Maruti Suzuki Alto - India’s most trusted car brand model with the updated BS6 compliant engines is out for sale in the market. It is the company’s first BS6 compliant model in CNG cars having a mileage of 31.59 km/kg. For its loyal customers, the car is launched in two variants - Alto BS6 CNG Lxi trim and the advanced Maruti Suzuki Alto LXI Optional priced at Rs. 4.33 lakh and 4.36 lakhs respectively (ex-showroom price Delhi).
Maruti Suzuki is adamant to comply with the government’s vision of reducing the oil imports and improving the consumption of natural gas (from currently 6.2% to 15% in 2030) and to go in-line with the norms of the government the company has stood up with its new S-CNG vehicle range.
The car’s S-CNG version is featured with dual independent Electronic Control Units (ECUs) and an intelligent injection system. The company is confident with its new models in terms of hi-tech specs, excellent performance and endurance to all kinds of lands.
Maruti Suzuki’s new Alto model is the company’s first venture with BS 6 compliant engines and it claims to have already sold around 1 lakh units till date. Due to its impeccable car-making history, the company continues to be the best selling car brand in India. The brand has currently launched its advanced Alto VXi+ featured with SmartPlay Studio infotainment suite, which is believed to be customized to offer a unique experience to techno-freaks.
On the occasion of Alto BS6 S-CNG launch, Shashank Srivastava, executive director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India says that the dedicated workforce behind Maruti Suzuki India aims at giving you the results that are highly convincing in terms of technology and endurance. Apart from being techno-friendly, the brand also proves itself in terms of being eco-friendly with its Alto BS 6 S-CNG venture.
Overall, the advanced Alto BS 6 S-CNG is a package of excellent performance merged with sustainability, durability, adaptiveness, environment friendliness and a great mileage. “We are highly motivated with the wide acceptance and appreciation of S-CNG technology by the consumers”, says Shashank Srivastava.