India’s largest automobile manufacturer Maruti Suzuki India Limited has recently announced that they have sold delivered over 5,000 vehicles post the Coronavirus lockdown relaxations.
Not only that post the lockdown 4.0 relaxations, but Maruti has also opened over 1,300 showrooms and over 300 of its True Value outlets in order to get in some sales. As a precautionary measure, MSIL has also rolled our certain guidelines for its workshops and service centres. Additionally, the brand has also started production in its Manesar based plant
Speaking on the implemented guidelines Managing Director and CEO, MSIL, Kenichi Ayukawa said: “We are happy to serve the customers, who were waiting to drive home their favourite car. The company has put in place comprehensive to ensure that their car buying experience is completely safe. These norms are based on guideline given by the state and the Central government. We would like to encourage our customers to digitally choose and book their cars and take advantage of the convenience of getting their car home-delivered.”
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He added: “Maruti Suzuki is committed to taking every possible effort to ensure the safety of customers visiting the service centres. With Social Distancing as the new normal, we encourage our customers to avail convenience and safety of doorstep services such as ‘Service on Wheels’ and ‘Pick and Drop’. With these service initiatives, customers need not step out of their homes for car servicing.”0