Maruti Suzuki Launches 'Dream Series' Limited Edition for Small Cars

Maruti Suzuki is launching a special 'Dream Series' for its small cars. This includes the Alto K10, S-Presso, and Celerio models. The series is priced at INR 4.99 lakhs (ex-showroom). Each model in this series has improved features and a better driving experience.

Customers can now book their preferred Dream Series Limited Edition model. This special offer is only available till June. But it may continue if customers want it. The limited edition has more features. These include reverse parking aids and advanced infotainment systems. These features are meant to give users a better driving experience.

Partho Banerjee, a top executive at MSIL, said this is a rare chance. He said their goal is to provide useful features that customers want. Banerjee also talked about the strategic pricing of Rs 4.99 lakhs. This price matches the local RTO registration costs, which often change at Rs 5 lakhs. This makes the car affordable for potential buyers.

Maruti Suzuki has made some changes. They have a new special edition called the Dream Series Limited Edition. The company has also lowered prices on Automatic Gear Shift (AGS) versions of 9 models. These include Alto K10, S-Presso, Celerio, Wagon-R, Maruti Suzuki Swift, Swift Dzire, Baleno, Fronx, and Ignis. The price cuts are INR 5,000 per car. These changes are to make Maruti Suzuki cars more affordable and attractive to more customers in the small car market.

The Dream Series Limited Edition has been launched by Maruti Suzuki. They have also reduced the prices of AGS variants. This shows Maruti Suzuki's commitment to satisfying customers and innovating. They want their vehicles to be top choices for Indian consumers. These vehicles provide reliable, feature-rich, and affordable transportation solutions.

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