Yes, The Maruti Suzuki India has stopped manufacturing the Maruti 800 model, as the new emission norms, BS-IV have been implemented in 13 major Indian cities. Few months back company was planning to launch a new and BS-IV compatible version of this car, but as Maruti Alto is performing well in Indian market, the company has decided to phase-out this car from India. Company has stopped selling the Maruti 800 in 13 major Indian cities and it will discontinue selling it in a phased manner from allover the India.
Repainting cost depends on the vendor among other factors. It should be in the whereabouts of 25k-30k. Moreover, you may also get in touch with the Maruti authorized service station for the same. Please click here to find the Maruti service stations. Select the desired city in the drop down list.
"XI" indicates that car is equipped with a petrol engine and "DI" indicates that car is equipped with a diesel engine.
LXI stands for base variant.
VXI means it is a full option car.
ZXI means added featured car along with full option like ABS, Airbags etc.
If you see LDI, VDI, ZDI - it is a car with respective features and the difference is that it replaces XI with DI which means that it is a diesel car.
In general, throughout the range, Maruti nomenclature shows that the LXI/LDI are the lowest versions loaded with just the bare minimum. The VXI/VDI are the next that come in the line with some added creature comforts and cosmetic beauty. The ZXI/ZDI are the top end variants loaded to the boot with all the possible cosmetics and comfort equipments that can be packed into the car.