Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 CNG 2022 Maruti Alto K10 is coming with four manual and two AMT variants. Maruti hopes that this model will be popular and will be liked by customers amid the rising petrol price.
Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 CNG: Maruti launched its Alto K10 CNG on Friday. This is the CNG variant of the entry-level hatchback of the country’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki. This car has been launched in only one VXi variant. The company has fixed its ex-showroom price of Rs 5.94 lakh.
Maruti claims that the Alto K10 CNG mileage will be around 33.85 kmpl. That is, with one kg of CNG, this car can run about 33 km. Suzuki claims that while the updated Alto K10 is getting a very strong response from the market, the introduction of S-CNG will further enhance the prospects for the car.
Maruti Alto K10 2022 variant prices (ex-showroom)
STD 3.99 Lakh
LXI 4.82 Lakh
VXI 4.99 Lakh
VXI+ 5.33 Lakh
VXI (AT) 5.49 Lakh
VXI+ (AT) 5.83 Lakh
VXI CNG 5.95 Lakh
What are the special features?
The Alto K10 is powered by a 1.0-liter K-Series Dual-Jet, Dual VVT engine and returns a mileage of around 25 kmpl on petrol. Apart from the engine, other major changes on the new Alto K10 include a restyled grille at the front and redesigned wheel caps on the 13-inch wheels. The car comes with a touchscreen display and supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. It is Rs 94,000 costlier than its standard petrol counterpart. The vehicle comes with a Dual VVT petrol engine which is mated to a factory-fitted CNG kit. On CNG, this car generates a power of 56.69 PS at 5,300 rpm and a peak torque of 82.1 Nm at 3,400 rpm.
Features like 2-DIN Smartplay audio system with Bluetooth connectivity, impact sensing door unlock, central locking, speed sensing, auto door locks, manually adjustable wing mirrors, AUX and USB ports, roof antenna, and colored door handles make this car even more special. Huh.
Can get relief from petrol prices
Maruti says that demand for its CNG vehicles remains strong despite CNG prices going up in the recent past. Company officials are of the view that the hike in CNG prices is temporary and may soon be repriced. He says that the buyers will have to recover the full cost of the vehicle as petrol prices remain around Rs 100.