Shashank Srivastava, senior executive officer, Maruti Suzuki, said that the Eeco continues to dominate the van segment and has a market share of over 94 per cent. “It is a trusted choice of over one million customers, meeting their changing needs over the years. It took eight years to sell the first five lakh units of Eeco, while the next five lakh units will be sold in five years,” he added. We thank our customers for placing their faith in us and making Eeco the largest selling van in the country.”
The Eeco’s practical design as well as its spacious cabin make it popular among fleet operators. The Eeco is powered by the 1.2L advanced K-Series Dual-Jet, Dual VVT engine. It is available in petrol as well as CNG variants. The petrol variant of the Eeco produces over 80 PS of top power at 6,000 rpm and returns a mileage of over 20 kmpl. The company claims that its CNG variant gives a mileage of more than 27 km/kg.
company In January, passenger vehicle sales grew by 14.29 percent to 1,47,348 units. In the same month last year, the company had sold 1,28,924 units. Maruti Suzuki due to lack of electronics components Production There has been little impact. The company is taking measures to deal with this difficulty. The compact segment continues to be a major contributor to sales for the company. Last month, the company’s total sales of Baleno, Celerio, Dzire, Ignis, Swift, Tour S and WagonR stood at 73,840 units. Apart from this, sales of utility vehicles like Brezza, Ertiga, S-Cross, XL6 and Grand Vitara stood at 35,353 units. The new Brezza and Grand Vitara have helped in increasing the sales for the company.