New Delhi sources have stated that country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki may have a plethora of products from entry level hatchback to a crossover but only a few products have been made it to the top and stood like the pillar in the overall growth of the company.
Meanwhile when speaking on the success of the Dzire, RS Kalsi, and senior executive director said “The third generation Dzire has created disruption in the market, despite new products in the competition".
Moreover the company claims with the launch of the third generation Dzire,
it has attracted more affluent buyers, which have the average monthly household
income to Rs 78,000, when compared to the old Dzire where the average monthly
house income accounted to Rs 59,000.
Maruti is confident in adding more volumes in next 12 to 18 months Pune sources have stated that the country's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India plans to introduce around four new products in the next 12 to 18 months to build further on five years of successive double digit sales growth. Meanwhile the company expects to close the ongoing fiscal with double digit sales growth.
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