It was just last week that we brought you the first spy images of the 2016 Maruti Suzuki Alto 800 facelift. Recently the car was again spotted at what appears to be a dealership yard, and this time we have more images of the interior and the engine as well. On the outside, the car come with some subtle cosmetic changes and redesigned front end. Whereas, the inside of the car remain unchanged although the new Alto 800 expected to come with some new features.
The new spy images that you see hear are of the top-of-the-line VXI variant. While the overall design scheme of the cabin remains unchanged, the car does get a lighter shade of grey for the fabric on the seats and the door panels. Like in the outgoing model, the facelift version too gets power windows only at the front along with an audio head-unit with USB and AUX connectivity without CD player.
Talking about its exterior profile, the Alto 800's new front profile gets redesigned elliptical headlight, with yellow lens for the turn indicators that are surrounded by chrome elements. The grille is now smaller and brand logo has also been repositioned. The car also gets a new front bumper that looks better than the older one and comes with a trapezoidal air intake and provision for fog lights, which isn't available in the outgoing model. The side profile and the rear section of the car does not receive extensive changes apart from some minor retouches.
You won't find any changes even in the engine department as the car continues to be powered by the same 796cc, three-cylinder, petrol engine tuned to produce 47bhp at 6000 rpm and 69Nm of torque 3500rpm. The motor comes mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Maruti Suzuki currently offers the car in both petrol and CNG variants and same will be the case with the Alto 800 facelift as well.
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