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Maruti Suzuki launches campaign to promote use of Genuine Parts & Accessories

Written by Nayak

Maruti Suzuki has announced a new initiative called #ChooseGenuine. As part of this, they are promoting the usage and importance of genuine parts and accessories. Furthermore, this initiative will also aim to provide Maruti Suzuki car owners with easy accessibility of the parts to ensure good health and upkeep of the cars.

Why Use Only Genuine Parts And Accessories?

The main reason is the quality and engineering involved. Maruti Suzuki mentioned that all its parts get the best fitment based on the car model and trim. This ensures optimal performance, thus providing the customers with some peace of mind in terms of reliability. All these add up to give a secure and hassle-free driving experience. Customers can choose their wide range of Maruti Suzuki Genuine Parts via Accessories via Maruti Suzuki’s official website.

Other Updates

There are rumours that claim that S-Cross will soon go into the history books. The sales have been low as per Maruti Suzuki standards, and hence the company might pull the plug soon. In addition to this, Maruti Suzuki’s upcoming mid-size SUV will get some room with S-Cross no longer available.

Maruti Suzuki Brezza 2022 will come into being very soon. We have had enough of spy shots of the SUVs till now. All these hints compel us to conclude that Brezza 2022 will arrive very soon. Interestingly, Maruti Suzuki will drop the ‘Vitara’ name from the model. As a part of the update, we will see minor design changes and more kit on the inside.

India’s largest carmaker will soon have a new manufacturing facility. This will come up in Haryana. As of 13th May, the company has already completed the process of allotment with Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Development Corporation Limited. The total area of the land spans 800-acre, and the unit will have an annual capacity of 250,000 vehicles. There’s also space for setting up more manufacturing plants in the future.

Also Read: Maruti Suzuki could discontinue S-Cross in 2022.