Tyre for MARUTI 800

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Maruti 800 is a small city car that was manufactured by Maruti Suzuki in India from 1983 to 2013.[3] The first generation (SS80) was based on the 1979 Suzuki Fronte and had an 800 cc F8B engine, hence the moniker. Widely regarded as the most influential automobile in India, about 2.87 million 800s were produced during its course of which 2.66 million were sold in India itself.[4]

With over 30 years of production, Maruti 800 remains the second longest production car in India, next only toHindustan Ambassador.

In the 1980s and early 1990s, the name “Maruti” was synonymous with the Maruti 800. It remained the best-selling car in India until 2004, when the Maruti Alto[5] took the title. It was also exported to a number of countries in South Asia including Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and was also available in Morocco and selected European markets, sold as the Suzuki Maruti. In an elaborate ceremony held in New Delhi on 14 December 1983, then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi handed over keys of the very first car to Mr. Harpal Singh, who won the ownership rights through a lucky draw. The original 800 was based on the Suzuki Fronte SS80, but a modernized version using the body of the second-generation Alto (SB308) was presented in 1986.

Maruti Suzuki had begun a phase-out of Maruti 800 beginning in April 2010. Maruti Suzuki did not have plans to upgrade it to Euro IV or BS IV emission norms. Starting in April 2010, Maruti halted sales of the car in 13 major cities: the four metros ofChennai, Delhi, Kolkatta, Mumbai and 9 other cities including Kanpur, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad, Agra andSurat, where the law made it mandatory for the vehicles sold to be Euro IV compliant.



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