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“The top ad spenders on GEC content are FMCG, e-commerce and auto industry”: Shashank Srivastava, Maruti Suzuki

Here are the highlights of a one-on-one discussion between Maruti’s executive director, sales and marketing, and Viacom18’s Mahesh Shetty.

Has India redefined the SUV?

India is officially an SUV nation. But this market has its own special definition of SUV

Chat with Shashank Srivastava about Maruti Suzuki's tech facelift

Maruti Suzuki's latest brand campaign ‘People Technology’ highlights the benefits of brand’s new and existing technologies.

“Asset-light consumers will drive car subscription in India”: Shashank Srivastava, Maruti Suzuki

Backed by the trend of usage-sans-ownership, the top car brand is actively buffing up its presence in the subscription ecosystem in the country.

Maruti Suzuki does a Netflix, offers subscription service for Arena and Nexa models

For an all-inclusive monthly fee, you can now use a new Maruti car for 12-48 months.

Maruti Suzuki addresses petrol versus diesel car myths in new campaign

In the set of four films, different characters played by actor Vikrant Massey show how one can compare the cost of petrol and diesel car models.

What are Maruti Suzuki's top executives doing in an ad for Vitara Brezza?

Shashank Srivastava and CV Raman unabashedly spell out the SUV's specifications in a 3.5 minuter. We asked the former all about his strategy.

Mission Green Million: Maruti Suzuki sells over 1 lakh factory-fitted CNG vehicles highest ever in a fiscal

With the launch of CNG in 2010 and Smart Hybrid in 2015, the company has cumulatively sold over One Million Green Vehicles in India.

Maruti Suzuki unveils ‘Health and Hygiene’ range, launches car cabin partition

The Maruti Suzuki PPE and car care kit includes accessories, like cabin protective partition, goggles, face shields, gloves, etc. These can be bought at dealerships, or ordered online.

Who is more likely to purchase used cars, and why

If recent reports are to be believed, then many people living in metro cities will opt out of public transport, and go for private vehicles, post lockdown.