Maruti AMT cars: a list by Autoportal.com
Maruti Suzuki has monopolized the Indian automobile sector, from the 1980s and though many other players have entered the field, they have maintained their monopoly. Once cars with AMT, or Automatic Manual transmission were introduced in India, it was noticed that there is a huge demand for them, thanks to the ease of handling AMT cars, on Indian road conditions. Maruti started producing cars with AMT. Some of the cars of Maruti, with AMT are listed below.
This is the first car produced by Maruti, with the AMT kit integrated into it. Celerio , costing between 4.13-5.93 lakhs, sold in many variants, of which 6 petrol variants are fitted with AMT, and these cars are being sold at a faster rate than the manual transmission attached variants, as there is no difference in the costs of the manual transmission powered and AMT Celeries . Also Check About Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Price in India, Specs, Photos, Mileage Visit at Autoportal.com
2 variants of the Alto K10 are sold in AMT, costing 4.12-4.21 lakhs. It was after seeing the immense success of the AMT powered Celerio, that other Maruti cars were also fitted with AMT kits. The mileage of the AMT-attached Alto K10 is also great at 24.07 km/l.
While the Wagon R is sold in 5 petrol and one petrol+CNG variant, AMT has been fitted into 2 of the petrol variants. The cost of the AMT powered Wagon R is 4.93-5.26 lakhs and mileage is 20.51 km/l, which is same as the manual transmission attached Wagon R.
Wagon R Stingray
In order to target the youth of the country, Maruti brought out the sportier version of the Wagon R, naming it Stingray, sold in 6 petrol variants, out of which 2 are sold with integrated AMT, the cost of which is 5.14-5.47 lakhs and the mileage is a decent 20.51 km/l.
Ritz has also been incorporated with AMT, recently, and the cost of the AMT variant of Ritz is 6.29 lakhs. The mileage of the AMT Ritz is lesser than the manual transmission one, with the former being 17.16 km/l and the latter being 18.5-23.2 km/l.
This is another Maruti car, which has 1 petrol variant with AMT and the cost of it is 7.03 lakhs. The mileage of the AMT Baleno is 21.04 km/l, which is almost same as the mileage of the manual transmission Baleno.
This sedan is being sold in 1 diesel and 2 petrol variants, which are AMT-integrated, while all the others have manual transmission. The cost of the AMT DZire is 6.88-7.08-8.50 lakhs.
This MPV is sold in both petrol and diesel and one petrol variant is sold in AMT mode. Costing 8.67 lakhs, the Ertiga AMT gives a mileage of 17.03 km/l.