Upto Rs 54,000 Discount On Maruti Alto, S-Presso, Swift, Vitara Brezza This July (Full Details!)

The festive season in India might be far away and we also might not have recovered completely from the second deadly wave coronavirus. But that does not mean that we need to be all gloomy. Because Maruti Suzuki is doing their best to bring joy to the face of Indians. The company has recently launched some whooping discounts for the Indian Consumer Market. Here we bring you all the details of discounts at your fingertips.

Let’s get into the nitty-gritty of the discounts.

Discounts for the classic ones

Maruti Alto and S-Presso are available in both petrol and CNG variants. Petrol variants of both cars will be offered at Rs. 25000 discounts and CNG variants will be offered discounts of Rs. 10000. Both cars are also eligible for an exchange discount of Rs. 15000 and corporate discounts of Rs.3000, regardless of the variant you opt to buy.

Maruti Swift has also won the hearts of Indian Consumers for years now. And with more discounts on the same model the company is trying to further its market share. A cash discount of Rs.10000 will be offered on LXI Trim, while for VXI Trim the discount is worth Rs. 30000. For ZXI and ZXI Plus trims, the cash discount is worth Rs.15000. For any variant of Maruti swift, an exchange bonus of Rs.20000 is offered, while a corporate discount of Rs.4000 is also offered on the same. And if you are wondering if the discounts offered are available to facelift and pre-facelift models, worry no more, the discounts will be offered on both versions of the car.

New Cars also get heavy discounts

Vitara Brezza has roped in a lot of accolades in the segment of compact SUVs. And in the current torrent of discounts, the car has also been endowed with a massive discount. Fort Vita Brezza cash discount of Rs. 15000 is offered. The car is also eligible for an exchange bonus of Rs.20000 and a corporate discount of Rs. 5000 is also available.

With this fury of discounts, the company is hoping to revive the demand in the market and turn around the pandemic-induced sluggish performance of the sector.

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