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Maruti Suzuki Nexa Cars Offer Discounts Up To ₹55,000, Includes Ciaz, Baleno, S- cross, Ignis

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The Maruti Suzuki Nexa is the premium dealership of the company. It currently sells four models through this retail chain, which is expected to be expanded in forthcoming years. The company is going to offer many exciting offers to make them more attractive. The Ignis had recently got a facelift and currently offers discounts of up to ₹33,000. 

The discount includes Rs. 15,000 as consumer offers, Rs. 15,000 as exchange bonus and Rs. 3,000 as a corporate discount. The Baleno is the best selling model of Nexa in India as the average monthly sales are above 18,000 units and the hatchback come with a discount of up to Rs. 13,000 only.

This includes Rs. 10,000 as exchange bonus and Rs. 3,000 as a corporate discount. Maruti Suzuki launched the facelift model of Ciaz last year and the new model comes with lots of changes along with a newly developed 1.5 L petrol engine replacing the earlier unit and the Ciaz recently received a new in-house developed 1.5 L diesel engine.

The Sigma, Delta and Zeta come with Rs. 15,000 as consumer offers, Rs. 25,000 as exchange bonus and Rs. 10,000 as a corporate discount. The total discount on these variants is up to Rs. 50,000. The top-spec Alpha variant gets Rs. 25,000 as exchange bonus and Rs. 10,000 as a corporate discount.

The S-Cross was the first model to be introduced in Nexa dealership and it gets a discount of up to Rs. 55,000, which includes Rs. 20,000 as consumer offers, Rs. 25,000 as exchange bonus and Rs. 10,000 as a corporate discount. The company will also replace the 1.3 L diesel engine in S-Cross with new 1.5 L diesel unit soon.

Maruti Suzuki is planning to introduce a premium variant of Ertiga and it will be sold through Nexa dealerships. The MPV gets minor exterior changes to make it look different from the regular model while the major change is on the interior as it will be a 6-seater model.

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