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Maruti A Star Specifications
Dimension & Weights
|Overall Length||3500 mm|
|Overall Width||1600 mm|
|Overall Height||1490 mm|
|Ground Clearance||170 mm|
|No of Cylinders||3|
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Maruti A Star Features
|Maruti A Star||VXI Airbag||Lxi||Vxi||Zxi||Vxi (ABS) AT|
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Maruti A Star Colors
- Paradise Blue
- MidNight Black
- Glistening Grey
- Bright Red
- Caffeine Brown
- Artic White
- Silky Silver
Expert Test Review
A small car on the outside is bound to be small on the inside too – the A-Star being the perfect example. Step in and immediately you notice the space, infact, the lack of it! Though tall people can sit up front without an issue, doing so leaves room at the back only for kids! Further, you also notice the narrow width once you start rubbing shoulders with your co-passenger. However, if you neglect this, the cabin of the car is pretty decent. The A-Star is built to a price and hence keep in this in mind while touching the panels or looking at the overall design. The steering is on the larger side though the side taps for the horn are a good touch. The crimson illuminated speedometer is huge and the tachometer (for ZXi) sits on the right side, between the console and the right side air-con vents. The centre console is finished in silver and the car gets storage places below the audio system, above the glove-box and in front of the gear lever. At night, the backlight illumination is in a shade of red and looks good.
Though comfort is good up front, the trouble is at the rear. It is hard to seat five in comfort in this car and hence the A-Star is best suited for small and micro Indian families. The VXi and ZXi models get premium seat fabric and the latter also gets rear parcel tray and vanity mirrors.
The 5050 rear split seats have enhanced user convenience and boot space usage.
The speedometer in the A-star has sporty look to it and is clearly visible to the driver.
The gear lever of the A-Star is well within the reach of the driver and looks well placed in the middle console.
There is a cup holders in the A-Star.
The glovebox has good space and one can store lot of things inside the Glovebox. It is well fitted in the dashboard
There is an integrated audio system in the A-Star which has good quality sound.
The air conditioner in the car works well and cools the car efficiently at high temperature outside.
There is an arm rest at the door of the A-Star but no separate arm rest inside the car.
The air vents are placed nicely inside the front dashboard and circulates air well inside the car.
The seats are comfortable specially the front driver seat it has nice cushion to it and is adjustable to the drivers benefit. The thigh support could have been better.
A-Star has 1230990mm of leg room space inside the car. The taller persons might have some problems with the leg room.
A-Star has 815620 mm of knee room space in the car.
A-Star has 1185mm of shoulder space inside the car
A-Star has 880mm of head room space which can be a bit of a problem for the 6-footer.
A-Star uses power assisted rack and pinion type of steering wheel which is able to handle the car very well in higher speeds.
A-Star has an option of power windows.
There is a keyless entry option for A-Star
Driver information display
The driver information display has nothing special in it except few warning lamps and fuel meter.
The A-Star has very good exterior design – cute, bubbly and cheerful would be the best words to describe this car. At the same time though, ‘unusual’, is the first word that many have in mind when they see this car in flesh. Huge, popped out headlamps reminiscent of a frog’s eyes, an enormous bumper with an equally humongous central air dam – the A-star is a big departure from your regular City hatch. The lip for the unusually small bonnet is unusually high, a big Suzuki ‘S’ fills in for the missing grille. The front overhang of the car is pretty short and lends it a sporty look. This is given company by the side profile of the A-Star which has a coupe like appearance due to the upward slopping rear window and the thick C pillar. The car’s wheel arches are slightly flared while at the rear, the huge bumper and the cute tail lamps grab your attention. The boot door is small and so is the space inside! The high mounted brake light is a standard feature on all the three variants. The overall size of the car is very small – it has an overall length of just 3500mm, width of 1600mm and height of 1490mm.
The A-Star sits on 13-inch steel wheels and is sold in nine different colors.
Theres a fair bit of attitude on display here. With its tucked-in-tight roof, those fantastic three-dimensional lamps and sporty wide stance, this is no tall-boy matchbox. Maruti A-Star catches the eye at first sight with its European styling and aerodynamic design. From front to rear, its a great piece of designing that has resemblance of sports car with a hatchback design. The front face of the Maruti A-Star is dressed with frog eye-shaped extended headlamps, wide open shaped grille slot, sm
The rear side view of the Maruti A-Star is quite stylish attributed to its vertically placed taillight, boot lid, and compact rear windscreen; the bumper has body match as well. The car comes with high-mounted brake light that gives clear signal to the drivers behind.
The manually adjustable ORVMs and door handles are painted in body colour which enhances the sporty and stylish look of the four-wheeler. The door opening is wide enough to allow all size passengers to easily enter and exit the vehicle.
The ground clearance of A-Star is about 170mm.
A-Star has body coloured bumpers and the front bumpers have been occupied by the huge grill at the front.
The headlamps are quite big inside and add a unique look of the car. It provides goo illumination at the dark.
The rear tail lamps are simple designed and is visible clearly from a long distance.
A-Star has integrated Fog lamps at the front bumper and gives good vision at bad weathers.
The tyres lack grip, and this may prove to be more problematic when the roads are wet A-Star uses 15589 r 13 tyres for its wheels
The Maruti A-Star facelift in 2012 the top end version now comes with new alloy wheels
The outside mirrors are electronically operated but this feature is only available in the high end models.
