Reportedly maruti Suzuki india is preparing to introduce a brand new vehicle in the market by the end of September 2019. Rumors are that the country's largest carmaker will call the vehicle S-Presso. However, there is no official word from the company on the name yet. Maruti Suzuki S-Presso will reportedly have as many as four variants.
Powering maruti Suzuki S-Presso will be a BS6-compliant, 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, K10B engine. This engine is currently available with Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 but in a BS4 iteration. In Alto K10, the power train delivers 68 hp and 90 Nm of torque and is available with a 5-speed manual gearbox and an optional AGS (auto gear shift).
According to a report, maruti Suzuki S-Presso will have an automatic transmission option. Out of the four variants, the automatic transmission will be available in the higher-trims. Other than this, the width and height are 1,520 mm and 1,564 mm, respectively. The wheelbase will be 2,380 mm long. The upcoming car will have a 180 mm ground clearance. The fuel tank will have 27-litre capacity.
Auto sector continues to be on slide due to low consumer demand Reportedly there is no relief for the auto sector in India as SIAM (Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers) data for the month of September show that passenger vehicle sales plunged by 23.69 per cent. The commercial vehicle sales were down by 62.11 per cent in September. This means the slump in vehicular sale has continued in the eleventh straight month at a time when the country's auto sector
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