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  • Q. My monthly car consumption is 800 to 1000kms , so which type of fuel car should I buy petrol, diesel, CNG. My budget is around 5-6 lakhs
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    As the average daily run of your vehicle would be less than 50/60kms, we would suggest you to go for the CNG+petrol car as it would be a feasible option in terms of the maintenance cost and according to overall statistics. The cars such as Maruti Wagon R, Hyundai Santro, Hyundai Grand i10, Ford Aspire, Maruti Celerio, and Maruti Alto K10 etc. Moreover, you may check the link below for the best available car options according to your requirements.Click here for the options: https://www.zigwheels.com/new_car_search.php?bypricerange=0-6&byfueltype=petrol,cng&sortfield=popularity&sortdirection=desc

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    Raju | 1 month ago

    But CNG new wagon r or celerio both are good cars

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  • Q. I want to buy New Alto 800 BS-VI. What are the pros and cons? Can I fit CNG kit?
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    The new Maruti Alto 800 looks more agile and mature in terms of everything. Whether it is the new look, better interior, refined engine and addition of the safety features. The car gets ABS, airbags and EBD as a standard feature. Moreover, the refined engine is now future ready before the BS VI emission norms kick in.The Maruti Alto 800 can be installed with the CNG kit but we would suggest you to visit the nearest authorised service center for the installation of the CNG kit as an unauthorised installation of CNG kit from the unauthorised service center may lead to the violation of the company warranty.Click here for the service center: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Maruti-Suzuki

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    Kaushik | 2 months ago

    When KWID BS VI version will launch?The model will available as previously available?

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  • Q. Please suggest cars with minimum width and company fitted CNG. Is automatic variant is available in company fitted CNG cars.
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    As of now, there is no car available in the Indian automotive industry with a company fitted CNG kit in an automatic car as the CNG kits are generally added to the cars to get a better mileage however the power is compromised and in the automatic cars the mileage is not generally in the hands of the driver as the car is already tuned to select fixed gear ratios.There are ample of CNG cars available which match your needs. The CNG available in the market with the least width are Maruti Alto K10 and Maruti Alto 800 with a width size of 1490mm, However, you can check more options in the link given below.Click here for more options: https://www.zigwheels.com/new_car_search.php?byfueltype=cng&sortfield=popularity&sortdirection=desc

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    Mansoor | 1 week ago

    Maruti Alto 800 K10

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  • Q. Which is better Alto 800 CNG (O) or Alto K10 CNG (O)
    Navin | 2 weeks ago

    Alto10cng

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  • Q. Which is the best automatic car within 5 lakhs?
    Sanjay | 1 month ago

    New santro

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    Suman | 1 month ago

    Alto

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  • Q. Can Alto 800 be converted to auto transmission?
    Himadri | 2 weeks ago

    If Yes then How and what is the average price?

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    Rajeev | 1 month ago

    Don't know

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  • Q. What is the millege, How many airbags are there and is AMT option available?
    Mir | 5 days ago

    22 to 23 kmpl

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    Abjith | 3 weeks ago

    I get millege upto 24. no air bag and amt

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  • Q. I want to drive only on automatic gear system, but K10, model can drive on automatic and manual gear, So Alto is AT or AMT.
    Zigwheels | 3 weeks ago

    Maruti Alto K10 comes with a 5-speed automated manual transmission (AMT).

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    Joe | 2 weeks ago

    Only manual

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  • Q. I want to purchase a new automatic transmission car with an EMI below 10000. My need is 30 to 40 km per day. Please advise.
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    We would recommend you to go with a petrol car as per the average daily running of your car. The petrol engine is easy to maintain and they do have a longer life span then the diesel motor. Moreover, the diesel variants are costlier due to the tax variation on the diesel and petrol model. A diesel usually makes sense if you are driving above 60/70km a day.The EMI and downpayment of the car vary according to the finance plans, bank, dealerships and your cibil score. Generally, the down payment of the car is 20 to 25% per cent of the Ex-Showroom price of the car.There are ample of options available according to the required features some of the best available options are Maruti Wagon R, Maruti Baleno, Renault KWID, Maruti Alto K10, Tata Nano, Hyundai Santro and Tata Tiago etc.Click here for more options: https://www.zigwheels.com/newcars/automatic-petrol-cars

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    Heera | 1 week ago

    Better to go for manual transmission

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  • Q. Please suggest cars with minimum width and company fitted CNG. Is automatic variant is available in company fitted CNG cars.
    Zigwheels | 2 months ago

    As of now, there is no car available in the Indian automotive industry with a company fitted CNG kit in an automatic car as the CNG kits are generally added to the cars to get a better mileage however the power is compromised and in the automatic cars the mileage is not generally in the hands of the driver as the car is already tuned to select fixed gear ratios.There are ample of CNG cars available which match your needs. The CNG available in the market with the least width are Maruti Alto K10 and Maruti Alto 800 with a width size of 1490mm, However, you can check more options in the link given below.Click here for more options: https://www.zigwheels.com/new_car_search.php?byfueltype=cng&sortfield=popularity&sortdirection=desc

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    Mansoor | 1 week ago

    Maruti Alto 800 K10

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