Maruti – the name itself evokes a lot of “emotions”. For Indians, at least Maruti 800 has long served as the quintessential go-to car carrying us through the trickiest of alleys and the roughest of terrains with grand ease. Our nineties – quite frankly- were incomplete without complete reverence for this car. The car phased out with the passage of time but Maruti itself continued to astound us.
In fact, one of the main reasons why we would be looking forward to 2018 Auto Expo is this brand itself. Documented below is a line-up of cars that Maruti is going to showcase here.
Next Gen Maruti Suzuki Swift
Those who have been a part of the Tokyo Motor Show held in the recent past will vouch for the sportier version of Swift. Car connoisseurs are equally excited about the Indian counterpart. The Indian model will likely be similar in terms of looks of the one that has already been showcased in Tokyo. The engines are all poised to provide 1.3 liters petrol and 1.2 liters of diesel. The brand is expected to come out with a sportier version of Swift with RS badging.
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz Facelift
Thanks to so many rivals jumping the “facelift” bandwagon, even Maruti has brought out the new avatar of Ciaz as well. The new model is all set to have a sleeker frame with the same engine capacity as that of its earlier version.
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga
Reports of Maruti Suzuki India testing an updated Ertiga MPV have been doing the rounds for quite a while now. Well. Auto Expo 2018 might as well be the end of your wait as you go on to witness the all-new Ertiga with its 1.5-liter diesel engine.
Maruti Suzuki Entry-Level Hatchback Concept
Maruti is clearly walking the Hyundai way. Even Hyundai is reportedly in the process of testing its hatchback model before presenting it at the Expo. So, there’s no reason why Maruti should be left behind. As per reports, the new entry-level model is likely to appeal to new-age car buyers.
Maruti Grand Vitara
As per reports, the much-loved Vitara moniker is poised to stage a comeback at the Auto Expo 2018. There are strong suggestions indicating that the car will borrow its powertrain options from S-Cross—1.6 liter diesel unit.