The Maruti 800 was instrumental in pushing the Indian automotive to where it is today. With the middleweight motorcycle segment sadly out of reach for the majority of motorcycle enthusiasts in the country, Nilesh from Pune has used the Maruti 800 powertrain
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It is called the Jiangnan TT. Although the iconic Maruti 800 has long been discontinued in the Indian market to make way for the Maruti Alto 800, you’d
Here is a wrap of recent automotive news from our neighbors Pakistan. 1. First ever computerized simulator uses a Suzuki FZ A 1982 Suzuki FX (Suzuki SS80),
The car that made hatchbacks endearing to Indians has rolled out of the assembly line for the very last time. A ‘Firebrick Red’ Maruti 800
Maruti 800 has the credit of putting India on wheels and the little car has cemented its place high on the Indian automotive history books.The M800 had been best the selling car in India for many years till around 2004 when Alto took over the title.
Is an era about to end? Is the car that started it all, ready to bid adieu to the Indian roads? DNA reports that Maruti Suzuki is ending the production
When the Alto started to outsell the Maruti 800, it was pretty obvious that Maruti Suzuki has moved on from the 800 era and Alto is the new entry level car from the automaker’s stable.The company didn’t even bother to update the engine to BS4
By Kaustubh ShindeThe most iconic workhorse of India has found a new stable in China! The Chinese Auto manufacturer Jiangnan Auto, who ceased producing this car a while ago, sold the rights and manufacturing equipment to Zotye (which, if you don't
Wishes of common man answered!My EnvisageThe dream that was vision in 2003 from the glass of the back bench of the ultra luxury car, seeing a family of 4 souring in the rain on the scooter has been realised on 18th July 2009 when Chairman
Maruti Suzuki has scrapped its plans of phasing out the Omni. The company is now working to upgrade the existing engine to make it BSIV compatible, as the mini van is still doing brisk sales (avg 7000 units/mth). The Maruti 800 however, will be phased
Maruti Suzuki will be discontinuing the sales of Maruti 800 and Omni mini-van, in 11 major cities from 2010, due to stricter emission norms - Bharat Stage IV that will take effect next year.Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune,
Maruti Suzuki India today revealed its plans to replace three of its cars — the WagonR, Omni and Versa. A person dealing with the projects said the new WagonR will be based on the Suzuki’s MR Wagon platform(like the existing model), but the exterior
India's largest carmaker - Maruti Suzuki has yet again hiked the prices (since its last hike in October'08) of its cars by Rs 5,000-10,000 with effect
After the infamous tumultuous journey, the most eagerly anticipated car of 2009 (as per our polls)- The Tata Nano, may finally roll out on January 26.
[singlepic=119,320,240,,] Maruti 800, the city car manufactured by Maruti Suzuki in India since 1984, has started showing signs of extinction. The root cause being, the stringent Euro-4 emission norms that all the car makers need to follow from 2010.