111 units of the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso delivered to customers in Srinagar, along with assured gifts
Srinagar- Maruti Suzuki on Wednesday carried out a mega delivery of 111 S-Pressos on a single day at the ‘S-Presso Grand Delivery Fest’ in Srinagar, J&K.
“The Maruti Suzuki sales and service network in Srinagar made the occasion of the mega delivery campaign memorable for customers with assured gifts. 3 lucky customers were also declared winners of the Bumper Prize for the event and took home LED TVs,” said a statement.
Maruti Suzuki’s dealer partners Highland Auto, Jamkash Vehicleades, Kashmir Pvt. Ltd. and Peaks Auto Pvt. Ltd. were part of the S-Presso Grand Delivery Fest. The dealership network has been instrumental in establishing the presence and success of Maruti Suzuki in the region.
Launched in September of 2019, the Maruti Suzuki S-Presso has received great customer acceptance. Within a short span of nearly three years, Maruti Suzuki has sold over 2,02,500 units of the S-Presso. On the 18th of July 2022, Maruti Suzuki introduced the new S-Presso. The car is equipped with a new 1.0-litre K-series Dual Jet, Dual VVT engine with Idle Start-Stop technology. The new engine ensures an excellent fuel-efficiency of up to 25.30 km/l in the AGS version. The new S-Presso features enhanced comfort and safety features. Built on the Heartect platform, the S-Presso features ESP with Hill Hold Assist across all AGS variants and electrically adjustable ORVMs (Outside Rear View Mirror) on the Vxi+/Vxi+(O) variants. These features are especially beneficial for S-Presso customers in navigating the hilly terrain of the region.
Maruti Suzuki’s wide range of product offerings including hatchbacks, premium hatchbacks, sedans, SUVs and MUVs cater to the varied needs of different types of customers. Maruti Suzuki has a total of 58 sales outlets in J&K. Backing up the sales network is the company’s service network in the region that comprises of 54 workshops and 27 body shops.
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