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Maruti Suzuki Alto celebrates 30 lakh happy stories

19-April-2016
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Maruti Suzuki Alto celebrates 30 lakh happy stories

At a time when family picnics and outings have become an obscure memory, Maruti Suzuki Alto has decided to bring back the memories as it celebrates its 30 lakh happy customers.

Maruti Suzuki Alto has the unique distinction of being the ‘pehlisawaari’ for large section of the population across the length and breadth of the country. Most people have their fond memories associated with Alto, be it the moments spent with the loved ones, the many spontaneous trips to the hills and beaches, sneaking out of hostels with friends for those long drives and of course the late night drives.

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Maruti Suzuki Alto is celebrating these memories with its 30 lakh happy customers.Launched some 15 years ago, thebrand has since then touched lives of many Indians across different cultures and age groups. The brand is today referred to being the country’s favourite first car—India ki pehlisawaari.

Selling 30 lakh Maruti Suzuki Altos in 15 years translates to selling approximately 550 Altos a day—a milestone that no other car brand has ever reached. Maruti Suzuki is celebrating this grand success in a uniqueway with its customers who have invested faith and trust in this brand.

The leading car maker has announced a special contest in which the proud owners of Maruti Suzuki Alto can share their cherished memories. Participants can share their stories at www.marutisuzuki.com/30lakhaltos/index.html or log on its Twitter and Facebook pages, using #30LakhAltos and get a chance to win exciting prizes.

It’s time to go down the memory lane, reflect upon a song, a movie name that evokes the memory of the ‘pehlisawaari’.

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