Maruti Suzuki finished the financial year 2018-19 with a general deals figure of 1,862,449 units. Contrasted with the 1,779,574 units sold in the past monetary year, the carmaker recorded a development of 4.7 percent. This combined yearly deals likewise includes the most astounding ever local offers of 17,53,700 units, while the fare remained at 1,08,749 units in the monetary year.
In the interim, in March, Maruti sold 1,58,076 units – a drop of 1.6 percent contrasted with 1,60,598 sold around the same time a year ago. The offers of the small fragment, which incorporated the Alto and the old Wagon R, has dropped too since the new-gen Wagon R has now moved from scaled down sub-portion to conservative sub-section. The last portion – which presently incorporates new Wagon R, Ignis, Celerio, Swift, Baleno and Dzire – enlisted a development of 19.8 percent. The new Ciaz is yet to pick up energy and its deals are down from 4,321 units in March 2018 to 3,672 units a month ago. Then again, the utility section which incorporates Gypsy, Ertiga, Vitara Brezza and S-Cross likewise finished on a high note, becoming 12.3 percent in March 2019.
Over the most recent few months, Maruti has been occupied with rejigging its item portfolio. The carmaker propelled the new-gen Wagon R and Ertiga and has likewise refreshed the Baleno, Ignis other than including a recently created diesel motor in the new Ciaz. Going ahead, Maruti is preparing for a midlife update to the Vitara Brezza and the dispatch of the new-age Alto too. The previous is relied upon to come around sooner than we know, while the last is still in beginning periods of advancement and might break spread around the happy season not long from now.
Recently, Maruti Suzuki has discharged the costs of the 2019 Eeco that accompanies upgraded wellbeing to meet the more stringent security standards set to become effective in a staged way this year. The refreshed model's costs begin at INR 3.55 lakh (ex- showroom, Delhi) and go up to INR 6.54 lakh (ex- showroom, Delhi). However, metallic paint costs extra in STD, Tour V and Cargo variations.
From the earliest starting point of this current month, ABS has turned out to be obligatory, while driver airbag, switch stopping sensors, speed ready framework and front safety belt updates will end up required in July. Already, none of these highlights were accessible in the Maruti Eeco. Presently, they are a piece of the standard gear. The Tour V variation, be that as it may, is fitted with a speed limiter rather than a speed cautioning framework.
To offer the driver airbag in the Eeco, Maruti Suzuki needed to present another directing wheel. The new piece is obtained from the Alto. Other than that, there are no restorative changes in the refreshed model.
The determinations of the Maruti Eeco have stayed unaltered. In the engine, there's the G12B 1.2-liter four-chamber petroleum motor that creates 54 kW (73.42 PS) at 6,000 rpm and 101 Nm of torque at 3,000 rpm. A CNG choice is accessible. Running on CNG, this motor produces 46 kW (62.54 PS) at 6,000 rpm and 83 Nm of torque at 3,000 rpm. A 5- speed manual transmission sends drive to the wheels.
Notwithstanding STD (traveler) and Tour V variations, Maruti Suzuki offers the Eeco in Care and Cargo variations. All aside from the Care variation are accessible in CNG. Stay tuned to V3cars.com for further updates from Maruti Suzuki.