Sachin Tendulkar MISSES His Maruti 800, Wants it Back

by Jatin Chhibber | 20/09/2020
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In a recent interview, legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar confessed that he would love to get his Maruti 800 back.

Sachin Tendulkar is among the biggest names in cricket around the world. The legendary cricketer needs no introduction, and he is also popular among fans for owning some exotic cars. He has a huge collection of cars in his garage including Nissan GT-R, BMW i8 and much more. He also represents BMW in India and has multiple BMW models in his garage. The first car he has owned was a Maruti 800, and now he is looking out to get it back. 


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The cricketer was recently featured in a YouTube video, and there he confessed that he misses badly misses his Maruti 800, which was his first car. Sachin also said that he would love to get it back. He recently got featured on a YouTube channel named as Mudit Dani. If you don’t know, Mudit Dani is number 6 Table Tennis player in India. 
Sachin Tendulkar said, “My first car was a Maruti 800. Unfortunately, it is not with me right now. I would love to have it back again with me. So people listening to me, feel free to contact and get in touch.”



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In the video, he also said that his love for cars started at a very young age. Sachin and his brother used to sit in the balcony of their house and used to spot different cars. Maruti 800 was the car, which became very popular among the Indian families and was on sale in our market for a very long time. There are still some well-maintained examples Maruti 800 on the Indian roads. The affordable hatchback was launched back in 1983. The car continued to be the only sale for almost 30 years nearly in the same shape. Mechanically, it was powered by a 796 cc, three-cylinder motor that produces 37 PS of peak power and 59 Nm of twisting force. The engine comes paired with a 4-speed MT. Afterwards, the dated Maruti hatchback was replaced by Alto 800.


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