Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 Urbano launched in India at Rs 3.23 lakh
In a bid to combat new competition in the market, Maruti Suzuki has made a few nips and tucks to the Alto K10 and released a limited edition of the popular hatchback. The Alto K10 Urbano gets a few visual changes on the outside and has been fitted with additional equipment on the inside. It will be available across all trims - the Lx, Lxi, Vx, Vxi, Vxi(o) and the CNG - at around Rs 17,000 over the regular Alto K10. Prices start at Rs 3.23 lakh (ex-Delhi) for the base Lx variant.
The Alto K10 Urbano can be distinguished from the regular variant through the stickering on the front and rear door panels along with chrome garnish on the ORVM, wheel arches, tail lights and fog lamps.
Additional features inside include hands-free Bluetooth kit, new bucket seats with freshly designed leather covers and matching steering wheel cover, new mats, pedals, USB charger with voltage and temperature display and LED door sill guards. The Alto K10 Urbano also gets reverse parking sensors but driver/passenger airbags are still missing.
R S Kalsi, executive director, Marketing & Sales, Maruti Suzuki India said, "The Urbano comes with characteristic black and silver theme with complementary body graphics and garnish. Several features like reverse parking sensor, hands free Bluetooth kit, fast USB car charger etc, bring delight and convenience to the customer. These features make Alto K10 Urbano more stylish and trendy. We are confident that customers will appreciate this limited edition."
Maruti Suzuki will continue to offer this edition with the familiar 1-litre 998cc three-cylinder K10 engine producing 68PS of power and 90Nm of torque.
Alto K10 Urbanocomes to town with several new features
New Delhi, October 7, 2015: Maruti Suzuki India Limited, the leader in passenger vehicle market,today launched the limited 'Urbano' edition of its popular car Alto K10.The Alto K10 Urbano is all set to delight customers with its new stylish look and 18 new features.Alto K10 Urbano will be available in LX, LXi, VXi and VXi (o) trims, including CNG.
Alto K10 Urbanotakes forward the rich legacy of brand Alto India's largest selling car.
Some of the new and smart features on Alto K10 Urbano
ü Reverse parking sensor
ü Hands free Bluetooth kit
ü Premium art leather seat covers & stylish pedals
ü Fast USB charger with voltage & temperature display
ü Designer range of chrome garnish
ü Trendy ambient light with LED door sill guard
ü Long range vision bulbs
Presenting the Alto K10 Urbano,Mr.R S Kalsi, Executive Director, Marketing & Sales,Maruti Suzuki India said,"The Urbano comes with characteristic black and silver theme with complementary body graphics and garnish. Several features like reverse parking sensor, hands freeBluetooth kit, fast USB car charger etc., bring delight and convenience to the customer.
"These features make Alto K10 Urbano more stylish and trendy. We are confident that customers will appreciatethis limited edition",he added.
The Urbano is equipped withPremium art leather seat covers with special bucket design and matching steering wheel cover, designer matsand pedals. Interior styling kit, ambient light and LED door sill guardfurther add on to the cool quotient of the Urbano. Designer chrome range - ORVM garnish, back door wheel arches, and tail light and fog lamps gives the exterior a fresh makeover.
Customers can avail the additional 18 features at an attractive price of Rs. 16990/-. The vehicle is available across all variants. The Alto K10 Urbano Limited Edition also comes with a special 90% funding on MGA package
Starts Rs 3.3 Lakhs
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