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One of the nation’s best-selling models is the Maruti Suzuki Fronx

<p>As it continues its journey in the Indian automotive sector, Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has achieved a noteworthy milestone with the Fronx crossover SUV.</p>
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<p>According to a report from, the Fronx, which was introduced in April 2023, has sold one lakh units, making it one of the fastest-selling models in the nation.</p>
<p>However, the Indian manufacturer is considering rearranging the Fronx variations as a calculated move to strengthen its market position.</p>
Strong sales numbers for the Fronx indicate that it has swiftly established itself as a popular among Indian motorists.</p>
<p>With its recent sales topping one lakh, the crossover SUV has solidified its standing as a preferred option in the home market.</p>
<p>The Fronx’s many powertrain choices, which include a powerful 1.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine, a Bi-Fuel CNG version, and a 1.2-liter K12C petrol engine, are responsible for Maruti Suzuki’s success with the vehicle.</p>
<p><strong>variation REJIG FOR AFFORDABILITY:</strong> The Fronx Turbo variation has struggled with sales despite its popularity because of its higher price compared to its standard petrol sibling.</p>
<p>Its expensive price is partly explained by the fact that the turbocharged engine is now limited to the mid-spec Delta+, Zeta, and Alpha trims.</p>
<p>Maruti Suzuki is now thinking about a strategic variation rearrangement in response to market circumstances, with the goal of lowering the price of the 1.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine.</p>
<p><strong>MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS:</strong> The 1.2-liter standard petrol engine currently accounts for the bulk of Fronx sales, with the 1.0-liter turbo petrol engine and the Bi-Fuel CNG version coming in second and third, with 16 and 7 percent, respectively.</p>
<p>In keeping with Maruti Suzuki’s original sales goal of 25–30 percent, the decision to transfer the powerful 1.0-liter engine to the entry-level Sigma trim is likely to make it more accessible to a wider client base.</p>
<p>Future prospects and customer requests have prompted discussion of the 1.2-liter K12C petrol engine’s availability with top-spec trims (Zeta and Alpha).</p>
<p>It is unclear how Maruti Suzuki would react to these requests.</p>
<p>It’s important to note that the Turbo engine is made in India, and the company’s significant localization expenditures demonstrate their dedication to recovering the costs of their original investment.</p>

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