History of Maruti Suzuki Cars


Maruti Udyog Limited was founded by the Government of India in 1981. only to merge with the Japanese automobile company Suzuki in October 1982. Read this blog to know more about the history of maruti suzuki cars in Automobile industry

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The Suzuki Motor Corporation (1909 - present)


A Japanese multinational corporation headquartered in Minami-ku, Hamamatsu. Suzuki manufactures automobiles, four-wheel-drive vehicles, motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), outboard marine engines, wheelchairs and a variety of other small internal combustion engines.

The company started as a loom company in 1909. As a part of diversification, they started manufacturing small personal vehicles but were stopped at the time of the first world war. After the war, Suzuki started producing 2 stroke engines for motorcycles and then 4 stroke engines become the key focus. By 1961 they started the first automobile division.

Maruti Udyog Limited


Maruti Udyog Limited was formed on 24th February 1981 by taking over Erstwhile Maruti Ltd formed in 1971. In October 1982 MUL signed a joint venture with Suzuki Motor Corporation of Japan. The main objective of MUL was to manufacture economical and fuel-efficient personal vehicles for people and to modernize the automobile industry. Maruti 800, which was a revolution was launched in December 1984.

The collaboration - Maruti Suzuki



Suzuki had a share of 26% during the initial time and later it increased to 40 % by 1987. In 1992 Suzuki acquired 50.25% of the share and 14th May 2002 gained the majority by 54.2 %.

The dealership network


Maruti Suzuki is one of the largest dealership networks in the automobile sector in India. The company is targeting 4000 outlets by 2020 and is at the brim of achieving it. Out of the network Indus Motors- an authorized Maruti dealer in Kerala with more than 145 outlets is the top seller of Maruti Suzuki cars in India for the last 13 years.

The car's history of Maruti Suzuki


Maruti Suzuki has been keeping the trust of its customers for the last 36 years, unchallenging from 1983. Maruti 800 was the firstborn from the collaboration and S-presso is the last one introduced and many more are in line. To date, 33 models hit Indian roads and all the time people of India welcomed them full-heartedly. 20 models were discontinued and have 13 running models. Maruti Suzuki is always keen on delivering the most popular models for the customers with updates to meet the requirements and standards of the current time. Many popular models were reintroduced into the Indian market with more efficiency and outfit changes. Alto, Baleno and Wagon R are some of the famous models which were continued with the timely changes

Let us have a quick sneak peek on the models

Future


From April 2020, as per the Indian government, all new vehicles sold should meet BS6 norms. Maruti Suzuki is one of the top manufacturers to manufacture and deliver BS6 compliant cars on Indian roads as to kick start the movement. Maruti always welcomed the new changes and improved delivered efficient and economical cars for Indian customers. This gives Maruti extra mileage and has more than 50% market share.

Looking up to the future, Maruthi already had 6 plus cars with BS6 engines and had a line up of mild hybrid cars. Maruti Suzuki strongly believes hybrid cars are the best transformation way to electric cars as government plans to change all conventional vehicles to change to electric versions.
Currently, there are a lot of challenges for a sudden change to the electric version with efficient and economical affordability. Maruti had joined hands with Toyota to develop and share the best technologies for future cars.


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