Mumbai: Maruti Suzuki Ltd, the country's largest carmaker, will soon be selling a new model of its largest selling model, the M800, with a limited edition of a version called `M800 Uniq.'
The `Maruti 800 Uniq' has a range of new features such as body graphics, all new beige upholstery, trendy door trims with fabric patch, smart lower console box, rear package tray, stylish dome decal to attract young consumers, the company said.
The new version will come at an extra cost of Rs5,200 over the regular model The regular M800 AC model is currently priced at Rs2,11,176 (ex-showroom Delhi), it added.
The company has already started dispatching the car, which will come only in AC variants and will be formally available at company showrooms from 4 August.
''The idea is to make it an automatic choice of people, who love `Uniq' things in life,'' the company wrote to its dealers.
Recently, the company introduced LPG variant of Maruti 800.
The new model is expected to revive the sagging sales of M800, which has sold over 25,00,000 units so far since its launch 25 years ago. Maruti has also exported over 183,000 units of this model.
Sales of M800 saw a decline of 13.72 per cent at 5,362 units in June this year as against 6,214 units in the same month last year. In April-June this year, the company sold 16,649 units of M800 against 17,994 units in the corresponding period a year-ago.
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