Maruti Will Unleash 3 New Cars Under Nexa Dealership Which Can Cause Some Disruption!

Maruti Suzuki is thinking to revamp its entire line-up and the introduction of the new Baleno and the XL6, Maruti Suzuki will soon introduce new NEXA only models.

3 new SUVs including the Grand Vitara and the Jimny will be launched by the company. Not just that but also a new SUV Coupe is also in the pipeline and shall only be sold through NEXA premium dealership network. Following is the list of 3 SUVs by MSIL:

Maruti Grand Vitara

Prices of the new Grand Vitara SUV shall be announced in September 2022. This new model is all set to lock horns with likes of the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, VW Taigun, Skoda Kushaq and the MG Astor.

Based on the Suzuki’s Global-C platform that underpins the new-gen S-Cross. It will be in the Toyota’s production facility in Bidadi, Karnataka that the new model will be produced. It will come with 2 engine options : a 1.5L K15C petrol with a mild-hybrid tech and a Toyota-sourced 1.5L TNGA Atkinson cycle engine with strong hybrid tech.

Speaking of transmission, the choices are: a 6-speed manual, a 6-speed AT and a e-CVT with strong hybrid only.

Maruti YTB SUV Coupe

The all-new SUV Coupe by MSIL is all set to debut in Auto Expo 2023. It is expected to launch in next year February. This car will be based on Suzuki’s lightweight HEARTECT platform that underpins the new Baleno.

It will be sold alongside the Brezza and it will target the higher spec Venue and the Sonet. With a higher degree of electrification, it is reportedly to be powered by a Suzuki’s Boosterjet petrol engine.

Maruti Jimny

The most awaited Jimny lifestyle SUV will be launched in the country in 2023. The Long Wheelbase version of the SUV will be launched by the company. This car has been spotted testing multiple times on foreign soil and most likely be making the debut at Auto Expo 2023 in January.

With a mild hybrid tech, this new model will be powered by a 1.5L K15C petrol engine. Speaking of transmission, both, manual and automatic gearbox options will be on offer.

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