Posted Sat, 05/02/2009 - 13:42 by Anonymous
India's largest auto manufacturer, Maruti is going to launch the most eagerly anticipated car of 2009 - Maruti Ritz in Indian market in second week of May. Maruti Ritz price might be set in the range of Rs 4 to 6 lacs. Maruti Ritz has generated immense interest in the Indian auto market as this car has already been launched in Europe and replaced Maruti Wagon R there. Maruti has tried its best to build high quality, fit and finish of its most awaited product Maruti Ritz. From the Maruti Ritz pictures its seems that Maruti have got a winner in their hands.
Maruti Ritz Pictures : Exteriors
Definitely the first look of Maruti Ritz is much impressive. The aggressive stance of Maruti Ritz is well complimented with the stylish front look of a premium hatchback. Its aggressive front look, integrated bumpers, and stylish curves on the bonnet of Maruti Ritz gives it a complete masculine look. By viewing the Maruti Ritz pictures it seems that this car is going to storm the B+ segment small car market in India.
Maruti Ritz Pictures : Interiors
To see the interior Maruti Ritz pictures it seems that the design concept and interiors of Maruti Ritz is laid out by considering a Indian family in the mind. Maruti Ritz has enough interior space with generous leg space and head room for a 6ft tall person. The rear seats of Maruti Ritz is set higher than the front seats so all passengers can get a good view out, and all seats are comfortable enough.
By viewing the exterior Maruti Ritz picture its boot seems small, especially front-to-rear cabin, but from inside there is a spacious compartment hidden under the false floor with the space saver spare wheel hidden in another layer below that. The rear seats of Maruti Ritz can be fold down by just one movement per side by cushion cranking forward you can make more space for the descending backrest.
The colored surfaces of the dashboard of Maruti Ritz creates a casual look in the area of airbag and the upper part of instrument cluster. A digital LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) display is positioned at the lower side of speedometer and offers the driver useful information.