The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 has been launched in India, with prices starting from INR 3.99 lac (ex-showroom). Bookings for the entry-level 1000cc hatchback, which will be sold alongside the Alto 800, are open for INR 11,000.
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The fully redesigned new Alto sits on Suzuki’s new lightweight HEARTECT platform which already underpins the likes of new Celerio. Exterior highlights include new front and rear bumpers, sweptback halogen headlamps, a new single-piece grille, black steel wheels with silver wheel covers, squared tail lights, an integrated spoiler, a high-mounted stop lamp, and fender-mounted turn indicators.
Inside, the new Maruti Alto adorns a black interior theme with silver accents, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and multi-function steering wheel. In terms of safety, the new Maruti Alto K10 is offered with dual front airbags, rear parking sensor, ABS, and reverse parking sensor, electrically adjustable side mirrors and remote key access as standard fitment.
The new Alto K10 is offered in 4 variants & 6 trim levels with 6 exterior colors, including Solid White, Silky Silver, Granite Grey, Sizzling Red, Speedy Blue, and Earth Gold. Under the hood, the 2022 Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 gets powered by 1.0L three-cylinder petrol engine producing a maximum power output of 66hp and 89Nm. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual or an AMT gearbox.
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The new Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 in India is priced as:
- Standard MT – INR 399,000 (PKR 10.74 lac)
- LXi MT – INR 482,000 (PKR 12.97 lac)
- VXi MT – INR 499,500 (PKR 13.44 lac)
- VXi AGS – INR 549,500 (PKR 14.79 lac)
- VXi+ MT – INR 533,500 (PKR 14.36 lac)
- VXi+ AGS – INR 583,500 (PKR 15.70 lac)
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