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Maruti Suzuki Annual Service Festival Starts

Maruti Suzuki Annual Service Festival Starts

Snapshot: This unique scheme entitles the customers to avail offers on extended warranty, parts, and accessories and complimentary dry wash for their cars.

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Maruti Suzuki has started its annual ‘Service Festival’ from October 10th – November 11th, 2018 at its authorized dealerships across the country. The initiative is aimed to delight customers and enhance satisfaction, thereby developing valuable relationships with the customers. The customers driving in to the Maruti Suzuki authorized dealerships during this festive period will have access to the ‘scratch and win vouchers’ offering a host of attractive discounts and special offers.

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Speaking about the initiative, Mr. Partho Banerjee, Executive Director (Service) Maruti Suzuki India said, “With customer delight at the core of our business strategy, the Service Festival is a perfect platform to establish strong connect with our customers across India and be a part of their celebrations. This initiative will benefit customers in maintaining their vehicle health with special offers and complimentary services. We are confident that the initiative will be cherished by the customers and will surely add to their festive joy.” This unique scheme entitles the customers to avail offers on extended warranty, parts, and accessories and complimentary dry wash for their cars.

Recently, the all-new Maruti Suzuki DZire touched the 3 Lakh units sales milestone in just 17 months since its launch in May 2017. Moreover, the Eeco also crossed the 5 Lakh units sales mark since its introduction in the Indian market. The company also started the testing process of electric vehicles as it has committed to launch an electric car by 2020 in India. The prototype EVs were flagged off from Maruti’s Gurugram facility by Mr. CV Raman, Senior Executive Director (Engineering). The electric vehicle prototypes have been developed exclusively by Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan and built at Maruti Suzuki, Gurugram facility, as a part of Make in India initiative.

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