2020  title=
    Tata Harrier H7X 7 seater SUV to hit market in Feb 2020

    The makers of Tata Harrier have announced that they will launch the H7X 7 seater SUV in Feb 2010 at the Auto Expo. To inform, Tata Motors, the leader in automobile market has already confirmed that the upcoming Harrier will be available in 5 seater format at first, and then as a 7 seater variant.