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New 2015 Suzuki Vitara SUV - Paris Motor Show
New 2015 Suzuki Vitara SUV - Paris Motor Show.
Suzuki's New Vitara SUV Goes Mainstream in Paris
Some 16 years after Suzuki terminated the Vitara replacing it with the
Grand Vitara, the nameplate returns on a softer and more mainstream compact
Suzuki's answer to the increasingly popular small and compact SUV segment
has a length of 4,175mm, a width of 1,775mm, a height of 1,610mm and a
wheelbase of 2,500mm.
For all its MINI references, Suzuki's Swift is a nice looking car and so is
the Grand Vitara, despite the years it carries on its back. The new Vitara,
not so much, and that's a shame because the iV-4 Concept that previewed it
last year, wasn't half bad.
The bland interior isn't any better and Suzuki's efforts to give it a more
youthful appearance through personalization options such as the two-tone
paint-job, various different trims and the availability of two special
packages, including the Urban that adds chrome parts and the Rugged with
skid plates and side moldings, don't seem to do the trick.
When it goes on sale next year, it will be available with two 1.6-liter
engines, a 118hp (120PS) and 156Nm petrol and a 118hp (120PS) and 320Nm
diesel. The petrol lump gets a five-speed manual and an optional 6-speed
automatic, while the diesel is offered exclusively with a six-speed stick
Suzuki's four-mode ALLGRIP all-wheel drive system will be offered as an
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New 2015 Suzuki Vitara SUV - Paris Motor Show
Suzuki New VITARA : Official Promotional Video
Suzuki Motor Corporation will announce the world premiere of the all-new
VITARA at the Paris Motor Show, which will be held from 2 October, 2014.
2014 Paris Motor Show Suzuki special website
Hyundai Eon vs Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 - Road Test
http://www.motorbeam.com/ pits the Alto 800 against the Hyundai Eon. Both
the Maruti Alto 800 and Hyundai Eon are entry level small cars which are
apt to buy for first time car buyers. The Alto 800 is much cheaper with a
starting price of Rs. 2.93 lakhs, while the Hyundai Eon range starts at Rs.
3.28 lakhs. Both the Alto 800 and Hyundai Eon are powered by 800cc,
three-cylinder engines which have slight bit of vibrations. The Alto 800
produces 47.5 BHP of power and 69 Nm of torque. The Hyundai Eon produces 55
BHP of power and 75 Nm of torque. Both cars are mated to a 5-speed manual
gearbox. The Alto 800 returns marginally more fuel mileage than the Hyundai
Eon. The Alto 800 doesn't offer the same level of quality of style as the
Hyundai Eon, which feels more modern inside-out.
Read the complete shootout between the Alto 800 vs Eon at
New Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 Road Test | Video Review
Whoever is slight bit knowledgeable about the auto industry would know that
10 years is a long long time for a car to be the best seller in the market
and 10 years is also a long time for car to do so without any serious
update. But that scenario has now changed. This is the Maurti Alto 800
which has been launched to take the place of the legendary Maruti 800 and
the Alto, which we all know almost, revolutionized the automobile industry
in India. But filling in those shoes would be very very difficult for a
But before you jump to any conclusion, let me tell you that although it has
the number 800 in its name, it hardly has any similarity with the earlier
Maruti 800. It has been put there just differentiate it from the Maruti
Alto K10 and the Maruti Alto 800.
So what's new in the Maruti Alto 800 after all? We firstly it has an
all-new front. But wait! The front may uncannily remind you of the Maruti
A-Star. Yes it looks very much similar to Maruti A-Star. In fact it is not
just the front, a lot of design features of the A-Star has been used in the
Alto 800. But it is certainly not an out & out copy of the A-Star. So you
will not be wrong if you call the A-Star an inspiration for the Alto 800.
The headlights are located a little higher compared to the earlier Altos
and comes with black detailing inside. The grille looks much like the one
you see on the Ford Figo, with a chrome strip running across it in the
middle. Under the grille is the all-black air dam. Overall, the front looks
quite sporty and gives a good appearance to the hatch.
Did we not tell you that a lot of inspiration has been taken from the
A-Star? Come to back and you will see the A-Star like taillights and
bumper. But it does make the rear look a lot different than the previous
Alto. In fact it hardly looks like an evolution of Alto from the back.
Rather it looks like a completely new car.
The side profile is again similar to what you see on the A-Star. While the
size of the rear windows have gone smaller, overall the car has grown in
Because of this tallness, the headroom in the Alto 800 is significantly
higher. And it is not just headroom, legroom have also increased quite a
bit, 15mm to be exact, with the scooping out of the front seats. This
feature you can also see in the Alto K10.
