The Maruti Suzuki Alto has not only been the company's best-selling nameplate but also its mainstay vehicle. 

With significant improvements in its new avatar, the third generation of the Alto complies

with the most recent BS6 Phase 2 standards. Our road test covers all the specifics of the Alto K10

 it competes with the more recent entry-level Renault Kwid as well as its actual on-road performance.

The new Alto has expanded in size since it is now built on the Heartect platform used by the automaker

underlie various models, from the Celerio to the XL6. Its wheelbase is longer than that of its forebear

 For a basic city vehicle, the dimensions are still pleasant and small

We aren’t particularly fans of its quirky design, though this might be subjective. 

However, Maruti has still done a good job with the paint quality, panel gaps, and fit and finish for a car that's still

The highways are where you feel the need for a more planted car to cruise at triple-digit speeds. The Alto K10 is better at 50-70kmph