Recently, Japanese automaker Datsun has raised the price of its cheap car Ready-Go. The first car is priced at Rs 2.83 lakh. It is the cheapest hatchback in the country. But now, it is worth Rs 1 lakh. The car’s initial price has been increased to Rs 3.83 lakh. Due to the company’s decision, the country’s cheapest car has now become the Maruti Suzuki Alto 800. Let’s find out about its price and exclusivity –
Cheapest car from Rs 3 lakh
Maruti Suzuki has also recently raised the price of the car. The Alto 800 has been increased to Rs 12,000. Nevertheless, its original model can be purchased for less than Rs 3 lakh. It starts at Rs 2.99 lakh and goes up to Rs 4.60 lakh (ex-showroom). Here we are talking about the basic model of the car, the Alto STD.
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Mileage up to 22.05 km
All models of the Alto have a 796cc petrol engine. This engine produces power up to 47.3bhp and torque of 69Nm. The car claims mileage of up to 22.05 km / h. That is, on a 1-liter petrol, it runs 22 kilometers. The Alto also comes with the CNG variant, which gives a mileage of 31.59 km / kg, although it costs a bit more. The car only comes in manual transmission.
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Such are the features of the original model
If you take the original model of it you get very limited features in it. It gets a dual tone dashboard, adjustable headlight, manually adjustable ORVMs, 12-inch wheels, tubeless tires. For safety, it offers features such as driver’s airbag, rear seat belt, seat belt warning, crash sensor, EBD with ABS, and speed alert.