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Maruti Suzuki has discontinued the bottom variants of the Alto and S-Presso.

The discontinued variants featured a single driver airbag, which incorporates the STD and LXi variants of the Alto, and the STD, LXi and VXi variants of the S-Presso. The Alto’s STD(O) trim, which was beforehand out there with twin airbags, has additionally been discontinued.

Maruti Suzuki has achieved this to adjust to laws launched by the federal government in January 2022 that mandates that every one automobiles be fitted with twin airbags. The Alto’s new base variant is the LXi(O), which, at ₹ 4.08 lakh, prices ₹ 83,000 greater than the earlier entry-level trim — the STD variant.

The S-Presso’s new beginning costs have additionally been revised to ₹ 3.99 lakh for the STD(O) trim, costing ₹ 13,000 greater than its earlier base variant.

Earlier, clients had an choice to pay an extra ₹ 7,000 on variants with single airbags and equip them with a passenger-side airbag. Maruti Suzuki additionally practised this on the earlier generations of the Wagon R and Celerio.

The automaker is at the moment testing the third-generation Alto, which can characteristic an all-new platform together with exterior and inside updates. Moreover, it’s also engaged on a Creta-rivalling midsize SUV in collaboration with Toyota.


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