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Maurti Suzuki Alto CNG Launched At Rs 4.11 Lakh

2019 Maruti Alto Price

Maruti Suzuki Alto CNG is around Rs 60,000 pricier than the LXi and LXi (O) petrol trims.

Maruti Suzuki India recently introduced BS6-compliant Alto that also meets the new stringent safety norms. Now, the carmaker has rolled out a CNG version of the hatchback. The CNG kit has been made available on the mid-spec LXi and LXi (O) variants priced at Rs 4.11 lakh and Rs 4.14 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) respectively. That means, the new Maruti Suzuki Alto CNG will cost you around Rs 60,000 more than the LXi and LXi (O) petrol trims.

For power, the Maruti Suzuki Alto CNG uses the BS4-compliant 796cc engine making power worth 41bhp and 60Nm of torque. On petrol model, it offers 48bhp with 69Nm of torque. Transmission on offer is a 5-speed manual. Read – BS6-Ready Maruti Suzuki Swift & WagonR Launched

Save for the CNG kit, no other changes have been made to the Maruti Suzuki Alto CNG. The list of standard features offered on the LXi trim includes retractable rear seatbelts, air conditioning unit, power steering, silver interior accents, front power window, rear child locks, fuel lid opener and body-coloured mirrors and handles. The LXi additionally gets an airbag.

The Indo-Japanese carmaker is working on the new-generation Maruti Suzuki Alto that might go on sale during 2019 festive season. The hatchback is likely to receive significant aesthetic changes and feature upgrades. The 2019 Alto will be based on Suzuki’s Heartect platform that will make it lighter and safer than existing model.

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