Maruti Alto 800 Facelift: How different is the new model?

Maruti Alto 800 Facelift: How different is the new model?

 Let's take  a closer look at all the changes in the new Alto!

 

Updated Maruti Alto 800 launched, price starts Rs 2.55 lakh

Updated Maruti Alto 800 launched, price starts Rs 2.55 lakh

The company's best selling model now comes with various features including fresh interiors and higher fuel efficiency of 24.7 km/l of petrol, around 9 percent improvement over the earlier version, MSI said in a statement.

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 facelift to be launched in India today

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 facelift to be launched in India today

Maruti Suzuki currently offers Alto in both petrol and CNG version, and will continue to do so in the Alto 800 facelift.

All variants of Alto 800, Alto K10 to have driver side airbag

All variants of Alto 800, Alto K10 to have driver side airbag

Alto 800 variants with driver airbag are priced between Rs 2.62 lakh and 3.78 lakh while Alto K10 is priced between Rs 3.45 lakh and Rs 4.08 lakh.

Maruti Suzuki recalls 33,098 units of Alto 800, Alto K10

Maruti Suzuki recalls 33,098 units of Alto 800, Alto K10

Maruti Suzuki India Tuesday announced recall of 33,098 units of its small car models Alto 800 and Alto K10 manufactured between December 8, 2014 and February 18, 2015 to rectify defective latches on right side doors.

Maruti Alto 800 tops quality among entry level cars: Study

Maruti's entry level model Alto 800 ranks highest in the entry compact segment for initial quality, while rival Hyundai's i10 gets the top slot in the compact segment, said a study on Thursday.

Maruti Alto 800 anniversary edition launched

Introduced in October 2012, MSI has sold over two lakh units of Alto 800 in the past one year.

New Maruti Alto 800 crosses 21,000 bookings

Before the car was launched, Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) had received bookings of over 10,000 units.

Maruti Alto 800: Five Interesting things

Ahead of the festive season, Maruti Suzuki, India's largest car maker has launched the new version of its erstwhile best-selling model Alto with much fanfare.

Maruti looking at rural areas, small towns to drive Alto sales

This fiscal, Maruti plans to touch 25 percent growth in the rural market, Ram Suresh Akella, General Manager, Commercial Business Head (South) told reporters here.

Maruti Alto 800: Why you should own one...

Maruti launched its all new Alto 800 on Tuesday and the car is no doubt a winner. The car is sure to cause a major turnaround in Maruti Suzuki’s sales and image.

Maruti lowers sales growth projection to 3-5% for FY 2013

The company on Tuesday introduced the new version of its best-selling small car Alto in both petrol and CNG options, offered at introductory prices ranging between Rs 2.44 lakh and Rs 3.56 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Maruti Alto 800: No near plans to launch diesel variant

At the moment the car is available in Standard, LX and LXI version.

Maruti Alto 800 gets more than 10,000 pre-launch bookings

Buoyed by response to its upcoming new Alto, India's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India registered over 10,000 units of bookings by the time the small car is launched.

Maruti Alto 800: Striking features

Alto 800 is stipulated for launch at an event in New Delhi at 11.30 am today.

Maruti Alto 800 finally hits the road; starting price at Rs 2.44 lakh

The company is banking on Alto 800's improved fuel efficiency of 22.74 kmpl, which is 15 percent higher than the previous model.

Six new launches in a week; car makers bet on festive season

"Usually sales go up during the festive season and we do hope this year also it will not be different and the new model launches will help," Maruti Suzuki India (MSI) Chief Operating Officer (Marketing and Sales) Mayank Pareek said.

Maruti to unleash Alto 800 today; to be priced at Rs 2.5-3L

The new version, called as 'Maruti Alto 800', is likely to be priced at around 2.5-3 lakh, allowing it to compete with Tata Nano and Hyundai EON.

New Alto 800: Pre-launch bookings cross 6,500 units

Buoyed by response to its upcoming new Alto, India's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki India is expecting to cross 10,000 units of bookings by the time the small car is launched next week.