Maruti Suzuki Launch Alto 800 Maximum Variant

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Japanese automobile giant Maruti Suzuki is the largest manufacturer and seller in India. They have at least one product in every segment for Indian market. They had earlier launched the Alto 800 in India and is a top seller in India.

Maruti Suzuki has announced the launch of its Limited Edition model of the Alto 800. The new Limited Edition vehicle is being called the Alto 800 Maximum. The manufacturer has been launching several Limited Edition models, among their popular products.

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The Limited Edition model by Maruti Suzuki will provide its Alto 800 Maximum with vital updates. The hatchback will sport typical body graphics from the manufacturer. The decal is not the best, however, it may appeal to a few who like stickers on their vehicles.

The Alto 800 Maximum will also sport a rear spoiler to add a sporty element to the hatchback. The Japanese based manufacturer will also provide new and sporty alloy wheels. These are the only exterior upgrades that are done to the Limited Edition.

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The interior of Alto 800 Maximum has been spruced up for a more premium feel. Maruti Suzuki will provide the hatchback with ART leather seats, improved audio system along with speakers and a keyless entry into the vehicle. Most of these upgrades are available in the aftermarket section. However, certain changes can void vehicle warranty.

The Alto 800 Maximum will sport a 796cc mill, which will provide a maximum power output of 48 bhp, along with a peak torque of 69 Nm. The hatchback will provide a fuel efficiency of 22.74 kpl approved by ARAI. Mechanically there will be no difference in the Limited Edition.

The Alto 800 Maximum will be available in all variants and fuel options. The standard model is priced between INR 2,38,000 to INR 3,49,000 ex-showroom, Delhi. Maruti Suzuki has launched Limited Edition models of Ertiga, Ritz and Dzire recently.


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Story first published: Saturday, August 16, 2014, 11:02 [IST]
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