The Maruti Suzuki XL6 will be launched at 21 on Gust and comes with a six-seater mid-row captain seat.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) will launch the XL6 locally on August 21, with a slowdown in sales in the auto sector. Amid the huge impact of negative sales over the past six months, Maruti Suzuki is poised to take advantage of the popularity of the well-displayed Ertiga nameplate despite the difficult times.
For example, last month, Maruti Suzuki retailing a total of 9,222 units of seven-seat MPV, with YOY sales up 94 percent. In order to earn 2nd-gen Ertiga, a new derivation is coming in a few days. Dubbed the XL6, it has obvious exterior changes compared to the standard Artiga.
It will only be sold through the Nexus Premium Showroom across the country. Booking of the XL6 initially starts at Rs. It will also be available exclusively as a six-seater with a seating arrangement of 11,000 plus a mid-row captain. It will be offered in only two grades and four trim: Zeta MT, Zeta AT, Alpha MT and Alpha AT.
Paint schemes in which the Maruti Suzuki XL6 will be retrofitted are Metallic Premium Silver, Metallic Magma Gray, Primeub Baron Red, Pearl Brave Khaki, Pearl Arctic White, Dignity Brown and Nexa Blue. The latest six-seater teaser video features Bollywood star Ranveer Singh and an overhead shot of XL6 along with a six-seater layout.
Maruti Suzuki has completely revamped the front fascia as it has redesigned grille, integrated LED daytime running lights, new-sled horizontal element, wrestled front bumper, aided skid plates, black cladding on wheel arches, black alloy wheels, black alloy wheels. The front fascia has been completely revamped. Skid plates, etc.
Interior two-tone black and non-colored ige cloth theme, blackness dashboard, more premium wood trim, silver accents, leather seats, Seven-inch smartplay infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic climate control and more. It gains strength Creating a 1.5 liter four cylinder SHVS K15B BSVI petrol engine 104.7 PS and 138 Nm. It is equipped with either a five-speed manual or a four-speed torque converter AT.