The dash and the interior overall is sensibly designed and looks all-new.
The steering wheel in completely new and the side aircon vents are now
circular. But the aircon controls are same as the previous Alto. The
high-end LXi model you will get a driver airbag and an optional ABS system.
Under the hood, the Alto 800 gets Mauti's well-known F8D engine, but with
some improvements. The improved engine gives a max output and torque of
48PS and 69Nm, which is 11% more than the previous model. Mileage is also
encouraging with 22kmpl.
You can feel the improvement in the Alto 800 engine as it feels much
smoother compared to the older one. The starting judder that was felt
earlier has been completely eliminated. It handles quite well in both
straight drive as well as in tight turns. Ride quality of the Alto 800 has
also improved and feels less bumpy this time. On the negative side, the
steering feels a little heavier. But with time one will get used to this I
So overall, the Alto 800 looks fresh and has been well packaged. If you
want to go for this one then we recommend that you do. But will it be able
to fill in the shoes of the Alto and the Maruti 800. We don't think so.
Simply because there are too many options available in the market this
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Feature of Maruti Alto K10 (Hindi) (1080p HD)
Watch out brief demonstration of Maruti Alto K10 VXi carried out at Unique
Motors Pvt. Ltd. (Village Satroad, Jindal Marg, Hisar).
The successor to the Maruti 800, Maruti Alto K10 has better safety, newer,
more efficient engines and in K10 engine, it gives good performance and
mileage. The spare part of Alto K10 is inexpensive and regular servicing is
This car is fitted with a powerful F8D 998 cc petrol engine generating a
maximum power of 67 Bhp at 6200 rpm and maximum torque of 90 nm at 3500
rpm. The car has ARAI compliant mileage of 20.2 kmpl.
The price of base model of Maruti Alto K10 Lxi is Rupees 3.40 lakhs.
Specifications of Maruti Alto K10 Lxi :
Engine Type : K10B
Displacement : 998 cc
Fuel Type : Petrol
Max Power : 67 bhp @ 6200 RPM
Max Torque : 90 Nm @ 3500 RPM
Mileage (ARAI) : 20.2 kmpl
Drivetrain : FWD
No of Gears : 5 Gears
Valve/Cylinder (Configuration)-4, DOHC
Cylinders : 3, Inline
Transmission Type : Manual
Fuel Tank Capacity : 35 Litres
Length : 3620 mm
Width : 1475 mm
Height : 1460 mm
Wheelbase : 2360 mm
Ground Clearance : 160 mm
Kerb Weight : 760 kg
Seating Capacity : 5 Person
Doors : 5 Doors
No of Seating Rows : 2 Rows
Suspensions and Brakes :
Suspension Front : McPherson Strut with Torsion Type Roll Control Device
Suspension Rear : Coil Spring Gas filled Shock Absorbers with Three Link
Rigid Axle and Isolated Trailing Arms
Front Brake Type : Disc
Rear Brake Type : Drum
Steering Type : Power Steering
Minimum Turning Radius : 4.6 metres
Front Tyres : 155 / 65 R13
Rear Tyres : 155 / 65 R13
Air Conditioner : Manual
Heater : Available
Engine Immobilizer : Available
Child Safety Lock : Available
Tubeless Tyres : Available
Ash Tray : Front
Cup Holders : Front Only
Seat Upholstery : Fabric
Head-Rests : Front and Rear
Adjustable Head-Rests : Front
Front Seat Pockets : Available
Door Pockets : Front
Outside Rear View Mirrors : Driver Side Only
Adjustable ORVM : Externally Adjustable
Turn Indicators on ORVM : Available
Body-Coloured ORVMs : Available
Boot-Lid Opener : Internal with Remote
Low Fuel Level Warning : Available
Body-Coloured Bumpers : Available
Headlamps : Conventional
Clear lens Head Lamp : Available
Clear lens Tail Lamp : Available
Headlight Height Adjuster : Available
Manufacturer Warranty :
Warranty (Years) : 2
Warranty (Kilometres) : 40000
We are especially thankful to Pawan Khatri (Sales Manager of Unique Motors
Pvt. Ltd, Village Satroad, Jindal Marg, Hisar) for unique assist for
creating this video.
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With its desirable Swift supermini, Suzuki proved it could make a small car
with character. But while the Alto is cute, it feels bland inside. Suzuki
charges more for it than the identical Nissan Pixo (developed alongside it)
and in doing so raises expectations of quality and driver appeal. It gets
the basics right: the ride is mostly comfy, it's spacious up front and
cheap to run. However, the boot is tiny, the driving position doesn't
adjust much, and the top spec is priced against superior rivals like the VW
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