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Bumper discount on this family car of ₹ 3.39 lakh, special offer for next 17 days

New Delhi.
Maruti Suzuki Alto Discount Offer:
Maruti Suzuki is offering discounts of up to Rs 18,000 on its cheapest car this month. Maruti is offering offers on all variants of its Alto. However, if you are expecting any offers on its CNG variant, then you will be disappointed. Today we are going to tell you about all the offers being given on Maruti Suzuki Alto. Apart from this, we will also tell you about its price and mileage. So let’s have a look…

What is on offer on Maruti Suzuki Alto?

Variants cash bonus exchange bonus corporate discount total discount
Standard Rs 5,000 , , Up to Rs.5,000
in addition to standard Rs 8,000 up to Rs.10,000 , up to Rs 18,000

Maruti Suzuki Alto Price

The starting Delhi ex-showroom price of Maruti Suzuki Alto starts at Rs 3.39 Lakh, which goes up to Rs 4.42 Lakh on its top end variant. At the same time, if you buy the top model of its CNG variant, then you will have to pay an ex-showroom price of Rs 5.03 lakh.

Maruti Suzuki Alto Performance

Maruti Suzuki Alto gets a 796 cc engine for power, which gets maximum power of 48PS and peak torque of 69Nm. It only gets a 5-speed manual transmission.

What is the mileage of Maruti Suzuki Alto?

The mileage of Maruti Suzuki Alto is 22.05 kmpl in the petrol model and 31.59 km/kg in the CNG model.

Coming Maruti Suzuki Alto K10

The new Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 is ready for launch. Its booking has started. Customers can book it by paying a token amount of Rs 11,000. After launch, it will be sold with Alto 800. The new Alto K10 can be launched with the modular Heartect platform. The company can launch it with two petrol engines. According to reports, the new generation Maruti Suzuki Alto could be launched in India between Rs 4.15 lakh – 4.50 lakh (ex-showroom).

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