Maruti Suzuki Omni Review

Manufactured by Maruti Suzuki, an Indian subordinate of Suzuki, the Maruti Omni is a minivan that came in production in the year 1984. The very first generation of Mauti Omni was featured with 796 cc 3-inline engine similar to the Maruti 800. The car was the second car launched by Indian Maruti Suzuki and was sold simply with name “Maruti Van” before getting the name “Omni” in 1988. In the year 1998, the car was released featuring new facelift, and 7 years later, the car received many updates in the exterior as well interior, and also was made available in new colors.

The Maruti Omni is featured with a petrol engine which gives the displacement of 796 cc and maximum speed of 100 km/h. The engine gives maximum power of 36 bhp at 5000 RPM and maximum torque of 62 Nm at 3000 RPM. Moreover, the car consumes 13 to 14 km/l in the city and 16 to 17 km/l on highways.

Besides, Maruti Suzuki has been exporting two different variants; cargo and family version of Omni in Nepal under the dealership of CG Motocorp.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 9,99,000 (For Omni Cargo),

Rs. 1,399,000 (For Omni Van)



 Body Type
 Basic Weight
 785 kg
 3370 mm
 1640 mm
 1840 mm
 Front Track
 Rear Track
 Ground Clearance
 165 mm



Fuel Tank
 36 liters
 Valves Per Cylinder
 796 cc
 Max Power
 36 bhp (Cargo), 29 bhp (Van)
 Max Torque
 60 Nm (Cargo), 50 Nm (Van)



Front Brakes
Rear Brakes
Front Wheels
Rear Wheels
Front Suspensions
 McPherson Strut
Rear Suspensions
Leaf Spring



 Number of Gears

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