Maruti may look like SUV in preparation for new Alto!

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Maruti Suzuki’s Alto was first launched in India on September 2000. In the year 2004, the Alto became the best selling car in the country and since then it has continued. Maruti Suzuki Alto has remained the best selling car for the last 16 years.

Alto has added a big record in the last month itself. Maruti Suzuki, the country’s largest car manufacturer, said that Alto has set a new record in sales. Alto has sold 40 lakh units so far.

Alto dominates

Actually, Alto still dominates the car buyers for the first time. The Alto has been the first choice of first-time car buyers due to better design, easier operation, better mileage, improved safety measures and easier maintenance.

Alto’s look has changed many times since launching. Now once again, Maruti is preparing to launch this popular car in its new avatar next year. Recently, this new Alto has also been spotted during testing. This will be the company’s new Alto Next Generation car. So far, no information has been revealed about the design and interior of the new Alto, but it is expected that the new Alto will look completely new. It may have a new design grill. Updated bumpers and revised headlamps can be given. A touchscreen infotainment system can also be given in the Alto top variant. According to media reports, the engine of New Generation Alto can also be changed. The current Alto comes with a 796 cc 3 cylinder engine equipped with Alto BS-6 Norms, which generates 47.33 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 69 newton meters of torque at 3500 rpm. Its initial price is Rs 2,94,800.

Last 20 years of travel, such an opportunity came in the year 2014, when Alto became the best-selling small car in the world. In 2014, a total of 2,64,544 Maruti Alto were sold. Germany’s Volkswagen Golf was sold at 2,55,044 units.

In the last 20 years, its look has also changed a lot. If you talk about mileage, the petrol variant of Alto gives a mileage of 22.05 kilometers per liter. There is a mileage of 31.50 km per kg of CNG.

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