Maruti Launches Suzuki Alto K10 S-CNG in India at INR 5.94 Lac

Maruti Suzuki has launched the Alto K10 S-CNG in India, with prices starting at INR 5.94 lac (ex-showroom). With this latest addition in the portfolio, the company now offers a total of 13 vehicles with the factory-fitted S-CNG setup in Indian market.

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The Maruti Alto K10 S-CNG is powered by a 1.0L K-Series engine that develops 56hp of power and 82 Nm of torque in CNG Mode. This variant, which is offered only with a 5-speed manual transmission, is claimed to return a mileage of 33.85 km/kg.

The Alto K10 S-CNG has retained the feature list from the regular petrol variant, which includes dual airbags, ABD with EBD, over-speed warning alarm, speed-sensing auto door locks, seatbelt reminders, engine immobilizer, central door locking, SmartPlay dock, front power windows, roof antenna, body-colored rear-view mirrors, and steel wheels with wheel covers. Furthermore, the company claims that the suspension setup in the Alto K10 S-CNG has been calibrated to enhance ride quality, comfort, and safety.

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Commenting at the Alto K10 S-CNG launch, Shashank Srivastava, Senior Executive Officer, Marketing & Sales at Maruti Suzuki India, said:

“The Alto brand has been a symbol of how Maruti Suzuki has evolved in response to customers’ shifting desires. The Alto continued to be the best-selling vehicle in the country for 16 consecutive years, and we are convinced that the launch of the S-CNG model will further strengthen its appeal, thanks to its stellar fuel efficiency. I am delighted to share that we have sold more than 1 million S-CNG vehicles so far, which has helped save over 1 million tonnes of CO2 emissions. The addition of S-CNG to the popular Alto K10 will allow further widespread adoption of our environment-friendly technology. Our S-CNG range is specially designed, developed, and manufactured at our facilities to suit Indian driving conditions.”

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