Maruti Suzuki Delivers 200 Alto Cars In Single Day In Malappuram Mega Delivery Event

Maruti Suzuki has launched the new 2012 Maruti Alto 800 in India just 4 days back and it has pre-orders of over 10,000 customers who have booked their cars even before the official price announcement. Maruti seems very optimistic about the sales volumes of the new Alto 800 and expects to sell over 20,000 units per month on an average as per its sales forecast for the Alto 800 as revealed during the Alto 800 launch press conference in New Delhi India.

In an event organized on 19th October 2012 in Malappuram, Maruti Suzuki delivered 200 cars of Alto 800 at its sales outlets in Kottakkunnu in Mallapuram distt, near Calicut, Kerala to the customers in a single day which is quite a large number and an achievement in itself for Maruti Suzuki. Its first time in India that so many cars are delivered to customers at the same time at a single dealership.

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 Mega Delivery (1)

New Alto 800 has been priced quite aggressively at Rs. 2.44 Lakhs for the base variant and it uses the tried and tested FD8 engine of old Alto with some improvements both in terms of mileage and fuel economy. Along with the engine changes, the interiors and exteriors of the new Alto have also improved significantly (Also read 2012 Maruti Alto 800 Vs Old Maruti Alto).

Some of the recent developments and facts revealed around the new Alto 800 include:

  • Old model Alto FD8 has been discontinued
  • Alto K10 will not be phased out after new Alto 800 launch
  • Maruti 800 will continue to be sold in cities where BS3 norms are applicable
  • New Maruti Alto 800 will be exported from India starting January 2013

Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 Mega Delivery (2)

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