Maruti 800 Std BSIII Price In India And Specifications| Indian Price of Maruti Suzuki 800 Std BSIII And Specifications

Maruti 800 Std BSIII
Specifications:
Body Style
Sedan  
Engine
796 CC
Dimensions (LxWxH):
3335 x 1440 x 1405 mm
Fuel
Petrol
Mileage
14.2 km/liter
Transmission
Manual

Dimensions and Weights
Overall Length
3335 mm
Overall Width
1440 mm
Overall Height
1405 mm
Wheel Base
2175 mm
Ground Clearance
170 mm
Boot Space
--
Kerb Weight
650 Kg
No of Doors
4 door

Engine
Displacement
796 cc
Power
37.5@5,000 (PS@rpm)
Torque
6@2,500 (kgm@rpm)
Valve Mechanism
SOHC
Compression Ratio
--
No of Cylinders
3
Cylinder Configuration
Inline
Valves per Cylinder
--
Fuel Type
Petrol
Fuel System


Steering
Steering Type
Rack & pinion
Power Assisted
Standard
Minimum Turning
Radius
4.4 m
Capacity
Seating Capacity
4
Fuel Tank Capacity
28

Fuel Efficiency
Mileage (Highway)
18.7 km/liter
Mileage (City)
13.1 km/liter
Mileage (Overall)
14.2 km/liter

Performance
Maximum Speed
144 Km/Hour

Transmission
Transmission Type
Manual
Gears/Speeds
4

Suspensions
Front Suspension
McPherson strut & coil
spring
Rear Suspension
Coil spring

Brakes
Front Brakes
Disc
Rear Brakes
Drum

Wheels & Tyres
Wheel Type
--
Wheel Size
--
Tyres
145/70 R12
Feature
Availability
Air Conditioner
No
Power Windows
No
Power Door Locks
No
Power Steering
No
Anti-Lock Braking System
No
Traction Control
No
Driver Air-Bags
No
Passenger Air-Bags
No
Immobilizer
Yes
Cup Holders
No
Folding Rear-Seat
Yes
Rear Wash Wiper
No
Alloy Wheels
No
Tubeless Tyres
No
Central Locking
No
Remote Boot/Fuel-Lid
No
Steering Adjustment
No
Tachometer
No
Child Safety Locks
No
Front Fog Lights
No
Rear Defroster
No
Defogger (Rear)
No
Leather Seats
No
Power Seats
No
AM/FM Radio
No
Cassette Player
No
CD Player
No
Sun-Roof
No
Moon-Roof
No

Maruti 800 is a best seller car from the stable of India's largest car maker Maruti Suzuki. It maintained its status of India's best selling car for many years until it was outsold by another Maruti small car model Alto in the year 2004. Alto is still the best selling car of India. Launched in 1984, Maruti 800 instantly became a success. The car was then competing with Premier Padmini and Hindustan Motors Ambassador. It is sold in various countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Chile. The car is sold as Suzuki Mehran in the South Asian country of Pakistan. The small car Maruti 800 has overall length of 3335 mm, overall width of 1440 mm and overall height of 1403 mm. The car with ground clearance of 170 mm has kerb weight of 665 kg. The 4 door car has seating capacity of 5 persons. The 796 cc engine of the car delivers a maximum power of 37bhp@5000rpm and a maximum torque of 59Nm@2500rpm. The car offers mileage of 18.7 km/liter on high ways, 13.1 km/liter on city roads and overall it offers mileage of 14.22 km/liter. The car can run at the maximum speed of 144 km/hour. Maruti 800 is currently sold in 5 various versions in India. It is available in both petrol and LPG options. The versions include Maruti 800 Std BSIII, Maruti 800 Std LPG, Maruti 800 AC BSIII, Maruti 800 AC LPG and Maruti 800 Uniq. Maruti 800 used to be India's least expensive car until the arrival of the high-profile small car Tata Nano. As of now the base version of Maruti 800 comes at the price of Rs. 1.8 lakh. (ex-showroom, New Delhi), while the high-end Maruti 800 Uniq comes at the price of Rs. Rs. 2.2 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).

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