Maruti Suzuki BS 6 Vehicles Sales: Big achievement! 5 lakh cars sold in just 10 months
India's largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki had introduced its first BS6 model in April 2019, nearly a year in-advance from the stipulated deadline.
India's largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki had introduced its first BS6 model in April 2019, nearly a year in-advance from the stipulated deadline. And, now within a short span of 10 months, the carmaker has achieved the feat of 5 lakh BS 6 vehicles sales. Maruti Suzuki has the widest range of 10 BS6 compliant petrol models for customers to choose, says the carmaker.
In a first: 5 lakh in just 10 months
"In a first, Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has clocked cumulative sales of 500,000 BS6 compliant vehicles in mass cars ahead of the mandated timeline. With a philosophy to offer new technology to customers, MSIL is now offering 10 models with BS6 compliant petrol engines," Maruti Suzuki said about clocking 5 lakh sales.
Thanking customers for their overwhelming support to BS6 vehicles, Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director & CEO, MSIL said, “We thank our customers for being early adopters of BS6 technology in our mass offerings. This achievement reaffirms the growth potential of new engines and technologies in India. Early introduction of the BS6 compliant engine in our popular models represents our commitment to the Government’s vision for a clean and green environment.”
The complete range of Maruti Suzuki BS6 compliant petrol models now includes: Alto, Eeco, S-PRESSO, Celerio, WagonR, Swift, Baleno, Dzire, Ertiga and XL6. These contribute nearly 75 % of the Company’s petrol volumes.
It is important to note that effective April 2020, when the mandatory emission norms get implemented, Indian automakers will only be able to sell BS6 compliant vehicles.
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