The Alto is Maruti Suzuki’s most successful product to date, with the Suzuki Alto 800 on the February sales chart. Maruti’s Alto retained the most sold model in January with 22,998 units against 21,462 in January 2016. Now keeping sales figures in mind, A brand new Alto would work miracles for the company. Since the launch of the Baleno in 2015, Maruti Suzuki is playing with Vitara Brezza, Ignis and now the Baleno RS.
2018 Suzuki Alto 800 Design
The new Maruti Suzuki Alto 800, which will be presented in 2018 itself after the showcase of the concept, will have a host of features to compete with its main rival, the Renault Kwid which not only has a more attractive design but a good set of features Including the MediaNav entertainment system. On the other hand, the current generation Alto 800 has a practical cabin with a mono-DIN audio system. Increasing awareness for safety has also increased among hatchback buyers at the entry-level who no longer want to compromise safety as well as a good set of features. The new Alto 800, ready for use, would be based on the next-generation Maruti platform, which would be lightweight without compromising structural rigidity.
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With regard to equipment, the next generation of Maruti Suzuki Alto will feature navigation, with a host of essential bits such as standard ABS, airbags and a speed warning system.
2018 Suzuki Alto 800 Engine
Maruti Suzuki could introduce a diesel-powered Alto 800 before the BS-VI (BS6) standards came into force by 2020. The diesel engine could be the same as that of Celerio, an integrated two-cylinder diesel engine House of Maruti Suzuki.