Maruti Suzuki Cars in India

**Maruti Suzuki** car price in India for its entry level car, the Alto 800 starts at Rs 3.15 Lakhs and for the most expensive model, the XL6 price starts at Rs 9.98 Lakhs. Maruti offers 14 car models in India, the S-Cross price starts at Rs. 8.59 lakhs in [SUV](https://www.carbike360.com/suv-cars) segment, the Ciaz price starts at Rs. 8.72 in the Sedan segment, the Ertiga price starts at Rs. 7.96 lakhs and the XL6 price starts at Rs. 9.98 lakhs in the MPV segment, the Dzire price starts at Rs. 5.99 lakhs in the Compact Sedan segment, the Vitara Brezza price starts at Rs. 7.61 lakhs in the Compact SUV segment, the Eeco Price starts at Rs. 4.30 lakhs in the Van segment and 7 Hatchbacks starting with the Alto and goes upto, the Baleno price starts at Rs. 5.99 lakhs. Maruti Suzuki India has 8 [upcoming cars](https://www.carbike360.com/upcoming-cars) in India, Celerio CNG, 2022 Baleno, 2022 Vitara Brezza, 2022 Alto, 2022 S-Cross, [Jimny SUV](https://www.carbike360.com/cars/maruti/jimny), Ertiga Facelift and XL6 Facelift. Maruti Suzuki is the **largest car manufacturer in India** with more than 48% per cent market share. Maruti has the largest presence in the hatchback segments, with help from its [popular cars](https://www.carbike360.com/popular-cars) like Alto, Swift, Dzire, Wagon R, Baleno and [latest cars](https://www.carbike360.com/latest-cars) like the Celerio while the Maruti Ertiga is the largest selling MPV in India, and the Vitara Brezza is the highest selling compact SUV in India. **Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL)** is the **largest car-maker in South Asia**. The company first started manufacturing cars in India in the year 1983 with the production of **Maruti 800** as its first car. The company also introduced its premium **Maruti Suzuki Nexa** dealerships in India in 2015 which only sells the premium Maruti cars with more focus on customer satisfaction. [Toyota](https://www.carbike360.com/cars/toyota) and Maruti Suzuki have signed a cross-badging agreement where Toyota will use Maruti's expertise in small cars and help Maruti with its electric car technologies. The first cross badged car being the [Toyota Glanza](https://www.carbike360.com/cars/toyota/glanza), a re-badged Maruti Baleno followed by the [Toyota Urban Cruiser](https://www.carbike360.com/cars/toyota/urban-cruiser), a re-badged Maruti Vitara Brezza.