Maruti Suzuki XL6 2022 launched at Rs 11.29 lakh, here's all you need to know about latest MPV
The Japanese car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki has finally launched one of its premium SUV XL6’S facelift versions in India. Interested customers can book the MPV at the starting price of Rs Rs 11.29 lakh, going up to Rs 14.55 lakh for the top-spec Alpha+ AT variant (ex-showroom, Delhi) from any authorized dealership.
The company has made some noticeable changes in terms of exterior and made the biggest update on the six-seater MPV by upgrading the 1.5-litre petrol engine with DualJet technology. The vehicle also has a mild-hybrid system paired to a new 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.
There is no doubt in saying that the company has tried its best to give the vehicle a more aggressive look as compared to the current one. Reports also revealed that the firm also made some cosmetic changes in the interior as well.
What is new in 2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6?
Talking about the feature, the all-new XL6 facelift now comes with four airbags as standard, an updated 7 inches touchscreen music system that support all the car connect technology, a 360-deg parking camera on top-spec trim and the offers voice assistant functions in the car as well. To give a luxury feel to the vehicle, the firm has added ventilated front seats that’ll be a boon in our weather conditions.
The firm is launching the car on the same platform as the current XL6, but there are expectations that the company might introduce the vehicle with some changes in the power in the upcoming XL6.
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2022 Maruti XL6: rivals in India
The all new XL6’s facelift 2022 will compete against the Mahindra Marazzo, Kia Carens and its sibling – the Ertiga, which is also all set hit the market in facelift avatar. The MPV will be sold through Maruti’s Nexa line of premium dealerships.
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