- Maruti Suzuki offers a complimentary ‘Summer Ready Vehicle Health Check’
- Customers can avail free vehicle check across all Maruti Suzuki authorized service station
Country’s largest car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki today introduced a free ‘Summer Ready Vehicle Health Check’ for its customers across the country, where this after-sales campaign is aimed to provide extensive care of all Maruti Suzuki car owners for their safe, convenient driving with a hassle-free experience, this season. All customers can avail this free of cost across all authorized dealership workshop.
With scorching heat soaring day by day, where brand knows that every car needs more care compared to regular weather, so the homegrown car maker has come up with this service camp, where customers can avail general check-up or in other words a detailed inspection and functioning of their car. The ‘Summer Ready Vehicle Health Check’ commences from April 15 till April 30, 2019, at all Maruti Suzuki authorized after-sales station.
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Commenting on this, Maruti Suzuki’s Executive Director (Service), Mr Partho Banerjee said that over 50,000 vehicles are serviced in an everyday routine at company’s authorized dealership’s service station. With the beginning summer season, it is necessary to take care of the air conditioner as well as the electrical system, as the need for these feature increase significantly. The service camp is focused to avoid any inconvenience for the owners and benefited by this camp at the same time.
Maruti Suzuki has over 2200 dealer workshops to serve country’s diversified buyers, where, in the year 2018, around 2.2 lakh customers were benefited with Summer Fit Vehicle Health Check Up Camp in India. That apart, Maruti Suzuki will soon launch a new variant of Baleno premium hatchback with a new 1.2L DualJet engine and the said engine is likely to be introduced in other Maruti models as well in the coming future. The 1.2L DualJet engine first served on the international version of the previous Swift in 2015.