June 01, 2017: With GST kicking in, prices of the Maruti Omni have been revised. Prices have been slashed across variants.
Mumbai: The starting price for the van now starts at Rs 2.80 lakh, as opposed to Rs 2.94 lakh. That's a difference of Rs 14,000.
Delhi: The starting price for the van now starts at Rs 2.66 lakh, as opposed to Rs 2.67 lakh. That's a difference of Rs 1,000.
Do note that prices for insurance are marginally higher, as they are taxed at 18 per cent instead of the earlier 15 per cent.
The little Omni is a true blue Japanese wonder! Within its small proportions it is capable of seating 7-8 passengers and to power it around is the 800 cc petrol unit borrowed from the Maruti 800. The Omni has been a great success in its initial years for it was a great vehicle to tool around the entire joint family and it didn't cost a lot. Moreover it was frugal to run. Today the Omni is mainly found in the taxi operator market. not many private takers anymore and out of the many reasons not to buy an Omni the dominating factor remains safety. The is little to protect front occupants in the Omni. Overall, the Omni remains the cheapest people carrier in the market and a favourite amongst intra city cabbies.
Metallic Silky Silver
Metallic Pearl Blue Blaze
People carrying ability, Mileage, Price
Safety, Performance, Lack of creature comforts
Its a cheap van. Best suited to the taxi market now
Maruti's old warhorse gets minor revisions to the exterior and some interior frills such as new seat covers, floor mats, and a CD player with an Aux port and four speakers
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