Car Accessories

Maruti Alto 800 Gets Enhanced with Maruti Genuine Accessories

In the market for a car, there are a wide variety of accessories that can be added to personalize it. While it’s possible to get reasonably priced accessories outside of the showroom, you’ll have to give up a lot of features to do so. An accessory offered by the manufacturer is guaranteed to meet the quality requirements of the vehicle for which it is intended. In addition, the manufacturer conducts sufficient research and development to ensure that no component interferes with the car’s operation or poses a safety risk to the vehicle’s occupants or other road users. As a result, if you decide to customize your vehicle with aftermarket parts, you might want to consider going with something like the Alto 800 in the video embedded below.

The dealer may have added some accessories to this Alto 800 to show off its capabilities as a marketing tool. The video shows all of the accessories, and the prices of some of them are listed below, so please take a look!

  • Seat Covers – INR 4,690
  • Mats – INR 1,090
  • Mud Flaps – INR 350
  • STG Cover – INR 510
  • Front Grille Chrome – INR 490
  • RPAS – INR 2,019
  • Tail Lamp Garnish – INR 490
  • Body Graphics – INR 1,990
  • Music System – INR 5,990
  • Sony Speakers – INR 2,205

Refreshed versions of the Maruti Alto 800 are expected to go on sale soon, competing with the Renault Kwid. The new model’s mechanicals will remain largely untouched despite the drastic changes to its appearance. The 800cc, 3-cylinder petrol engine will produce 48 hp and 69 Nm of torque in this small hatchback. At 6,000 pm, the engine reaches its peak power, while at 3,500 rpm, it reaches its maximum torque. The ARAI claims that this car, when paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, can travel an astounding 24.7 kilometers on a single litre of fuel. In the meantime, check out this video showcasing most of the Maruti Genuine accessories for the new 2019 Alto model.

alto 800 accessories

Maruti Suzuki’s best-selling hatchback, the Alto, has received a slew of exterior and interior upgrades just a month after its facelift debut. The ‘Personalize’ option on the Maruti Suzuki website allows customers to select their favorite accessories. Selecting accessories, viewing it in 360 degrees and saving the configuration are all features that are available on the car configurator page after clicking the link. A wide variety of external and internal accessories are available to current customers.

Customers can design the whole thing from scratch, starting with the variant and moving on to options such as colour, package, customization, and accessories. Customers can see the cost of each package and accessory, allowing them to select the best option for their budget. When using the 360-degree view, users can see the visual impact of the accessories they’ve selected and make adjustments accordingly.

Key exterior accessories for the new Alto include front grille garnish, bumper corner protectors and garnish, fog lamp garnish and body graphics, as well as door visors, ORVM garnish covers and rear spoilers and tail lamp garnishes. These can all be ordered separately from the car. Boston Mapple and Carbon Finish are the two styling kits available for interiors. Floor mats and illuminated door sill guards round out the list of available interior accents.

Some of the more functional accessories, such as a rear spoiler or a car protector, are also designed to enhance the car’s visual appeal. A final quote for the customer’s custom build can be generated after the customer selects all of the accessories they want. However, labour and taxes are not included in the accessories’ prices, so the final price may be higher.

Customers can get a final price for the accessories at their local Maruti dealership. The Alto is Maruti’s second BS-VI-compliant engine after the Baleno. 796cc engine produces 48 PS at 6000 RPM and 70 Nm at 3500 RPM with the updated 796cc engine. The wide front grille and silver/black painted 12-inch steel wheels on the 2019 Alto add a stylish touch. There is a new double DIN infotainment system with support for Bluetooth, USB, and AUX-In, and the interiors are done in a dual-tone black and beige colour scheme. The driver-side airbag, ABS with EBD, speed alert, and reversing parking sensors are all new additions to the vehicle’s safety features.

John Martin

I am professionally a Mechanical Engineer and i love blogging and for that purpose i have created the website for automotive contents.

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