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Maruti Suzuki

  • India’s biggest car maker
  • About 50 per cent market share in passenger vehicle segment during FY18
  • Highest ever sale of about 1.78 million in FY18
  • Standalone Total Income of Rs 66,254 crore (US$ 9.18 billion) during April-December 2018

Maruti Suzuki India Limited, subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, is India’s biggest car maker with more than 50 per cent market share in the passenger vehicles segment during 2017-18. The company recorded its highest ever sale in FY18 of about 1,779,574 units. During April-December 2018, the company recorded revenue of Rs 66,254 crore (US$ 9.18 billion).

Company Website: www.marutisuzuki.com

Maruti Suzuki - Way of Life

2018 Market leader in the passenger vehicles segment and held around 54 per cent market share in the segment in November 2018. The company crossed its cumulative production milestone of four million two wheelers from its Gurugram-based plant.
2016 Exported first ‘Made in India’ car to Japan.
2012 Ranked first in India in customer satisfaction for the 13th time in a row.
2008 Launched ‘A-Star’, world’s fifth strategic models. It also Launched National Road Safety Programme in the same year.
2005 Ranked 91st in Forbs list of World’s top 200 Most reputed Companies. Ranked 7th in the automotive sector.
2001 Entered into pre-owned cars segment. Opened True Value, its first pre-owned cars outlet, in Bangalore.
2000 The first car company in India to start a customer care centre. The company was awarded ‘Highest Exporter Award’
1996 Launched India’s first 24 hours on-road service.
1993 Launched India’s first hatchback car, ‘Zen’.
1991 Received the 1991 Corporate Performance Award by the Economic Times - Harvard Business School Association.
1990 Maruti Suzuki launched India’s first luxury car, Maruti 1000.
1984 Maruti Suzuki launched Omni – a multi-purpose car.
1983 The company was incorporated with the launch of iconic Maruti 800. First batch of Maruti Suzuki cars was assembled.

 

Updated: April, 2019

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