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Maruti Suzuki SX4 S-Cross and XA Alpha SUV coming next year
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Maruti Suzuki XA Alpha based compact SUV coming by 2015 end

India's largest car manufacturer, Maruti Suzuki will launch the much-anticipated SX4 S-Cross Crossover in the country in January 2015. The company is also planning to launch the refreshed Alto K10 and Dzire in next 2 months. Reports suggest that the ..., 1 day ago

XA Alpha & S-Cross to Get CNG Fuel Option, First Time in India

With the Ciaz taking care of the mid-size sedan segment, Maruti Suzuki is planning to enter the SUV segment with renewed vigor and they have not one but two products that are almost confirmed. The first to come will be the S-Cross crossover, ...
 MotoBash.com1 month ago Maruti Suzuki exploring India's lowest-cost SUV  Livemint.com1 week ago Maruti Suzuki's New 1.5L Diesel Engine Getting Ready; Will NOT Replace Multijet  MotoBash.com3 weeks ago Maruti Ciaz takes on Honda, Hyundai sedans  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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Maruti Suzuki Recalls 69,555 Units of Swift Dzire, Swift and Ritz

India's largest passenger car maker Maruti Suzuki has issued a recall on 69,555 vehicles, manufactured during 8th March 2010 and 11th August 2013. To a surprise, all the recalled vehicles are diesel models and out of which 55,938 units are of old ...
 Business Standard Motoring3 weeks ago MARUTI SUZUKI INDIA : to recall 69,555 vehicles (Old Dzire, Old Swift and Ritz)  4 Traders4 weeks ago Maruti to recall 69,555 diesel cars  Asian Age4 weeks ago Maruti Suzuki to recall 69,555 cars to fix wiring harness issue  Times of India4 weeks ago

Maruti Suzuki to Recall Nearly 70,000 Cars: Full Statement

Maruti Suzuki has said it is calling 69,555 diesel cars due to a potentially faulty wiring harness issue. India's largest carmaker has recalled 55,938 units of old Dzire, 12,486 units of old Swift and 1,131 units of Ritz manufactured between March ...
 NDTV Profit4 weeks ago

Don't panic if your car is recalled, here's what you can do

Customers would not have to pay for the additional repairs to their Brio, Amaze or CR-V, built between September, 2011 and July, 2014, recalled by Honda Cars India to replace faulty airbags.  The Honda dealers will take care of the repairs without charging anything. The auto major has recalled 2,338 cars. How do buyers get to know if their car needs repairs? Those whose cars have been called back can check whether their vehicles would be covered under the recall campaign by submitting a ...
 Rediff.com7 hours ago Honda Recalls Amaze, Brio and CR-V in India  International Business Times India2 days ago Honda recalls 2,338 units of Brio, Amaze, CR-V in India  Financial Chronicle2 days ago

Get the car glitch fixed

With Honda Cars India joining the list of global companies to announce a recall to replace faulty airbags in Brio, Amaze and CR-V built during September 2011- July 14, buyers would be worried if their cars also need the necessary repairs and, if ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago
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Honda Brio to get 1.2l 3 cyl diesel engine

Honda Brio diesel is expected to be launched in 2017 with 1.2l petrol and 1.2l diesel engine. It is estimated that the 1.2 liter three cylinder diesel engine which will mark its debut on the next gen Brio will turn around fortunes for the automaker ...
 Rush Lane1 week ago
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