I visited the Auto-Gallery of Maruti Suzuki in New Delhi that is located just slightly ahead of DLF Emporio Mall. Well, it is a plush establishment and pretty organized. Upon going inside I saw the IIFA edition S-Cross having the autographs of all the actors/actress and celebrities. The worst part is that no one is allowed to take pictures of the products displayed there which I did not know. So over there, these people had a certain air about themselves as if they are treasuring something really very exclusive. Over there in the display were some of the regular cars like:
3) Vitara (With awesome alloys and brilliant interiors.)
4) IIFA edition S-Cross in Blue
5) X-alpha Concept in Red
6) A F1 like racing car
7) Bikes and Scooters
8) The K-Series engines
9) Suzuki Jimmy.
As I did not know that pics are not allowed so tried to take a snap. However, after clicking one pic I was informed that pics aren't allowed. I was cool with that but I fail to understand, much bigger and premium brands always allow pics for enthusiasts so what is so really exclusive with MSIL? I certainly understand that in the manufacturing plants taking pics is rightly prohibited but if pics aren't allowed in Auto-Galleries then what's the point of display? Instead of visiting that place I could have easily gone to a showroom. I seriously hope that they should be more conversant with the enthusiasts because in the display there they did not have anything except a couple that can be termed as exclusive. Can anyone believe that people who are working there are not allowed to click pics without permission! Overall, I lost interest after seeing their attitude towards visitors and left the place.
In the small period as an enthusiast I felt satisfied but as a visitor, this is one of the most immature nature and attitude I have witnessed.
Just One pic Clicked there of SUZUKI Jimmy!