Maruti Grand Vitara SUV Variants and their Expected Prices respectively in detail

Maruti Suzuki is ready to enter the highly competitive midsize SUV segment with the Grand Vitara. Know the variants and their prices which will market launch by the end of September 2022. In other words, it will be near this Navratri festival. It was jointly developed with Toyota and production takes place at Toyota’s Karnataka plant. The automaker started pre-booking from 11 July with a token sum of Rs 11,000 and so far has collected 50,000 orders. Maruti Grand Vitara is sold through the brand’s premium network of Nexa resellers.

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Variants and their Expected Prices respectively

According to leaked information, the Maruti Grand Vitara SUV model lineup will be offered in four trims: Sigma, Delta, Jetta and Alpha. There are 3 automatic variants and 7 manual variants. The manual model costs between Rs 9.50 lakh – Rs 15.50 lakh, while the automatic model costs between Rs 12.50 lakh and Rs 15 lakh. The powerful hybrid powertrain is only available in the Zeta+ and Alpha+ variants, likely priced at Rs 17 lakh and Rs 18 lakh respectively. It is important to note that this is an expected showroom price.

Hybrid Powertrains

Based on Suzuki’s Global C platform, the upcoming Grand Vitara SUV will be available with a 1.5L TNGA Atkinson Cycle engine and electric motor or a 1.5L K15C mild hybrid powertrain. While the former makes a combined output of 115bhp, the latter is more than enough for 103bhp. The mild hybrid powertrain comes with two gearbox options: a 5-speed manual and 6-speed automatic with paddle shifters. Alpha manual trim is exclusively available with Suzuki’s All-Grip AWD technology.

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Mileage

A powerful hybrid setup is available with the eCVT gearbox and offers a claimed mileage of 27.97 kmmpl. The automaker says the Maruti Grand Vitara mild hybrid 2WD manual, 2WD automatic and AllGrip AWD variants will deliver fuel economy of 21.11 kmpl, 20.58 km and 19.38 kml respectively.

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