Watch: Maruti Suzuki XL6 launched in India, price starts at Rs 9.80 lakh

The XL6, which will be sold in Maruti Suzuki’s Nexa showrooms, is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine

Maruti Suzuki India on Wednesday launched the XL6 multi-purpose vehicle at an ex-showroom price of Rs 9.79 lakh to Rs 11.46 lakh. The XL6, which will be sold in Maruti Suzuki’s Nexa showrooms, is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine with progressive smart hybrid system paired with a lithium-ion battery. The MPV will be available in five-speed manual and four-speed automatic transmission options.

 

The car comes in following variants 

-- XL6 Zeta MT - Rs 9.80 lakh

 -- XL6 Zeta AT - Rs 10.90 lakh

 -- XL6 Alpha MT - Rs 10.36 lakh

 -- XL6 Alpha AT - Rs 11.46 lakh

 

It is available in six colour options -- Nexa Blue, Brave Khaki, Auburn Red, Magma Grey, Premium Silver and Arctic White.

 

"At Maruti Suzuki, we have always focused on bringing products that match customer demand. The XL6 is an exclusive six-seater premium MPV, designed to meet the aspirations of evolved Nexa customers," Kenichi Ayukawa, managing director and chief executive officer at Maruti Suzuki India, said at the XL6 launch event in New Delhi.

 

  Maruti Suzuki XL6 comes with features like chrome front grille having cross-bar chrome garnish, quad-LED headlamps, LED DRLs, tail lamps with an LED light guide, side claddings, all-black alloy wheels and roof rails. The new XL6 gets a spacious cabin with all-black interiors having stone finish and silver accents sweeping across. The features include leather upholstery, second-row captain seats, third-row reclining seats, 17.8 cm SmartPlay Studio touchscreen with smartphone connectivity, multifunction leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel and cruise control.

 

 

 


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