Suzuki India Limited has jazzed up the humble Alto with an additional feature.
It has launched a new Alto VXI+ which offers SmartPlay Studio a 17.8 cm
touchscreen infotainment system, enabled with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
This model of the Alto has been priced at Rs 380,209/-.
VXI+ is powered by a BS6 compliant engine delivering a fuel efficiency of 22.05
km/l. The Alto VXI+ will be available with enhanced safety features: dual front
airbags, anti-lock braking system (ABS) with EBD, reverse parking sensors,
speed alert system and seat belt reminder for both driver and co-driver.
the new Alto VXI+ also comes with elegant aero edge design, stylish dual-tone
interiors, high fuel efficiency, and latest safety features.
Srivastava, Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India
Limited said, “At Maruti Suzuki, We have always strived to delight the first
time car buyers with aspirational and modern features. In fact, 38-lakh strong
Alto customers are a testament to people appreciating the timely upgrades and
newness in the brand. The new Alto VXI+ with the Smart play Studio is
tailor-made to offer a unique technology-driven experience to our customers.
Alto VXI+ also carries forward the legacy of the Alto which is India’s
best-selling car for 15 consecutive years. We thank our customers for their
continued faith and trust. “
Studio is a new-age connected infotainment system is loaded with
top-of-the-line features and enhances customer’s driving experience with
multiple media support. SmartPlay Studio is a convenient touchscreen
infotainment system that comes with easy, customizable & vibrant graphical
user interface and ensures a delightful drive experience. It is enabled with
smartphone connectivity for seamless integration with various platforms.
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