Maruti Suzuki kick off “Monson fit checkup camp”
Maruti Suzuki kick off “Monson fit checkup camp”

Maruti Suzuki is one of the most popular four-wheeler brands in the Indian market. The Japanese-based automobile manufacturer also has the widest dealership network across the country. Now they will be taking care of their customers by providing a monsoon checkup Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL) today announced its seven-day ‘Monsoon Fit Checkup Camp’ across the country for customers.

Starting today, the camp has been organised across MSIL’s 1,714 dealer workshops in India and will conclude on 30 June, 2016.

Under this, 17 critical points of the vehicle will be checked along with inspection of parts including wiper blades and motor, brake pads and mud flaps for safe driving during the monsoon.

Through the monsoon camp, customers can also avail the benefits of services like MGA, MGP, New vehicles, True Value evaluation, Extended Warranty, Maintenance Cost Protect Packages and Maruti Insurance.

The company said visitors will also be given tips on how to avoid hydro-locking, and driving through water logged areas.

Pankaj Narula, Executive Director, Service, MSIL, said customer’s service requirements reach a peak during monsoon season thus making it essential to help them to take precautions.

This complimentary monsoon fit checkup camp will help customers to have safe and convenient drive in their cars during monsoon, he added.

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