Maruti Suzuki says revamped Alto to sell from 244,000 rupees

NEW DELHI Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:42pm IST

An employee walks through parked cars at Maruti Suzuki's stockyard on the outskirts of the Ahmedabad March 1, 2011. REUTERS/Amit Dave/Files

An employee walks through parked cars at Maruti Suzuki's stockyard on the outskirts of the Ahmedabad March 1, 2011.

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Maruti Suzuki(MRTI.NS) has launched a revamped version of the world's biggest-selling small car at a base price of 244,000 rupees, the company's managing director said on Tuesday.

The new Alto 800's starting price is less than its predecessor's initial price, Shinzo Nakanishi told reporters.

Maruti, controlled by Japan's Suzuki Motor (7269.T), has had over 10,000 pre-orders for the new model, Nakanishi said earlier on Tuesday.

(Reporting by Anurag Kotoky; Editing by Daniel Magnowski)

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