All-New Maruti Suzuki Alto Begins Testing in India


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Coming this festive season, the next Gen Alto spied on tests. Will have an SUV stance with design cues from its Future S concept.
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2019 Maruti Alto spied again – Gets SUV inspired side profile, high ground clearance

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Maruti Suzuki India Limited is getting ready to phase out the current Alto which has been in production for many years now. Instead, it will bring in a new and much improved Alto in its place. This new generation Maruti Alto will follow a micro crossover body style, inspired by the Future-S concept which was showcased by Maruti Suzuki at the Auto Expo in 2018.

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New Maruti Alto with airbags & ABS on video for the first time ever

Maruti Suzuki launched the new 2019 Alto with new features to meet the new norms set by the government. According to the new laws, no car in India can be registered without the minimum mandatory features like the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), driver-side airbag, speed warning, rear parking sensors and driver & passenger seatbelt reminder. The new Alto K10, which was launched earlier this month has become pricier by Rs 27,000 with new additional features and the price now starts Rs 3.48 lakh, ex-showroom. The price of the Alto 800 starts at Rs 2.63 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.


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New Maruti Alto with airbags & ABS on video for the first time ever

Maruti Suzuki launched the new 2019 Alto with new features to meet the new norms set by the government. According to the new laws, no car in India can be registered without the minimum mandatory features like the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), driver-side airbag, speed warning, rear parking sensors and driver & passenger seatbelt reminder. The new Alto K10, which was launched earlier this month has become pricier by Rs 27,000 with new additional features and the price now starts Rs 3.48 lakh, ex-showroom. The price of the Alto 800 starts at Rs 2.63 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.


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New Maruti Alto with airbags & ABS on video for the first time ever

Maruti Suzuki launched the new 2019 Alto with new features to meet the new norms set by the government. According to the new laws, no car in India can be registered without the minimum mandatory features like the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), driver-side airbag, speed warning, rear parking sensors and driver & passenger seatbelt reminder. The new Alto K10, which was launched earlier this month has become pricier by Rs 27,000 with new additional features and the price now starts Rs 3.48 lakh, ex-showroom. The price of the Alto 800 starts at Rs 2.63 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi.


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This might not be the All New Alto right ?? Looks like a stop gap measure until the above spied alto is launched. I dont think so this will sustain the crash norms that will kick in by 2020
 
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Upgraded Maruti Alto 800 reaches dealerships ahead of launch

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Maruti Suzuki has begun dispatching the upgraded Alto 800 entry-level budget hatchback to dealership stockyards across the country. The Maruti Alto 800’s market launch will happen in a few days from now. It’s likely to be a soft launch. As a part of an upgrade to meet new safety norms under the Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP) regime, the Maruti Alto 800 gets standard safety features such as a driver airbag, ABS, reverse parking sensors, seat belt reminders and speed alerts. Higher variants of the car add a passenger airbag to the equation. The car is likely to get about Rs. 10,000-15,000 pricier following these changes.

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They made driver airbag, ABS, parking sensors and even seat belt reminder as standard but left fog lights!!
This "upgrade"might make Alto the most selling car again??!?
 
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2019 Maruti Alto 800 Detailed First Look – Walkaround Video From Showroom

With standard driver airbag, ABS, reverse parking sensor, speed alert system, and seat belt reminder for front seat occupants, the Maruti Alto facelift now complies with the safety norms mandated by Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program. However, the platform which has been soldering for decades with only minor changes would not be compliant with the upcoming crash test norms. Making the ageing 800 cc three-cylinder motor meet the stringent BS-VI norms is also a difficult task.


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New Maruti Alto BS6 Launch Price Rs 2.94 L, Rs 13k More Than BS4 – TVC Video

It is to be noted here that the car launched today is not the new gen Alto, which is currently on test. New gen Alto is set for launch in October this year. It will be based on Heartect platform, just like new WagonR.

For starters, the 2019 Maruti Alto 800 facelift gets updated exteriors. It is seen with a new grille which is larger and stretches between two headlamps. It also gets an Alto badge and drops the 800 moniker and sits on 12” steel wheels painted silver or black.


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New Maruti Alto 800 BS6 delivered to owner – Chalte rahein Shaan se TVC launched

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Ahead of the launch of new generation Alto, Maruti Suzuki India has launched updated Alto 800. New Maruti Alto comes with a BS6 petrol engine and few cosmetic updates on the inside, as well as on the outside. It has now become the first BS6 compliant car from Maruti, to have been delivered to customer.

Speaking about the updates seen on board the new 2019 Maruti Alto, these include a new front grille, which is now finished in matte black. At the rear is a new Alto badge, instead of the 800 badge. It gets 12 inch steel wheels as standard. Alloys or larger wheels are not on offer, even as option.

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