The automobile market indian is one of the largest of the world. This is already what we know, but what you may not know a lot of people is that (as happens in Japan with the kei car), the majority of cars that are sold in the country are those that measure less than 4 meters long. This is so because the government of India has decided that in order to avoid great congestion in the traffic and that pollution levels increase exponentially are selling this type of vehicles that are smaller and more energy efficient.
Following the precepts of the market, Suzuki and his filial hindu Maruti, have dominated with an iron hand this complex market. However, it has not been until have entered the scene other rival brands, Suzuki has realised that they have to change certain products to remain leaders in the country. The firm of which we speak is neither more nor less than the French Renault and the car is getting pupa to the house is japanese the Kwid.
The small urban Renault has achieved in a very short time to sell more than 100,000 units, and that means that its success is resounding. So strong has been its impact that the Maruti Alto, the vehicle most sold in the country, has seen its sales down in more than twenty thousand units per year. Therefore, in order to put a stop to this bleeding of sales in the direction of Suzuki have thought to launch a model of cutting SUV that helps them to face up to the more modern, Kwid.
As reported by the japanese firm, the idea is to launch a vehicle cutting SUV, as the Maruti Alto belongs to another segment of the market and seems not to meet the demands in terms of design of the new consumers. Following this criterion the model to file it will take many traits of design and style of the Suzuki Crosshiker Concept (the one that you have in the header image).
in Addition to all this, it is more than likely that with the commercial launch of this new model the range of engines will see enhanced. If so, Maruti could brand-new blocks gasoline of 800 cubic centimeters up to the liter displacement, all this with the powers contained in order to avoid large tax burdens.
Source – Suzuki