Every second car sold in India is a Maruti. And a brand you can recommend anybody who wants a good car without the hassles of car ownership. Maruti still has the widest and the best network of service and spares support.

  • Alto

    India's best seller is a fine car, if you're on a budget.

  • Alto 800

    Maruti's idea of cheap transportation. Gets the tried and tested engine and Alto's platform

  • Alto K10

    New engine and transmission mean you can say "Alto" and "performance" in the same sentence.

  • Celerio

    Maruti's latest city runabout, with an automated manual transmission to make life easier

  • Ciaz

    The Maruti SX4 has been replaced with this new mid-sized sedan

  • DZire

    Esteem replacement is a small sedan. A Swift with a boot makes a lot of sense for the price.

  • Eeco

    Don't let the marketing gimmick fool you. The Eeco is a stripped-down Versa at a rock-bottom price.

  • Ertiga

    The Ertiga is a stretched out Swift platform. Clever packaging and a longer wheelbase means this Swift suddenly thinks it's a people-mover.

  • Grand Vitara

    A brand new Vitara that's much more modern in terms of both appearance and driving dynamics.

  • Gypsy

    Tough old goat will go anywhere, but will crack your bones.

  • Omni

    Basic people and cargo carrier.

  • Ritz

    If there ever was a fill it, shut it, forget it car, this is it.

  • S-Cross

    Maruti is trying to break their cheap car impression, here's the first premium offering

  • Swift

    The best Maruti ever. Looks fab, drives well, has two great engines and lots of equipment.

  • SX4

    Suzuki and Fiat came together to develop this car, and it's worth it. Good value, reasonable to drive.

  • Wagon R

    More spacious than its predecessor and much nicer to look at. Definitely for the family man... or woman.

  • Wagon R Duo

    For the small family that has the penchant for eco-friendly fuel and tall-boy designs.