24 January, 2013 : Maruti Suzuki India has launched a limited edition version of its flagship vehicle, the Omni van. The special edition Omni gets many new features including floor mats , new seat covers, a CD player with four-speakers and AUX input support and the left side ORVM. The engine however remains the same 3-cylinder, 796cc petrol engine that churns out the maximum power output of 37bhp and 62Nm of torque.
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|Variants||Fuel Type||Mileage (kmpl)||Transmission||Engine Description||Power|
||34.2bhp @ 5000rpm|
||34.2bhp @ 5000rpm|
|E MPI STD BS IV||12.6||16.8||Manual||796cc
||34.2bhp @ 5000rpm|
||34.2bhp @ 5000rpm|
Maruti Suzuki is among the companies that drives the Indian car industry, pioneering great innovations with each release and each revamp of its models. This is a brand that holds a greatly prominent share of the car market in our country, and has been a major player in this industry for more than three decades now. Most of the machines that the company drives to city roads are meant for utility more than style and glamor, and come with a nominal price tag meant to cater to the common man's needs. The company holds true to its simple and functional design with all of its models, and manages to keep most of them at the top of its audience's list without having to go out of the way with adding style and luxury. Among the great vehicles that the company has set forth is the Omni, a mini van. This is a machine that was originally released by Suzuki under the name of 'Carry'. When originally set out in other countries, it was brought out with a variantly different format. The machine went through numerous revisions and upgrades, and was eventually released in India under the title 'Omni'. This is among the most modest and humbly built Vans in history, yet capable of serving its purpose and keeping the necessities fulfilled within it. The mini van comes with a greatly illustrious history that defies the expectations that were set forth upon it both by conventional thought and by the company. It was taken up by numerous agencies as the primary vehicle. Today, most of the ambulances we see on the roads of our cities are Omnis, helping to bridge the modest needs of common man and to provide service to them through all means. The van is also taken up by numerous other companies and fields of work. It was originally brought out in 1988, and since then, the van has been a large part of the Indian roads. The mini van is meant for humble and contained driving ability. It has a 4 stoke cycle, water cooled engine. The power plant has 6 valves integrated together, and delivers a displacement value of 796cc. All of this together yields a greatly formidable performance. Furthermore, it touches a top speed of about 126kmph, and this is also spectacular heart from this modest machine.
The interior finish of the vehicle is meant for delight of a different type. The seats and the cabin arena is covered with a good choice of cloth, along with accents of metal and wood for a better overall feel. This is a minivan, and as a result, it has an exalting space within it. Altogether, the cabin of the machine has the capacity to seat 8 adults. It is the perfect buy for large families and for those looking to gather a crowd and head for a road-trip. It is also meant for a good amount of luxury for its passengers whilst seated inside it. Beside its seating, it has ample cargo space at the back for the most loaded good carrying facilities. The rear trunk space issues enormous room for luggage from the passengers. Reclinable front seats provide comfort for the passengers at the front, alongside adjustable front seat head restraints. The driver's seat has a sliding facility, and this brings an extra mile in terms of the pampering that the man behind the wheel is served by the vehicle. A rear view mirror is present on the inside, giving optimum fielded view for the best comfort and safety in one. The floors of the machine have carpets for a cleaner field and vision always. A steering lock provides safety as well as convenience. The vehicle also has compartments for holding spare items, such as a glove compartment with locking facility. The dashboard has a cup holder present within it. Standard seatbelts arm the front and rear seats, with a static facility in the rear seatbelts for added safety. Assist grips exhaust all comfort necessities of the passengers, present at both the front and back. All of this is together wrapped whole with the coolly designed, two tone upholstery that is befitted to the vehicle's inside.
Now steering to a more bold outlook, the vehicle is built for a feel of loud menace mingled with soft elegance. The mini van has a most modest build, no larger than a large car. It has a rectangular, clean cut shape that has little sensual appeal imbibed in it, and yet manages to stand out by its own accord. The front is shaped with a slight lean from the windscreen to the bumper. A thin grille is posted below the windscreen, with the headlamps by either side. The emblem of the company is right over the centre of the grille. It rises to the roof in the most crisp and inelegant manner, and runs down towards the rear. The fenders by the side are small and humble, with a more miniature sized wheel for the sides of the vehicle. By the sides of the rear, the headlamps are thin and rectangular, with little stylizing. Body graphics paint additional splendor to the look of the vehicle. A host of other features give the vehicle an enhanced appeal, including a front and rear thermoplastic bumper, a laminated glass windscreen, mud flaps at the front and rear, and clear lens headlamps. The machine has been gifted with a great balance and precision system to go along with its performance. Being a minivan as it is, the Omni needs to strike the right stability to keep itself together with the lanky posture that it takes up. As a result, Maruti leaves nothing unturned in providing the perfect blend of braking and suspension for the benefit of those seated in this vehicle. The calipers arming the brakes at the front and rear are advanced and upto the mark, with discs at the front and drums at the rear. Additional stability is provided with the help of a good suspension system as well. The front axle has McPherson strut, while the rear axle gets a leap spring with shock absorbers for maximum ease when driving. All put together, the Omni is given the benefit of a truly extraordinary stability and balance for the length of its drive. Coming to the last and the most prime instrument of a vehicle's design, the Omni has top notch safety design within it. It is upto-date on all conventional features of safety, and it brings to the fore three point seatbelts and a good body format for optimum impact protection. A 2 speed windshield wiper keeps the screen clean during rain and other rough conditions. All of this put together, this is a machine that guarantees the very best to its passengers, fulfilling its purpose as a machine of function that delivers everything that one needs.
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|E MPI STD BS IV |
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