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Whoa! Maruti Suzuki gets 5,000 New Bookings Post Lockdown.

Major car brands have resumed operations in India. The latest news is from Maruti Suzuki post lockdown. 2020 has been a bad year for the Indian automotive industry. The industry reported 0 sales in the month of April 2020. With the lockdown easing up, the industry is beginning to revive. Maruti Suzuki has already received 5000 bookings post lockdown! No doubt April 2020 was a month that no one from the Indian auto industry would like to remember but things are now getting better as people have started to accept the fact that this virus will be a part of our lives for long.

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Maruti Suzuki is taking a variety of measures post lockdown to ensure that the cars are delivered safely to the customers. The touch-free experience remains the prime concern whereas they are also sanitising the showrooms and other premises regularly. Maruti Suzuki just confirmed the booking number. 5,000 people have booked Maruti Suzuki cars for themselves. This is surely a great figure considering the overall situation our country is going through. Maruti Suzuki’s Manesar facility has started operating with limited workforce and has dispatched 2,300 cars till now.

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Maruti Suzuki has laid down Standard Operating Procedures post lockdown. All the dealerships and people associated with the brand anyhow will have to follow these strictly. A key point to know here is that if you go for a test drive, the seat will be covered with a disposable plastic which will be replaced after you finish your drive! Many other automakers in India have now resumed operations and are now dependent on the online modes of bookings to achieve the sale number. Will the online car purchasing process be a success in India? MSIL has gained good numbers but will this work out for luxury car makers like Mercedes? Let’s see!

Vishal Khanna
Vishal Khanna
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