Maruti Suzuki India has been on an upgrading spree with major cars like Swift and WagonR getting revamped with upgraded safety features and all new engines that meet the safety guidelines laid out by the Indian government. Now the Indian automobile major also plans to upgrade the smallest car in their line-up with a host of safety features and a BS VI compliant engine.
Launched in 2000, the car replaced the iconic Maruti 800 and has enjoyed the crown of Maruti's best selling car for a span of 4 years.
According to a TOI report, Maruti Suzuki MD and CEO Kenichi Ayukawa admitted that the present Alto "has become older, and we have to upgrade".
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