Maruti Suzuki on Thursday announced that it has teamed up with Quiklyz – a car leasing and subscription platform of Mahindra Finance. The ‘Subscribe’ program was first introduced by Maruti Suzuki in July 2020 and offers customers the option to lease a car without actually buying it upfront. The manufacturer currently offers a range of its cars under the Subscribe program across 20 Indian cities including Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Indore, Mangalore, Mysore, and the newest addition Kolkata.
Speaking on the partnership, Mr Turra Mohammed, SVP & Business Head, Quiklyz, said “Car subscription is gaining pace as customers’ ownership preference is changing across all segments, including individual, professional, SME, and corporate. Subscription provides super convenience and unmatched flexibility, something that customers expect and want from their car ownership experience. Quiklyz by Mahindra Finance is committed to playing a significant role in this market. Therefore, we are excited to partner with Maruti Suzuki to provide unmatched subscription service for the entire range of Maruti Suzuki portfolio.”
The subscription program allows the customer to opt for multiple tenure options, for an all-inclusive fixed monthly rental. The monthly rental includes vehicle usage charges, registration charges, maintenance, insurance, 24×7 roadside assistance, and other services related to vehicle usage. The customer can also choose between white or black registration plates. Moreover, the monthly rental for Maruti Suzuki vehicles through Quiklyz starts from Rs 12,199 per month (Delhi) with no additional down payment.
Once the tenure is over, the customer has an option to switch over to a new car or even purchase the subscribed car. The service also offers the customers the option of foreclosing the subscription at any point in time. Apart from Quiklyz, customers can also avail of the subscription service through three other companies that Maruti Suzuki has tied up with, namely: Orix, Myles, and ALD.


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