Maruti Eeco

Rs 3.27 - 4.33 Lakh*
*Ex-showroom Price New Delhi
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Mileage 20.00 km/kg
Service Cost Rs 4,023 /yr
Fuel Type CNG
Fuel Tank 5 KGS
Engine 1196 cc 
BHP 63
No. of Cylinders 4
No. of Gears 5 Speed
A/C Yes
Power Steering No
Seating Capacity 5
Boot Space 275-liters
Central Lock No
Brake Assist No
Parking Sensor Yes
Airbags No
Duration 5 years
EMIRs 8,381
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Eeco highlights

The Maruti Suzuki Eeco houses a 1.2-litre petrol engine that generates a maximum power output of 73bhp and 101Nm of peak torque, while returning an impressive mileage of around 15kmpl. The vehicle is also available with the CNG kit option, which promises to return a mileage of 20km/kg.

Maruti Eeco price list (Variants)

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5 Seater Standard
1196 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 15.1 kmpl
Rs 3.27 Lakh*
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7 Seater Standard
1196 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 15.1 kmpl
Rs 3.48 Lakh*
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5 Seater AC
1196 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 15.1 kmpl
Rs 3.55 Lakh*
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Ambulance Petrol AC Plus HTR
1196 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 15.1 kmpl
Rs 3.94 Lakh*
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1196 cc,  Manual, CNG, 20.0 km/kg
Rs 4.0 Lakh*
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CNG 5 Seater AC
1196 cc,  Manual, CNG, 20.0 km/kg
Rs 4.33 Lakh*
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Maruti Eeco Price in Other Cities

City Ex-showroom Price
New Delhi Rs 3.27 - 4.33 Lakh*
Mumbai Rs 3.37 - 4.41 Lakh*
Bangalore Rs 3.51 - 4.59 Lakh*
Chennai Rs 3.55 - 4.63 Lakh*
Hyderabad Rs 3.5 - 4.55 Lakh*
Pune Rs 3.37 - 4.41 Lakh*
Chandigarh Rs 3.31 - 4.37 Lakh*
Gurgaon Rs 3.24 - 4.29 Lakh*

*Based on data collected from different dealers.

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  • Maruti Eeco 5 Seater AC
    Ved Prakash on 17 Feb, 2017
    Every one who has driven Maruti Vehicle will perhaps not like driving other vehicle in respect of engine performance, little push of accelerator adds the power to the vehicle and people feel other vehicle little harder to drive due to less response of engine with accelerator paddle, of course old Maruti vehicle had lesser safety and other feature, even if you can not get power window and power steering in some base model vehicle by Maruti. But if some one wants to have tension free driving and a... 9
  • Maruti Eeco 7 Seater Standard
    Sai Kumar on 22 Dec, 2016
    We were actually searching for a car or may be a type of mini van you can say and this eeco was released india in the early 2k10 . And so we read all the specifications the had got . It was come out with many new features that the other minivans or cars of this type did not have these features . Some of the features i would like to mention are -(i) :it had A/C -(ii) : it had digital trip meter -(iii) : it also had got tubeless tires version -(iv) : the integrated head seats in the front row. ... 7

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Maruti Eeco Mileage

Variant Transmission Mileage (ARAI) Mileage City
Petrol Manual  15.1 kmpl -
CNG Manual  20.0 km/kg -

Maruti Eeco review

Move people affordably and efficiently - that’s the ethos of the Maruti Eeco. This MPV has been designed to be a workhorse and is available in five- and seven-seater configurations. Despite being one of Maruti’s older models, its practicality and ease of use sees it find around 5,000-6,000 buyers every month. So here’s a look at what the Eeco has going for it and what it could improve.

Things We Like in Eeco

  • Sliding rear doors make ingress/egress easier for rear row passengers.
  • Reliable 1.2-litre petrol engine. Available with a factory-fit CNG kit as well.
  • Accommodating 540-litre boot.

Things We Don't Like in Eeco

  • 74PS/101Nm power/torque output is low for a people-mover. Engine feels strained with a full passenger load.
  • Basic safety features like ABS or airbags aren’t available even as an option.

Stand Out Features

  • Available in five- and seven-seater configurations.

    Available in five- and seven-seater configurations.

CarDekho Verdict

The Maruti Suzuki Eeco is a simple MPV meant for point A to point B transport. Overall, the car is showing its age as it lacks a lot of modern features, whether it’s in terms of safety or comfort and convenience.

"It is a reasonably comfortable people-mover and not only is it affordable to buy, but owning one is pocket-friendly too thanks to its low-on-maintenance nature."

However, it is a reasonably comfortable people-mover and not only is it affordable to buy, but owning one is pocket-friendly too thanks to its low-on-maintenance nature. It is a no-frills multi-purpose vehicle that comes with Maruti’s brand backing and is a good buy for someone who just needs the bare basics.


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New Suzuki Vitara to be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show

At the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Suzuki Motor Corporation will hold the global premiere of its all-new small and stylish SUV model. ‎The new five door car is named Vitara and it marks the return of the famous badge first used by Suzuki more than 25 years ago, also on a small SUV. Read Full News

Posted On | August 28, 2014

Maruti Eeco and McDonald’s Happy Family Contest winners announced

Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL), country’s leading car manufacturer and McDonald’s India’s leading food service retailer today announced the winner of the ‘Eeco-Meal’ contest. The month long promotion open to all Indian citizens selected the two best entries. The two lucky winners who won a brand new Maruti Suzuki Eeco are Mr. Vikas Singhal of Delhi & Mr. A.K Sinha of Mumbai. Read Full News

Posted On | February 03, 2012

India car sales likely to get back on track in 2012

A report from the research firm Deloitte says that there is going to be a situation reversal where car sales are concerned. The year 2011 has been particularly bad even after recording a whopping 25% growth in the beginning of the year. However, the situation still doesn’t seem to be very positive where only 2-3% growth is expected by the end of this fiscal 2011-2012. But what seems to be quite hopeful is soon after that, the inflation and the poor economic growth will get under control to lift the spirits of the car manufacturers. Anyhow, the future seems to be very bright especially for India where the overall cars in India are far less than the other markets in comparison. Read Full News

Posted On | December 29, 2011
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