India's very known brand, Maruti Suzuki (MSI) is heading to recover the missing lead in the small car segment with the launch of an entirely new form of its former best - selling model Alto. According to media news, the all new Alto 800 launch is to be made in the upcoming week on October 16 & is likely to be priced at around 2.5 - 3 lakh, making it to contend with the other variants Tata Nano and the Hyundai EON.
This step is being taken by the company to substitute the current Alto as MSI is trying to overcome tough market circumstances, mainly the petrol price hike and interest rates that have seriously affected the sales of small cars. It is also thinking to offer CNG cars choice in the new Alto 800. The main aspects that the company is trying to enhance in the new Alto 800's are better-quality fuel efficiency (one of the crucial reasons to make customer pull apart from its new design and other features) of 22.74 km per lit, which is 15 % higher than the earlier model. Maruti Alto features upgraded gear shift and more space for rear passengers. The car comes in 6 variants out of which 3 in CNG and 3 in Petrol. Maruti Alto 800 will also have CNG option also. The Petrol variants of Alto 800 are likely to provide a mileage of about 23 kilometer per liter while the CNG version will stretch up to roughly 31 kilometer per liter. The car has extremely stylish and fashionable interiors comprising classy headlamps, better headroom and legroom.
The car will be available in 6 exciting colors. The Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 price will vary according to the variants; the petrol version is expected to be priced amid Rs 2.5 lakh and Rs 3 lakh while the CNG version will be priced between Rs 3 lakh and Rs 3.5 lakh. After the declination in the sales of its smaller cars MSI's segment had gone down below 40 % in the Indian customer cars market which stuck at 10, 49,961 units in the April-August period this monetary. The Maruti Alto 800 review allows the company to uphold the image in the segment of small cars once again. MSI and its sellers have paid Rs 470 cr in mounting the new Maruti Alto 800 specifications, which is based on the platform of the preceding model. For Maruti Alto 800 pictures and more updates or information on Maruti Suzuki cars log on to www.cardekho.com.