Friday, August 6, 2010

Maruti to raise its dealership network by 2015

Maruti Suzuki India Limited, the country's leagest auto market leader, is intending to raise its dealership network up to 1500 by the next five years. The company has largest dealership network with 828 sales outlets across the country and is now going to expand wind range of its sales outlets in India. Maruti is trying to identify the socio-economic conditions of a particular area, two-wheeler sales and based on that, work out a strategy to start outlets. He was speaking at the occasion of the launch of the new Maruti Alto in the State of Kerala.

Maruti Alto K10

The company is planning to increase the number of its dealerships to 100 in the state of Kerala in the next five years as against existing 59 outlets. It sells more than 8000 units of its cars per month in this state which includes 2,700 units of Maruti Alto. The second largest selling car in the auto market, is clocking sales of more than 20,000 units per month. With the launch of the new Alto K10 in the auto market, the company now plans to drive even higher volumes of this small sensation.

Maruti Alto K10

The New Alto K10 carries an improved suspension, a new cable type transmission, more knee room for rear seat passengers and superior brake system. The New Alto K10 is available with affordable price tag of Rs 3.02 lakh for LXI and Rs 3.15 lakh for VXI variant(ex-showroom Kochi). On the other hand, Another major auto majors are also planning to introduce their wide range of new cars in the Indian auto marekt including Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, Skoda Yeti, Tata Aria and Hyundai Santa Fe.

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