The Maruti Alto 800 is one of the cheapest cars available in India. While it does offer essentials like air-conditioning and power steering, it misses out on some other features. However, Maruti offers a host of official accessories that can help buyers add some more features to their entry-level hatchback.
The Maruti Alto 800 is an entry-level hatchback. Hence, there aren’t many high-end official accessories that Maruti Suzuki has on offer. That said, the accessories that can be bought from authorized dealerships are highly useful and can be installed without affecting the car’s warranty. For the car’s front-end, you can get bumper corner protectors to save your bumper from getting minor scratches. You can also install a pair of fog lamps. For the side profile, you get door side beadings to protect the side profile from minor scratches. You can also install door visors to make the side profile more stylish.
You can install a remote central locking system to enhance convenience and security. Also, Maruti offers many seat covers, which have been priced between Rs 4,490 and Rs 4,890. You can also install a single-din music system. The Sony-sourced unit costs Rs 5,990 while the JVC unit costs Rs 5,400. You can pair the head unit with Sony, Pioneer or Nippon speakers. Audiophiles can even go for a Hertz speaker + amplifier setup. Reverse parking sensors can be installed for Rs 3,494. Other than this, you can get a body cover and even a car air purifier.
Here’s a quick look at all the official accessories with their prices (in INR)
- Bumper Corner Protectors – 550
- Fog lamps – 3,290
- Door Visors – 990
- Door Side Beading – 1,050
- Central Locking with Remote – 7,366
- Seat Covers – 4,490 – 4,890
- Gear Lock – 1,358
- Single Din Music System (Sony) – 5,990
- Single Din Music System (JVC) – 5,400
- Pair of Speakers – 2,200 (Sony), 1,700 (Pioneer), 1,090 (Nippon)
- Hertz Amplifier + Speaker package – Rs 16,490
- Car Air Purifier – NA
- Smart Key Finder – 990
- Body Cover – 1,150
- Reverse Parking Sensors – 3,494
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