Maruti A-Star is available in the following colors Metallic Sunlight Copper Midnight black Silky silver Bright red Azure Grey Pearl Metallic Superior white
A-Star has no option for rear wipers at the back.
There is no roof rail in the car.
There is no sun roof in the car.
There is no spoiler in the car.
There is no side step in the car.
They spare wheel of the A-Star is placed inside the boot of the car.
Maruti is known for its small capacity petrol engines and the KB series units are no different. The A-Star gets the smaller KB10 unit that has a displacement of 998cc and puts out 67PS of power along with 90Nm of torque. The talking point here is the overall weight of the car, between 860 and 880 kilos. This makes the A-Star have peppy performance and the engine responds very well for city usage. The 5-speed manual gearbox is joy to use and the A-Star turns out to be a terrific city car. Outright acceleration is very good and as far as top speeds go, this car can show 150+ on the speedometer easily!
The engine is smooth though does have the typical 3-cylinder vibe.
The A-Star also comes with the option of a 4-speed automatic gearbox. This is a boon for city use and along with the peppy motor makes the A-Star one of the best options for those looking at investing into a small automatic hatchback.
Engine & Performance Details
During the test ride taken by our auto experts, it was found that the Maruti A-Star Automatic takes 17.5 seconds to cover 0-100 Kmph mark that is quite remarkable for a hatchback.
The top speed of 140 while after the top speed of 125 Kmph, it starts shaking or vibrating but below that speed, the car runs as smooth as butter.
Maruti Suzuki A-Star can touch between 40 to 60 Kmph overtaking at 4.95 seconds in third gear and 80 to 100 in 5.75 seconds.
A-Star is offered in both 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic gearbox.
A-Star has 998cc engine which produces 67.92ps of power @ 6200rpm.
A-Star produces 90Nm of torque at 3500rpm.
Maruti A-Star is thought to be the best in fuel efficient cars of its class and generate more power, no noise and lower vibration and harshness.
The A-Star gets the smaller KB10 unit that has a displacement of 998cc and puts out 67PS of power along with 90Nm of torque.On the economy front, the car has an ARAI rated economy of 19kmpl which means getting 14kmpl in city is easy. As per ARAI, the auto A-Star, at 16.98kmpl, has an efficiency drop of over 10%.
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|Maruti A Star VXI Airbag||--|
|Maruti A Star Lxi||19 kmpl|
|Maruti A Star Vxi||19 kmpl|
|Maruti A Star Zxi||19 kmpl|
|Maruti A Star Vxi (ABS) AT||16.98 kmpl|
City fuel economy
A-Star returns 14.5 Kmpl in the city.
Highway fuel economy
A-Star returns 20 Kmpl in the highways.
ARAI rated economy
the ARAI rated fuel economy of the A-Star is at 16.98 Kmpl.
The tank range of the A-Star is 665 Kmpl approx.
The speed sensitive steering is another highlight, making this small hatchbacks fun to drive in city, on the highways and around hills or corners. You can really enjoy the A-Star in all forms of driving and the small size means squeezing into gaps is a child’s play.The top end model comes with ABS which aids in emergency braking situations.
Handling Braking & Safety Details
Attack corners and the car exhibits a bit of slip and slide thats really entertaining at these relatively low speeds, the A-star driving with a confidence thats infectious. And the direct steering and the well-weighted brakes are all part of the cars well-tuned driving manners. But though the A-stars really nice to drive in the city, start-stop traffic gets its goat. The motor is pretty responsive after 2000rpm, the steering quick and light and the brakes are well weighted too, but jerky thr
Maruti A-Star has been equipped with latest braking that the car stops from 100-0 in about 4.03 seconds.
Maruti A-Star got a minor revamp in 2012 in which ABS with EBD are made optional on the top-end variant. ABS prevents wheel locking-up of wheels under heavy braking and ensures no skidding while EBD promises more or less braking pressure to all wheels with a view to increase braking power along with balancing control. Latest safety equipments in the car include dual airbags (optional on VXi model) which protect the front seat occupants in case of front collision. Other safety guards include engi
There is an option for ABS in the car.
There is no option for traction control in the car but it does have an EBD as an option.
The first thing that strikes you while driving the A-Star at high speeds is the stability factor – this is largely due its wide track. The overall feel with this car is very positive. However, this is till the roads are good. The high rigidity suspension frame imbibed in the strut mounting areas ensure a sense of stiffness but at the same time, driving through bad roads does shake up the cabin quite a bit. This is a small car and hence, such a behavior is accepted. Highway duties though are done nicely.
Comfort & Suspension Details
Maruti A-Star comes with a host of comfort features that make sure of driver and passenger's comfort. The new Maruti A-Star Automatic is available with driver seat adjustment which is a much-demanded feature. If we talk about the space inside the front seat row, it has sufficient legroom, headroom and shoulder room. In line with the customer feedback, scooped front seats back was introduced to enhance the leg room for rear passengers. The rear seat is designed for three passengers but only two o
A-Star uses independent McPherson struts and coil spring at the front which is able to absorb any kind of potholes
A-Star uses isolated trailing link and coil springs at the rear which helps the rear passengers to be comfortable at the rear.
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