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The Maruti Omni is a microvan manufactured by Suzukis Indian subsidiary Maruti Suzuki. The first version of Maruti Omni had a 796 cc (49 cu in) inline-three engine, same as the Maruti 800 city car. Sold simply as the Maruti Van, this was the second vehicle to be launched by Maruti. It arrived one year after the 800, in 1984. The name was changed to “Omni” in 1988. It received a facelift in 1998,[40] and further minor revisions in 2005, when improvements were made to the exterior and the interior, and new colours became available.[41] Later version of the Omni includes the:

  • Omni (E), released in 1996, an 8-seater microbus version
  • Omni XL – 1999, as the Omni E but with a higher roof.
  • Omni Cargo LPG – 2004, created to answer the growing popularity of this car being used as an inter-city cargo vehicle.[42]
  • Omni LPG – 2003, same 796 cc engine, added with a factory fitted LPG Kit, authorised by the Indian RTOs (Regional Transport Offices). This makes it the most economic four-wheeler in India, as far as driving costs are concerned.
  • Omni Ambulance – A Omni E, designed for ambulance usage. This is the most common type of ambulances found in Indian cities.

The Omni could be divided into two categories: the family version and the cargo version. The newer family version has two extra seats directly behind the front seating and facing away towards the rear of the van making it an eight seater. Older versions are modified by individual owners to add additional capacity this way. The cargo version is completely devoid of back seats. Both versions have sliding back doors and hatchbacks.[43]

The Omni (E) has the following official specifications (2010):[44]

Name Vehicle Specifications
Max. Speed: 100 km/h (62 mph)
Initial acceleration: 0-60 km/h (37 mph) in 10 seconds
Fuel: Petrol
Fuel consumption in city: 13–14 km/L (7.7–7.1 L/100 km)
Fuel consumption on highways: 16–17 km/L (6.3–5.9 L/100 km)
Power: 37 bhp (28 kW) at 5,000 rpm
Construction: Cast iron
Displacement: 796 cc
Ignition: Multipoint fuel injection
Layout: 3-cylinder in-line
Max. Torque: 62 N·m (46 ft·lbf) at 3,000 rpm
Valve train: 2 valves per cylinder
Transmission: Manual- 4-speed
Front Suspension: MacPherson strut with gas filled shock absorbers
Rear Suspension: Leaf spring with shock absorbers
Front Brakes: Booster Assisted Disc
Rear Brakes: Drum
Tyres: 145 R-12 LT 6PR (Radial)

The initial versions were so basic that the interior dashboard even lacked a fan blower opening as a standard.

 

 

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