Maruti Suzuki sits pretty with almost half of the Indian car market share, with the actual figure hovering around 44 per cent. The company manages to sell nearly a lakh units each month which is just awesome!
By now most of you would be aware about the flunking of Datsun GO and Maruti Suzuki Swift in the recent Global NCAP crash tests. Now, Max Mosley, Chariman of Global NCAP, has written to Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and CEO of Nissan, to immediately withdraw the Datsun GO from the Indian, Indonesian, and Philippines car markets.
The much awaited Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift has been launched in India at a starting price of Rs 4.42 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi), which puts the base petrol variant at the exact same price as of the outgoing version. Although mechanically the same, the car sports a few cosmetic changes and goody upgrades.
Yes the facelifted Swift has been making news for sometime. The car has been selling like hot cakes right from day one and it still features in the top three selling cars in the country month after month. In an update, demo units of the new Swift have been spied by Gaadiwaadi.com guys yet again at Maruti’s stockyards…
If there is one hatch that defies all logics and sensibilities, that has to be Maruti’s Swift. It has been an insane seller for many years now.