: Rahul.G.S <email@example.com> Pathanamthitta,
: Saturday, October 09, 2010 at 06:15:56
: I do own a Zen classic 1999, done 72000 kms with no big
mechanical problems. But the main problem to me is getting the cosmetic
cromium parts like the head,tail,indicator light rings and shells and the
bumper both frond and back cromium grills etc........if any body can help,
please do email me.
: manoj kumar jha <firstname.lastname@example.org> bokaro,
: Saturday, August 08, 2009 at 03:25:17
: I went to purchase new zen classic but it came in my
knowledg that maruti stoped to make new zen classic, i couldnot understand
why? but i liked that car so much because of its features so i purchased
second hand zen classic in Rs 110000. it has already run 52000 km and now
it's milage is 13 km/liter with AC. It looks nice. I am happy with my car.
can i purcase new zen classic? will maruti make a new zen classic for me? i
think it was a good model of maruti cars.
: Sunil <email@example.com> Kathmanu, (Nepal)
: Tuesday, March 18, 2008 at 04:03:50
: I purchased Maruti Zen classic in Year 2000. As of now
there is no problem with the car. I do not know why Maurti stopped
manufacturing this car. Even after 85000 km Run, There is zero problem. I
changed Shock up and tyre only. But the main problem with the car is you can
not get outer accessories like Front grill/ Side bumper and side light etc.
If any one can inform about the availability
: JUNE 16 , 2006
: Maruti Zen Classic is probably the car many of us have had
our first drives and is probably regarded as one of the greatest cars in the
Indian Automobile Revolution. This car cheap to buy, cheap to run, reliable
and easy driving city car, but it is too old and outdated to be considered
as a new car.
The 800 is cramped by modern standards. The seats are reasonably low seats,
but 2-6 footers cant sit on behind the other. Interior plastics are probably
appalling at this day and age, but then the price of the car is low. Boot
space is ok for a shopping trip, but a bit problem is in case of long
journeys. Noise levels in 800 are higher s in the 800 than the alto though
it is still quite bearable.
Ride is bit bouncy and could definitely be better tuned. The suspension is
build tough and can withstand most punishments from our roads with ease.
Handling is quite good for a city car, with a small turning circle radius
and small dimension, the 800 is probably the best city car drive around. The
steering is also light and smooth in spite of not being power assisted.
E 800 is extremely frugal, and even with the ac on one can get 12-14 km pl
in the city. It is a cheaper car to run and in this day of high fuel prices,
it makes a lot of sense. The Maruti Zen Classic is probably the one car that
can be taken anywhere without problems. The body may start rattling down
after 15000 kms but it will almost never let you down. It can run long and
Maruti's service stations are almost everywhere. My experience with Maruti's
service stations is fine. Also the cost of spares is low so this is a
cheaper car to run and maintain.
: MR. S.S.MANI
: NOV 19, 2005
: I purchased my first car, a Maruti Zen Classic DX during
1999 September. Till today it is giving me a wonderful service, mileage and
maintenance. I need to go once in 3 years to authorized dealer for service.
When it was new, it used to give 15 KMPL in Chennai city roads with AC on
while on long highway drives it was giving 21 KMPL. Now after almost 70000
Km it gives around 12.5 to 13 KMPL with AC in Chennai roads. It was fitted
with MRF radial tyres. I replaced the tyres only after running 70000 km. The
only problem that one faces is with the leg space. I would recommend the 800
for any one who wants to go for a good car.