Maruti protection against coronavirus
Maruti protection against coronavirus

Maruti Suzuki

The country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) on Thursday said it has introduced a range of accessories. including face shield visor and masks, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Maruti protection against coronavirus.

The company’s ‘Health and Hygiene’ genuine accessories for car. Personal care are price from Rs 10 to Rs 650, MSI said in a statement.

products

The products include a three-ply face mask, protective goggles, show cover, hand gloves, and face shield visor.

Besides, the company has also introduced items for vehicle interiors like a cleaner and a cabin protective partition.

Accessories

Customers can visit the near dealership or raise an inquiry. Online at the website for the new range of accessories, MSI said.

To strengthen the customer confidence, the company will add more items under its ‘Health and Hygiene range, it added. Maruti protection against coronavirus.

The country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) on Thursday said it has introduced a range of accessories. including face shield visor and masks, amid the coronavirus pandemic. Maruti protection against coronavirus. The company’s ‘Health and Hygiene’ genuine accessories for car. Personal care are price from Rs 10 to Rs 650, MSI said in a statement. To strengthen the customer confidence, the company will add more items under its ‘Health and Hygiene range, it added. Maruti protection against coronavirus.

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