Maruti Suzuki Omni is the cheapest micro-van in the Indian market. Not much has changed in the external design since it was launched in 1985. There is no
radiator grille, but there are body bumpers. The front is plain except for the windshield and rectangular headlamps. The side profile is dominated by two
rear sliding doors. The Omni comes with a 5 and 8 seat option. The upholstery is dual tone which adds colour to the interior. There is enough leg room for
passengers. Good quality fabric is used on the seats and flooring.
Maruti Suzuki Omni comes with a petrol engine that produces 786 cc and a power output of 32 bhp along with torque of 57 Nm. You can also opt for an LPG
The engine makes the Omni unique. It follows a front mid - engine rear wheel drive layout that creates space for passengers and cargo. This also puts the
engine right underneath the passenger seat.
The car comes with basic accessories like cup holders and a glove box. The brakeage system consists of disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the
rear. The small turning radius allows the car to be easily maneuverable, especially around tight corners. Seat belts and a high impact beam make up the
safety features of Maruti Suzuki Omni.
Tata Venture and Maruti Suzuki Eeco are its main competitors. Maruti Suzuki Omni beats them by being more affordable and having a higher elevation from the
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