Maruti New Estilo CNG Review

The Maruti Suzuki has enjoyed considerable success with its Maruti Ritz car within the Indian automobile market. Following this success the company would be launching the Maruti Ritz CNG version so as to strengthen its market position. The car is expected to become available in the Indian market at the end of 2010.

Maruti New Estilo CNG

Maruti New Estilo CNG

The Maruti New Estilo CNG review indicates that the car will have option of CNG feature along with 998cc, 3-cylinder, MPFI, KB series petrol engine. This engine will be able to deliver power of 68 bhp at 6200 rpm along with peak torque of 90 Nm at 3500 rpm. The KB series engine is regarded as one of the most fuel efficient engines.

The length of the car is 3600mm and its width is 1475mm while its height is 1595mm. The car can seat 5 individuals and has McPherson strut front suspension along with torsion type roll control for the rear. The car has turning circle of 4.60 metres and it has power steering as well.

The car has front disk and rear drum brake system. The engine of the car is mated with 5 manual gears and the car has ground clearance of 165mm. The kerb weight of the car is 845 kgs and it has fuel tank capacity of 35 litres.

Maruti New Estilo CNG Mileage

The car offers mileage of 14 km/litre in the city while the mileage on the highway is around 19 km/litre.

Maruti New Estilo CNG Interiors

The interiors of the car have features like air conditioner without the climate control feature. The car has remote boot, remote fuel filler. The driver’s seat can be manually adjusted and the rear seats can also be folded.

Maruti New Estilo CNG Safety features

The safety features in the car include airbags and anti lock brake system.

Maruti New Estilo CNG Price and design variations

The price of the car is expected to be around Rs 4.25 lakhs and the car will be available in a single design variation.

Maruti New Estilo CNG Colors

The car is expected to be available in the colors of normal Estilo.

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Tim Webbar on November 9th 2010 in Car Reviews, Maruti

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