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Maruti Suzuki Hits 3 Crore Production Milestone, Becomes Fastest Among Suzuki Bases Globally

New Delhi, 03 April 2024 – In a significant achievement that underscores its manufacturing prowess and commitment to the ‘Make in India’ initiative, Maruti Suzuki India Limited announced today that it has surpassed the cumulative production milestone of 3 crore (30 million) units. This landmark has been achieved across its manufacturing facilities in Gurugram, Manesar (Haryana), and Hansalpur (Gujarat), making its Indian operations the quickest among all Suzuki production bases worldwide to reach this milestone in just over 40 years since commencing production in December 1983.

Of the total production, more than 2.68 crore (26.8 million) vehicles were produced at the company’s facilities in Haryana, while over 32 lakh (3.2 million) vehicles were rolled out from Suzuki Motor Gujarat, a wholly owned subsidiary of Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL). The M800, a vehicle that initiated a mobility revolution in India, was a significant contributor, with over 29 lakh (2.9 million) units produced. Other major contributors include popular models such as the Alto 800, Alto K10, Swift, Wagon R, Dzire, Omni, Baleno, Eeco, Brezza, and Ertiga.

Since its inception, Maruti Suzuki has maintained its leadership position in the Indian market, supported by a robust foundation of relevant products and technologies, an extensive sales and service network, and a strong supplier ecosystem. The company, which began exporting vehicles in 1987, now contributes nearly 40% to the total vehicle exports from India.

Hisashi Takeuchi, Managing Director & CEO of Maruti Suzuki India Limited, dedicated this milestone to the customers, expressing gratitude for their continued faith in the brand. He highlighted the company’s commitment to enhancing its operations in India to serve both domestic and global markets better. “Today, India is the world’s third-largest passenger vehicle market, and we are poised for even stronger growth in the coming years,” said Takeuchi. He announced plans to increase the company’s annual production capacity to 4 million units by FY 2030-31, including the establishment of two new greenfield manufacturing plants in Kharkhoda-Haryana and Gujarat, and expanding the model range from 18 to 28 by the same fiscal year.

Maruti Suzuki currently offers 18 models through its NEXA, ARENA, and Commercial retail channels and exports its range to nearly 100 countries worldwide, further cementing its position as a key player in the global automotive market.

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