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

3 variants are on offer, all powered by 800 cc 3 cylinder engine.

Maruti Suzuki India has launched the new Alto facelift in India. It is based on the same platform as current Alto 800, but comes with revised styling and updated BS6 compliant petrol engine. Maruti Alto becomes the second car to be BS6 compliant from Maruti Suzuki, first being Baleno, which was launched yesterday.

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.

Mr. R S Kalsi, Senior Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki said, “At Maruti Suzuki, we are committed to bring innovations in India’s best-selling car brand Alto, which now has a stylish makeover with additional safety features. With cumulative sales of over 3.7 million since launch in 2000, Alto has been a symbol of pride for Indian car users. Nearly 58% of Alto customers have chosen it as their first car purchase. The New Alto is India’s first BSVI compliant entry segment car with a powerful engine and high fuel efficiency of 22.05 km/l. We are confident that the New Alto will be a car that young Indians will be proud to own.”

Prices of 2019 Maruti Alto 800
STD BS6 – Rs 2,93,689
LXI BS6 – Rs 3,50,375
VXI BS6 – Rs 3,71,709
All prices ex-sh.

Powering the updated Maruti Alto 800 is a BS6 compliant 796 cc 3 cylinder engine which delivers 48 PS @ 6000 rpm and 69 Nm @ 3500 rpm. Dimensions remain same as before – length is 3445 mm, width is 1515 mm, height is 1475 mm. Colour options are Uptown Red| Superior White | Silky Silver | Granite Grey | Mojito Green | Cerulian Blue.

The interior layout follows a similar stance as seen on the updated Alto K10. It gets a two tone colour scheme of black and beige and a similar dashboard design with a new double DIN infotainment system with USB, Bluetooth and AUX-In.

In compliance to new safety regulations, the Alto 800 facelift gets updated with driver side airbag as standard, ABS, EBD, reverse parking sensors, speed alert and seat belt alert for front seats. These safety features will be available in all variants starting from the base Std to the top end VXi. New Alto will continue its rivalry against the Renault Kwid and Datsun Redi-GO.