Let us tell you that at present the demand for models with ventilated seats is increasing among car customers. Some companies in the MPV and SUV segment in India are offering their vehicles with ventilated seats. There is going to be a lot more new in the cabin of the new Maruti XA6. It can get support for 360-degree camera, heads-up-display (HUD), new infotainment system and Suzuki Connect system.
The new XL6 could also get a design update. To give it a more stylish appeal, the front grille could get a chrome stripe, dual-tone alloy wheels, and new color options. The new XL6 is expected to be offered in two trims – Alpha and Zeta.
The XL6 facelift will get a major update in the form of a new engine. It could come with the new 1.5-litre K15C series dual jet engine. This engine generates torque of 137Nm with power of 102bhp. The engine can be offered with the option of 5-speed manual and 6-speed automatic gearbox. Not only this, paddle shifters can also be given in automatic variants like Ertiga.
The official bookings for the new XL6 have started and can be booked online or through dealerships for an amount of Rs 11,000. Maruti will sell the upcoming XL6 facelift through its Nexa premium dealerships.
The carmaker has discontinued the single airbag variant of the Alto and S-Presso. The company will now make dual front airbags available as standard in both these models. According to the information, after the closure of select variants of Alto and S-Presso, the prices have also been increased. Earlier, the Alto was available at a starting price of Rs 3.25 lakhs, but now the Alto has a starting price of Rs 4.08 lakhs (ex-showroom). After the discontinuation of these variants, the prices of Alto have increased by almost Rs 1 lakh.
Similarly, after the discontinuation of the single airbag variant of the Maruti S-Presso, it will now be available at an ex-showroom price of Rs 4 lakh. The S-Presso has received a price hike of up to Rs 7,000. The STD, STD (O) and LXI variants of the Alto, while the STD and LXI variants of the S-Presso will no longer be available.