With the restrictions being eased upon, many showrooms have come back on production. This is a piece of hopeful news in this realm of crisis. This also enables Maruti Suzuki to resume its work. This has taken effect in 1350 showrooms and 300 True value outlets all over India. All the steps have been taken in accordance with the guidelines of the government. More of this good news, this step has enabled the Maruti Suzuki to deliver over 5000 cars to its customers all over India. The models which have been delivered include Maruti’s Arena showrooms and the premium Nexa dealership.
It is noted that The Arena offers the Alto, Celerio, Celerio X, Wagon R, Swift, S-Presso, Dzire, Vitara Brezza, Eeco, and Ertiga, while the Nexa offers the Baleno, Ciaz, Ignis, and XL6.
Also, in order to increase safety and prevent the pandemic and corona crisis, a new standard operating procedure is also put into effect by Maruti in their workspace and all its facilities. These mainly include the top class rules such as regular sanitization of the space, goods, facility, and workers. Also, there is strict maintenance of social distancing.
Along with these, our sources confirm new launches as well. The Maruti is planning on launching the S cross. Talking of the S cross, it comes with a 1.5-liter petrol engine, but only once the lockdown ends. There is also a new surprise for the buyers. They will be able to choose between the automatic and manual gearboxes as well. This is due to the mild-hybrid tech to aid fuel efficiency.