The Maruti Nexa chain, unlike the Arena, is known for its premiumly priced cars which do not answer to the question, “Kitna Deti Hai?” As all the car manufacturers in India are giving some form of discount for the upcoming festive season, Maruti Nexa too has some tricks up its sleeve. Maruti Nexa includes Ignis, Ciaz, S-Cross, Baleno and XL6. Find out below about the Maruti Nexa Discounts for October 2020.
|Model||Cash Discount||Pre-Navratri Booking offer||Exchange bonus||Corporate Discounts||Total Benefits|
|Ignis||Sigma- Up to Rs. 25,000||Up to Rs. 5000||Up to Rs. 15,000||Up to Rs. 5000||Sigma- Up to Rs. 50,000|
|Delta- Up to Rs. 20,000||Delta- Up to Rs. 45,000|
|Zeta- Up to Rs. 10,000||Zeta- Up to Rs. 35,000|
|Alpha- Up to Rs. 20,000||Alpha- Up to Rs. 45,000|
|Baleno||Sigma- Up to Rs. 15,000||Up to Rs. 5000||Up to Rs. 10,000||Up to Rs. 5000||Up to Rs. 35,000|
|Other variants- Up to Rs. 10,000|
|S-Cross Petrol||–||–||–||–||Up to Rs. 72,000|
|XL6||None||Up to Rs. 5000||Up to Rs. 20,000||Up to Rs. 5000||Up to Rs.30,000|
|Ciaz||Up to Rs 10,000||Up to Rs. 5000||Up to Rs. 20,000||Up to Rs. 10,000||Up to Rs. 45,000|
The Maruti Ignis is Nexa’s entry-level car. It costs between Rs. 4.89 lakh to Rs. 7.27 lakh. It is available in 6 variants and comes with a 1197cc BS6 petrol engine with both manual and automatic transmission options. It competes against Tata Tiago, Hyundai Santro, Maruti WagonR.
The premium hatchback segment was created by the Hyundai Elite i20 but was ruled by the Maruti Baleno since launch. The Maruti Baleno costs between Rs.5.70 lakh to Rs.9.03 lakh. It is available in 9 variant options and comes with the same 1197cc BS6 petrol engine with both manual and CVT transmission. There is also a DualJet version which is more performance-friendly. It competes against Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz and Maruti Swift.
Maruti S-Cross Petrol
The Maruti S-Cross when launched only came with a Diesel engine. Now only a single 1462cc BS6 petrol engine with manual and automatic transmission is available. It comes in 7 variant options to choose from. Its dimensions are also lower than the sub-compact SUV standards and look more like a crossover hatchback. The Maruti S-Cross petrol costs between Rs. 8.38 lakh to Rs.12.38 lakh and competes against Hyundai Venue, Creta, Mahindra XUV300, Kia Sonet and Maruti Vitara Brezza. More about Maruti Nexa Discounts for October below.
The Maruti Ertiga is the cheapest and the most practical seven-seater in the Indian car market. The Maruti XL6 is the premium sibling of the Ertiga. Captain seats for the middle row are the main difference in the XL6 along with minor design changes. The Maruti XL6 costs between Rs.9.84 to Rs.11.51 lakh and comes in 4 variants and the same 1462cc BS6 petrol engine. The XL6 also gets both manual and automatic transmission and competes against Maruti Ertiga, Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and MG Hector.
Maruti Dzire is the most famous compact sedan in the country as of now. But the Maruti Ciaz also has a fan following of its own. It costs between Rs.8.31 lakh to Rs.11.09 lakh and comes in 8 variant options. It also comes with the same 1462cc BS6 petrol engine with both manual and automatic transmission. The Maruti Ciaz is known for its rear seat comfort, sleek looks and competes against Hyundai Verna, Honda City and Skoda Rapid.
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