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Maruti Alto 800 Anniversary Edition launched at Rs 3.12 lakh

by Arun Mohan Nadar Posted on 07 Oct 201383,314 Views43 Comments

To Alto 800 completed one year in our market and to celebrate it, Maruti Suzuki launched a special Anniversary Edition

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 Anniversary Edition

 

Maruti Suzuki has launched a special edition of the Alto 800 called the ‘Anniversary Edition’ to celebrate the successful one year completion of the hatchback in our four-wheeler market. As expected, the Alto 800 is the highest selling car in the country and been a success story for Maruti. The Special Edition gets features like new seat upholstery, body coloured OVRM, door trims, blackened B-pillar and rear parcel tray. To visually distinguish the car, it gets all new graphics and also a new colour option of Purple Haze. 

 

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 Anniversary Edition Purple Haze

 

No changes has been made on the mechanical front and the Special Edition would be powered by the same 796cc, 3-cylinder engine producing 48PS @ 6,000rpm and a torque rating of 69Nm @ 3,500rpm mated to a 5-speed transmission. With the festival season on the anvil, this seems to be a good move by the country’s largest four-wheeler manufacturer to cash in on the opportunity. Maruti also had recently introduced a special edition of the Alto K10 termed as the ‘Musik Edition’. The Alto 800 Special Edition has been priced at Rs 3,12,751 (ex-showroom Delhi) which is just Rs 4,382 expensive than the standard LXI (non-airbag variant) and seems a better option over the standard offering. 

 

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