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Maruti Suzuki Nexa Cars With Discounts Up to Rs 45,000 - The Car Guide

Maruti Suzuki Nexa Cars With Discounts Up to Rs 45,000

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Maruti Suzuki Nexa Cars With Discounts Up to Rs 45,000
11 Sep, 2020

The following is the detailed offerings by the Maruti Suzuki on its Nexa Cars. In order to take make a profitable deal with an additional 'Shradh' scheme Discount one should rush fast to the nearest Nexa Dealers.


The month of September (2020) is now becoming a month of discounts and offers. After getting updates about offerings by many of the automobile companies on its cars, now Maruti Suzuki is providing benefits up to Rs 45,000 on its Nexa cars for the month of September namely – Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Ciaz, Ignis, S-Cross and Maruti Suzuki XL6. These cars have been made available with an additional discount of Rs 5,000 if one purchases it during the ‘Shradh Period’.  The following cars are further explained along with their lucrative discounts.

Maruti Suzuki Baleno

The Maruti Suzuki has put Rs 10,000 as exchange bonus on Baleno and Rs 5,000 as a corporate discount along with a cash discount of Rs 15,000 on all variants except the sigma variant which only receives Rs 10,000 as a discount. The car is powered by a 1.2-litre, K12B petrol engine which produces 83hp or 1.2-litre Dual Jet engine with SHVS mild-hybrid technology, enough to generate 90hp. The car is well equipped and spacious which makes it a tough competitor for Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz and Honda Jazz.

Maruti Suzuki Ciaz

Ciaz comes with a 1.2-litre, petrol engine with brand’s SHVS mild-hybrid technology. This car is a true value for money as it is too spacious and offers a comfortable ride. So, the company decided to give it a cash discount of Rs 10,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 5,000 with an additional exchange bonus of Rs 20,000. It is to bring into your notice that the Ciaz Alpha manual variant does not receive any cash discount but one can avail any other offer apart from it. Moreover, this car is currently the rival of other midsize sedans like Skoda Rapid, Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento and Honda City.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis

Next dealers are currently offering a cash discount of Rs 20,000 on all the variants of Ignis apart from the Zeta which receives only Rs 10,000 as a discount. Also, buyers are further eligible for Rs 15,000 as exchange bonus and Rs 5,000 as a corporate discount. This car got launched with a facelift version earlier this year (2020) where not many of the changes were noticed.  This car got a BS6 compliant 1.2-litre petrol engine that can produce 83hp.

Maruti Suzuki S-Cross

During the last month (August 2020), the Maruti Suzuki launched the latest petrol variant of S-Cross which has now replaced the diesel variant. Now, buyers are left with an only option of 1.5-litre, naturally aspirated K15B ‘Petrol Engine’ which is enough to power 105hp and 138 Nm of peak torque. This car has now made available with only Rs 5,000 as corporate discount and Rs 5,000 under the festive ‘Shradh’ scheme. Being the latest launched car, the company has decided to give the above-mentioned discounts despite cash and exchange benefits. The Maruti Suzuki S-Cross is currently a rival for Hyundai Creta, Nissan Kicks, Kia Seltos and Renault Duster.

Maruti Suzuki XL6

Maruti Suzuki XL6 is a six-seater luxurious car with captain seats in the middle row which takes on to the Maruti’s Ertiga MPV. This car receives a 105hp, 1.5-litre- petrol engine with Maruti’s SHVS mild-hybrid technology. Currently, it is available with a price of Rs 20,000 as an exchange bonus and Rs 5,000 as a corporate discount. It has plenty of attractive features in it like black wheels, all-black cabin, new headlights, the black cladding and many more. Despite being available in diesel and automatic version, the car grabs the attention through its spacious and comfortable interiors.

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