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New Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 CNG already has discounts up to Rs 30,000

Maruti Suzuki launched its new Alto K10 CNG variant in the domestic market two days back. The starting price of this car, which comes with an attractive look and company-fitted CNG kit, has been fixed at Rs 5.95 lakh.

The company claims that this new CNG car will give a mileage of up to 33.85 kilometres per kg. Now, just after two days after launch, a bumper discount is being offered on this affordable car.

Customers can save up to Rs. 30,000 on the purchase of this car, which includes an upfront discount of Rs 15,000 and an exchange discount of Rs 15,000. Although it is not that, Maruti Suzuki only discounts Alto CNG. Customers are also getting deals on S-Presso, Celerio, WagonR, Swift, and Baleno included in the company’s CNG portfolio.

The Maruti Alto 800 is getting a total Rs 30,000 discount, while the S-Presso, Celerio and VanR CNG are getting a discount of Rs 35,000. Apart from this, a total discount of Rs 8,000 is being given on Swift CNG and Rs 10,000 on Baleno CNG. Maruti Suzuki is the largest CNG car-selling company in the country.

Special Features:

In Maruti Alto K10, the company has given a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which supports Apple Car Play and Android Auto. Apart from this, features like keyless entry, digital instrument cluster, steering mounted controls, and manual adjustable outside rearview mirrors are available. On the other hand, in terms of safety, this car has facilities like dual airbags, an anti-lock braking technique with electronic brake force distribution, and rear parking sensors.

How is the new Maruti Alto K10 CNG:

The company has kept the Alto K10 the same as the addition of the company-fitted CNG kit. Since this car was launched recently, it gets all the advanced features. The company has used the K10c Dualjet engine VVT ​​engine with a 1.0 litre capacity in this car. Latest CNG car news, However, this engine generates power of 65 bhp and torque of 89 Nm in petrol mode, while in CNG mode, its power output declines to 55 bhp and 82 Nm. The company has introduced the CNG variant only with a manual transmission gearbox.



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