September brings more bad news for economy.
The S-Presso is meant to be Maruti Suzuki’s entry-level car into the world of SUVs and will be placed slightly higher than the Maruti Suzuki Alto
The S-Presso will use the Alto K10 and WagonR’s 1.0-litre petrol engine, albeit in a BS6 compliant state
Will the cross-hatch design of the S-Presso be any good against the Kwid?
Some of the styling cues will remind you of the Mini Cooper! Take a look.
The two companies have for months been structuring the deal to create a new entity in which Ford will hold a 49 per cent stake.
The new prices will be applicable from September 25, 2019, across the country.
August domestic sales at Maruti Suzuki fell 34.3 per cent, one of the biggest monthly drops in sales in recent times.
The S-Presso will be offered with a BS6 compliant 1.0-litre petrol engine.
These tax cuts will have tremendous positive effect. We will soon see a turnaround, said Godrej Group Chairman Adi Godrej.