One of India's most highly awaited SUVs, the Grand Vitara, will be available at Rs 10.45 Lakh, as revealed by Maruti Suzuki today. The Grand Vitara SUV was first shown off by the firm a few months ago, and now, just in time for the holiday season, the pricing has been revealed. People have responded energetically to this and have shown great interest in taking test drives and checking out the new features.
The Grand Vitara's front fascia is the most noticeable visual departure from the Toyota Hyryder. The Grand Vitara's front fascia takes design influences from the exported Suzuki S-Cross, which means it has a prominent chrome-lined hexagonal grille, three-point LED daytime running lights, a primary headlight cluster affixed to the bumper, and plenty of body cladding.
The Hyryder's body panels, tailgate, and rear bumper with built-in tail lights are carbon copies. However, the Maruti is distinguished from the competition by a chrome appliqué on the C-pillar, a distinctive style of alloy wheels, and a full-width LED light bar on the trunk lid. This has just taken the design to a whole new level.
The Grand Vitara's cabin mimics the Hyryder, except for specific subtle design details and the cars' respective colour schemes. The two share the same steering wheel used in other recent Maruti Suzuki cars. Both SUVs use a similar touchscreen infotainment system, instrument cluster, and control layout. The car producer expects both the cars to break records in sales and become individually popular among people.
The Grand Vitara's highest trim level comes standard with a panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera, wireless charging, ambient lighting, linked vehicle technology, electronic stability program (ESP), hill starts aid (HSA), tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), and six airbags. The panoramic sunroof is probably going to be a larger attraction as it is a rare feature in cars in India.
The Grand Vitara's two available engines are the vehicle's main selling feature; they are also found in the Hyryder. The 1.5-liter K15C petrol mild-hybrid engine produces 103 horsepower and is available with either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic transmission, both of which are seen in other Maruti Suzuki vehicles. And much like the Hyryder, the AWD system is reserved for the premium manual mild-hybrid model. According to Maruti, the manual transmission models get 21.11kpl in fuel economy, the automatic models get 20.58kpl, and the manual AWD model gets 19.38kpl.
An electric motor producing 79 horsepower and 141 Newton-meters of torque are mated to a 1.5-liter, three-cylinder Atkinson cycle petrol engine purchased from Toyota for the Grand Vitara. The e-CVT transmission is coupled to a hybrid powerplant that produces 115 horsepower collectively. Maruti states that this engine achieves 27.97kpl in fuel economy.
In case you plan to buy a new car or gift your loved ones a new car, Maruti’s latest editions would probably be a good choice.
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