Maruti Suzuki Arena lineup acquires connected car technology

Saptarshi Mondal

Maruti Suzuki Suzuki Connect has been introduced as an optional accessory for its Arena series. Maruti’s Nexa model already provides this function as a standard.

  • Security alarm, geo-fence part and other functions
  • Can be accessed through the Suzuki Connect app
  • Including cloud-based services and over-the-air updates

Suzuki Connect: There are now six Maruti Suzuki models

Maruti Suzuki’s arena lineup includes Alto, S-Presso, fast, Zile, truck, Ertiga with Vitala Breza. These vehicles can now be purchased through Suzuki Connect as an option.

Suzuki Connect brings a variety of connectivity features, such as security alerts, geofencing,
Vehicle status, navigation to car, etc. Car owners can also take advantage of information such as real-time vehicle tracking, driving analysis reports, functional alerts, and roadside assistance.

These functions can be accessed through the Suzuki Connect smartphone app, which is already available on iOS and Android platforms. It is provided as a genuine Maruti Suzuki accessory, customers can use it at a price of 11,900 rupees, and provide a three-year data subscription.

Existing Nexa customers who have already used Suzuki Connect can also renew their subscription for three years at a special price of Rs 2,299 or a year of Rs 999.So far, Suzuki Connect has been Baleno, S-cross, Ignatius, XL6 with Chaz.

Maruti Suzuki coming soon: 2021 and beyond

In terms of new product launches, Maruti Suzuki will launch a The new Celerio In the next few months.In addition, a Major update for Baleno Also in preparation.

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