The Maruti Suzuk Alto has
become a lot safer. Driver airbag is now being offered as an option in all
variants of Alto 800 and Alto K10. In recent months, Maruti Suzuki India
Limited (MSIL) has introduced enhanced safety equipment in a large number of
models. Dual airbags with ABS and EBD was offered as standard across variants
of S-Cross and Baleno. This was followed by making dual airbags, ABS with EBD available
as an option in all variants of Ciaz, Eritga, DZire, WagonR and Celerio.
R S Kalsi, Executive Director,
Marketing & Sales, Maruti Suzuki, said: “With driver airbag being offered
from the base variant upward as an option for the Alto, a very large number of
car customers in India will feel reassured. We have offered enhanced safety
features, from the base variants, across our model range.”
Besides driver airbag, the
left outside rear view mirror is also available across all variants of Alto.
Alto has been India’s No. 1
selling car for 10 years in a row and has won various accolades. Brand Alto,
with its remarkable fuel efficiency and attractive design, continues to strengthen
its wide appeal among customers who want more power and performance in their
car. Alto has sold over 29 lakh units cumulatively, in India.
In FY 2014-15, the average monthly
sale of Alto was over 22,000 units.
Price (INR, ex-showroom New
LXI CNG (O)
VXI AGS (O)
Source: Maruti Suzuki
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