Maruti Suzuki Alto STD New Cars
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|796 cc, Petrol, Manual, 15.0 kmpl|
|Ex-Showroom Price - Rs. 261,561|
Maruti Suzuki Alto STD New Car Overview
The Alto STD is the base variant in the Alto model range. The variant comes with the factory fitted standard features.The 796cc engine produces 47 PS @ 6200 rpm of maximum power and a maximum torque of 62 Nm @ 3000 rpm. With seating capacity of 5 persons and a mileage of over 19 kmpl (ARAI tested), Alto STD is the cheap and best car available in the market for day to day city usage and occassional highway journey.
|Length x Width x Height (mm)||3495x1475x1465|
|Ground clearance (mm)||160|
|Turning circle dia (m)||9.2|
|Kerb weight (kg)||690|
|Fuel tank capacity (lt)||35|
|Engine & Transmission|
|No of cylinder & configuration||3|
|Power (PS @ rpm)||47PS@6200rpm|
|Torque (Nm @ rpm)||62Nm@3000rpm|
|Suspension & Brakes|
|Front suspension||McPherson Strut|
|Rear suspension||Coil Spring Gas|
|Front brakes||Ventilated Disc|
|Wheels & Tyres|
|Tyre size and type||145/80R12 Tubeless|
|0 - 100 kph (s)||17.7|
New Car Features
|Brake Assist (BA)|
|Luxury & Comfort features|
|AC / Climate control|
|Rear AC vents|
Maruti Suzuki Alto New Cars - User Reviews
good as ever, 23 km, per lt, and good fule efficiency safety reasons is not so much, sale and service is not good and enough, seat, space ride also comfort
Good Car in this segment, Car Pick up, fuel consumption is good. The best part maintenance is quite low, which is the winning part. The design is sleek. Model is appealing. Small car so getting out of Indian Traffic is good, specially in Kolkata
Good car to purchase for middle class family with Excellent Fuel Economy, Tight turning radius,Responsive steering, Low cost of maintenance, Substantial and sturdy quality, Stylish new interiors, The Alto, with its compact dimensions and sturdy built, is just right for the Indian roads. Besides, it needs minimal maintenance and is extremely fuel efficient, making it just the perfect car for the average Indian working class. In addition to this, Maruti's wide service network and the lure of this little car is perfectly understandable (especially at its price).
A great vehicle and one that does great in the city and does well on the highway too! Never have I ever regretted that I had got this small guy. Yeah, maybe when I get bullied by bigger vehicles and they treate like you were never there, but otherwise, it has been great! I have got so used to the vehicle it now feels like an extended part of me when I drive.
Alto is a very nice car,i purchased this car and learned driving in this car,it is really good experience learning driving through Alto.
It is really good car for the learners and especially ladies. The factors which are useful, in my opinion, is that it is fuel economic and AC is very effective. In fact the AC has worked fine in the scorching summer of North India. And it provides the comfort and safety to a learner as well.
Good for a first buy escpecially when you do not want to burn too big a hole in your pocket. Value for Money indeed! Connosseurs, stay away!
I learnt driving in my Silver Grey Alto. Frankly speaking it is really good car for the learners and especially ladies. The factors which are useful, in my opinion, is that it is fuel economic and AC is very effective. In fact the AC has worked fine in the scorching summer of Delhi. And it provides the comfort and safety to a learner as well.
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