Maruti Suzuki India Limited has certainly hit a new note of success with the launch of the new Maruti Alto 800. The Maruti Alto has been a very fine bestseller that the company had offered to its Indian consumers, and with the new and better 800 version the car’s charisma seemed to have been doubled in stature. This great Indian selling car is now all braced up to enthrall the car consumers of Nepal.
Thus, it is no wonder that the launch of the Maruti Suzuki 800 had been one of the greatest successful launches for the Indo-Japanese car maker. The Maruti Alto 800, is Maruti Suzuki’s A segment vehicle and has been selling in the Indian market like hot cakes. This car is registering huge amount of booking which in turn is elongating the waiting period for its owners. Alto 800 has also given a miserable condition to its immediate rivals such as the Hyundai Eon and the Chevrolet Spark.
The Alto 800 is nothing but a better and an upgraded avatar of the earlier bestseller Alto model. And when anything very good becomes even better, it really sells in great number and such is the case with the Maruti Alto 800, which is surpassing the sales rate of its predecessor. The Alto 800 is a revamped version of the previous Alto that has kept the good aspects of the car and even doubled its best features.
The Alto 800 comes with a highly fuel efficient engine, low maintenance costs and good and comfortable space for a small family of four. Now, this highly efficient car is awaited to appear in its India favourite diesel avatar.
The Alto 800 does look decent on the outside but not a very snazzy appeal, but it does have all the powerful weapons to win the battle of small cars indeed. The Alto 800 is ready to enter the Nepal car market holding the hand of CG Automobiles, which is importing the car into the nation of Nepal.
Maruti Suzuki India is the greatest in the passenger car market that comprises of particularly small and compact cars, in which Alto 800 is definitely a great warrior. Now the auto giant is also aiming big at the fast growing SUV market that is gaining huge momentum in the Indian car market. Currently, Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki’s Indian rival, has the control over the Indian Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) domain with its array of SUVs including the new Rexton and Quanto and the old and steady winners Scorpio and Bolero. Maruti Suzuki, who has been facing a bit of low sales lately, thus, has taken the decision to storm into the Indian market with not one but two new SUVs in the year 2014, apart from releasing fresh models of compact cars as well as refreshed versions of its ongoing bestselling cars.
Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 by making its way into the Nepal roads is thus, helping its maker to hike up some more sales numbers in the international markets.