Maruti Suzuki India Private Limited.



Maruti Udyog limited established in 1981.  First production commenced in 1983 Gurgaon, India  Competed to Hindustan motors by launching Maruti 800 in 1984.  On 17th September,2001 Maruti Udyog was renamed to Maruti Suzuki India Limited.  It is subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation of Japan.  Maruti has more than 5 million satisfied customers in India

Maruti has a network of 391 sales outlets across 230 cities all over India.  The service network covers 1,113 towns and cities, bolstered by 2,142 authorized service outlets  The company's change in strategy and emphasis on developing effective marketing communications was their highlights.  Chairman : Mr. R. C Bhargava  CEO : Shinzo Nakanishi

Brands of Maruti Suzuki Pvt. Ltd.
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Historious car is Maruti 800 Maruti 800 - Launched 1983 - Largest selling car in India, until 2004 - cheapest car in India. (P) “Change ur life” Omni – 1984, 2 Face-Lifts(P) “Fits all” Gypsy – 1985 (P) “King” Wagon-R – 1999, 2 Face-Lifts.(P)”For the smtr race” Alto – 2000, Currently the largest selling car in India. 1 Face-Lift.(P) “Lets go” Versa(2003-) (P) “The joy for travelling together” Zen Estilo(2005-) (P) “ Shape ur world” Swift 1 very small face-lift(2005) (P & D) you’re the


Maruti Suzuki SX4 (May 2007- ) (P & D) “Men are back” Suzuki Grand Vitara Sports Utility Vehicle - July 2007. Imported(P) “Play it your way” Maruti DZiRE Sedan Version of swift - March 2008 (P & D) “The heart car” Suzuki Alto (Sold in India as the Maruti A-Star) Launched in 2008 December. “Stop @ nothing” Suzuki Splash Ritz “Live the Moment”  

Models of 2009
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Car models

M 800 1984









Attracting Customers by…

Three compact car models - Alto, WagonR, and Zen -- competing with Hyundai Santro, Tata Indica, and Fiat Palio.

In 2003,to attract customers Maruti launched novel offers like "Change Your Life" campaign.

It also offered vehicle insurance for just -‘Rupee One only‘

Their Pride
The sales figure in 1993 reached up to 1,96,820 vehicles.  The company produced one million vehicles in March 1994.

-“The first Indian Company to cross this milestone”.

Maruti Suzuki, has sold 7,64,842 vehicles in 2007-08, an increase of 13.3% compared to 6,74,924 vehicles sold in 2006-07.  Their sales in the domestic market during march 2008 is 64,421 units.  Wagon R and Zen were ranked first and third in the premium compact segment.

Strategy of “Winning”
Maruti is clearly an “employer of choice” for automotive engineers and young managers from across the country. Nearly 75,000 .  People are employed directly by Maruti and its partners.  Maruti Suzuki sales is 75,109 vehicles in June 2009. This is the highest ever monthly export volume in the company's history.  The company had sold a total of 61,247 vehicles in June 2008.  Maruti’s turnover rose 14.28 percent to Rs.21,453.86 crore last fiscal from Rs.18,773.27 crore the year before.

Why do customer likes Maruti?
Ø Maruti ranked highest in customer satisfaction with after-sales service. ü True value ü Driving school ü Authorized service station ü Insurance (2OO2) ü Genuine accessories

Distributor network brand loyalty, Japan technology and Service distribution  After sales service  Cost-effective  Low maintenance  Indian middle-class  Low price,  High fuel efficiency,

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Low Resale value Low engine capacity.

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High end car segment Overseas market Improve handling Add extra features to small segment cars Attracting youth Export small cars

Yet another unbeatable PRIDE is…

India's Corps of Military Police personnel patrolling the Wagah border crossing in the Punjab in a Muruti Gypsy.

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Fuel price Foreign brands Price high of raw material Small car competition

Key competitors
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Tata Motors Hyundai Ford FIAT General Motors Honda

Future Plan
Fourth assembly plant will be scaled up to produce 3,00,000 cars a year by 2010. NEXT SUPERSTAR Suzuki Cervo'sport a Suzuki 660cc engine - as against Nano's 623cc - and wear a tag of around Rs 1.5 lakh on road.


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