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Maruti Suzuki launches Monsoon Care Campaign for its customers

Nizam Shaikh
Written by Nizam Shaikh

Maruti Suzuki India Limited has launched its Monsoon Care Campaign for Maruti Suzuki customers across India offering complimentary monsoon check-ups for their vehicles, inspected by trained technicians with a predefined checklist to ensure a safe drive during the monsoon season ensuring the safety of the customer by minimising the risk of breakdowns especially in tough and uncertain times of the pandemic. 

The Monsoon Care Campaign will run till 31 July 2020 and places special importance on parts and that need attention to ensure safety such as wiper blades, brake pads, rust smash, brake-fluid, AC evaporator cleaner and rain repellant among others. The brand also encourages its customers to use Maruti Suzuki Genuine Parts and Accessories to optimise performance and durability as they are engineered for Maruti Suzuki cars. 

The brand has, in the past, announced its Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and resumption guidelines for its workshops in view of safety of its customers, staff and dealer partners from the COVID-19 / CoronaVirus. The new resumption guidelines will be employed on all the service centres that have started operation with permissions from local law enforcement. 

The brand has also trained more than 80,000 staff on the new safety guidelines and the workshop staff is being monitored for their health by recording their health parameters through dedicated wellness app which works in conjunction with the Govt. Aarogya Setu app to track the health of all workshop personnel. 

The brand has also shared its sales performance for the month of June 2020 and the company has registered 57,428 units in June 2020 which includes 52,300 units sold in the domestic market and 839 units to another OEM. In addition to this, the brand has also exported 4,289 units in the month of June 2020. 

It is important to note that the sales performance during June 2020 should be seen in the context of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns and restrictions required for safety.