Alto (Suzuki)

Jun 09, 2023

On June 9, Maruti Suzuki India Limited launched the Tour H1 all-new entry-level commercial hatchback for a starting price of INR 480.5 thousand and going to INR 570.5 thousand (CNG variant).
The H1 is powered by the next-gen K-series 1.0L dual jet, dual VVT engine that produces 49 kW at 5,500 rpm of maximum power in the gasoline variant and 41.7 kW at 5,300 rpm in the CNG variant. The torque output is rated at 89 Nm at 3,500 rpm in gasoline mode and 82.1 Nm at 3,400 rpm in CNG mode. The vehicle offers a fuel-efficiency rating of 24.60 km/l for the gasoline variant, and 34.46 km/kg for the S-CNG variant.
With the latest generation of Alto K10, it comes with features like dual airbags, front seat belts with pre-tensioner and force limiter, seat belt reminders for both front and rear passengers, engine immobilizer, anti-lock braking system (ABS) with electronic brakeforce distribution (EBD), speed limiting system, reverse parking sensors, etc.
It measures 3,530 mm long, 1,490 mm wide, 1,520 mm high with a wheelbase of 2,380 mm.

Based on the Maruti Suzuki India press release

Apr 05, 2023

On April 4, Global NCAP announced the latest safety test results for Indian cars. The VW Virtus / Škoda Slavia achieved five stars in both adult and child occupant protection. The VW Virtus / Škoda Slavia achieved a top star rating for adult and child occupants showing a stable structure that offered good protection.
Maruti Suzuki WagonR scored one star in adult occupant protection and zero for child occupant protection. The Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 scored two stars for adult occupant protection and zero for child occupant protection. While the Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 showed a stable structure and marginal to good protection for the adult chest to head in the frontal impact, it showed weak protection to the chest in the side impact. The WagonR also offered weak chest protection for the driver despite the improvements in the restraint systems by Maruti Suzuki. Maruti Suzuki declined to nominate a Child Restraint System (CRS) for child passengers.

Based on Global NCAP press release

Dec 07, 2022

On November 11, Gabrial India, the flagship company of the Anand Group, announced that during the second quarter that ended on October 30, 2022, it marginally improved mainly on its share of business from Maruti Suzuki and the Toyota platform which includes the Grand Vitara, Brezza and the Toyota Hyryder. Further, they are generating volumes from the upcoming YWD i.e., Jinmy, and Y0M i.e., the new Alto in the pipeline.
Further, It also updated that they have already got the business from Volkswagen and Skoda for all the new vehicles which include the Slavia, Virtus, Kushaq, and Taigun. The company mentioned that they are gaining more and more models from Maruti Suzuki and also won orders from a model from Tata Motors and a confirmation for another one. Further, their talks with Volkswagen are under development.


Based on Gabriel India Limited Q2 FY ‘23 Earnings Conference Call

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