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New Maruti 800 shares its underpinnings of the Alto 800.
The bumper, larger swept-back headlamps, grille and bonnet are all new, and the mild creases on the panels make the car look muscular.
The new tailgate is flatter and makes the car look a bit wider.
In profile, the larger wing mirrors and the extended character line diffrentiate it from the Alto 800.
All-new dual-tone dash, piano-black finished audio system and light fabrics in the K10's cabin don't scream 'budget' anymore.
This Alto gets a factory-fitted double-DIN audio system.
AMT isn't as jerky as the one on the Celerio. A boon in traffic.
New instrument cluster is large and clear. It now also also has a gear shift display for the AMT model.
The audio system boasts of USB and aux capabilities.
Front seats are fairly comfortable and have enough travel to accommodate fairly tall people.
Scooped front seats improve knee room for rear passengers.
A disadvantage of the scooped-out front seats is that passengers up front can feel the rear person’s knee when it comes in contact with the seat.
The 1.0-litre K10 engine makes 67bhp and 9.17kgm of torque.
Shapely new tail lamps add a dose of freshness to the design.
No alloys here; top trims get wheel caps.
Front power windows is available only on the top trim.
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