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Maruti Suzuki aims to improve upon own FY17 performance

The company is set to bid the current financial year adieu with a growth rate of about 11%

Ajay Modi  |  New Delhi 

Maruti Suzuki, the country’s largest car maker, is drawing up an aggressive strategy for another year of double-digit growth in the domestic market.  The company is set to bid the current financial year adieu with a growth rate of about 11 per cent in domestic sales on the back of products like Baleno and Brezza. The car manufacturer, which commands a 47 per cent share in the domestic passenger vehicle market, has seen an easing of capacity constraint after parent Suzuki inaugurated its plant in Gujarat last month. “Our recent models like Baleno and ...

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Maruti Suzuki aims to improve upon own FY17 performance

The company is set to bid the current financial year adieu with a growth rate of about 11%

Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest car maker, is drawing up an aggressive strategy for another year of double-digit growth in the domestic market. The company is set to bid the current financial year adieu with a growth rate of about 11 per cent in domestic sales on the back of products like Baleno and Brezza.The car manufacturer, which commands a 47 per cent share in the domestic passenger vehicle market, has seen an easing of capacity constraint after parent Suzuki inaugurated its plant in Gujarat last month."Our recent models like Baleno and Brezza are doing well. The network, including Nexa, is healthy and growing. The Gujarat plant will improve product availability. FY18 will be an important year in our medium-term goal of 2 million vehicle sales by 2020. Like in the past four-five years, we want to do better than the market next year," said Kenichi Ayukawa, managing director, Maruti Suzuki India.Maruti plans to launch two new models in FY18. The sustained demand for existing .. Maruti Suzuki, the country’s largest car maker, is drawing up an aggressive strategy for another year of double-digit growth in the domestic market.  The company is set to bid the current financial year adieu with a growth rate of about 11 per cent in domestic sales on the back of products like Baleno and Brezza. The car manufacturer, which commands a 47 per cent share in the domestic passenger vehicle market, has seen an easing of capacity constraint after parent Suzuki inaugurated its plant in Gujarat last month. “Our recent models like Baleno and ... image
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Maruti Suzuki aims to improve upon own FY17 performance

The company is set to bid the current financial year adieu with a growth rate of about 11%

Maruti Suzuki, the country’s largest car maker, is drawing up an aggressive strategy for another year of double-digit growth in the domestic market.  The company is set to bid the current financial year adieu with a growth rate of about 11 per cent in domestic sales on the back of products like Baleno and Brezza. The car manufacturer, which commands a 47 per cent share in the domestic passenger vehicle market, has seen an easing of capacity constraint after parent Suzuki inaugurated its plant in Gujarat last month. “Our recent models like Baleno and ...

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