Maruti Suzuki’s Invicto Hits 6,000 Bookings

Maruti Suzuki’s Invicto Hits 6,000 Bookings
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“Maruti Suzuki’s newly launched MPV, Invicto, is already making waves in the Indian automobile market, with the company receiving over 6,000 bookings within a day of its launch. The starting price for the Invicto is set at Rs 24.79 lakh (ex-showroom). In an effort to increase accessibility, the model is also available via lease through the Maruti Suzuki Subscribe programme, where potential owners can opt for a monthly subscription starting at Rs 61,680.

Available in three different variants, the Invicto is accommodating a range of customer preferences. The Zeta+ variant offers a choice of seven or eight seats, while the Alpha+ variant provides a seven-seat configuration. Along with these choices in seating, the Invicto is also offered in four distinctive colours, including the signature Nexa Blue (Celestial), Stellar Bronze, Mystic White, and Majestic Silver.

The design and interior of the Invicto separate it from the Toyota Innova Hycross on which it is based. Maruti Suzuki has introduced unique design elements such as new headlamps and daytime running lights, a redesigned grille with two parallel horizontal bars, front and rear bumpers, a new set of 17-inch alloy wheels, and revised taillights. Within the cabin, the Invicto offers champagne gold inserts on the upholstery which is an upgrade from the Innova Hycross.

The car also features a 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system and a seven-inch MID with analogue cluster, identical to the Innova Hycross. The Invicto does not stop there, as it comes with an array of additional features such as a panoramic sunroof, powered driver seat with memory settings, dual-zone temperature control, ventilated front seats, electronic parking brake, cooled cup holders, smartwatch connectivity and Alexa compatibility, powered boot opening, 360-degree camera, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and front and rear parking sensors.

Under the hood, the Invicto is powered by a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder, naturally aspirated petrol engine, paired with a robust hybrid system. This powertrain, connected to an e-CVT automatic transmission, generates a combined power output of 186PS. Notably, this hybrid system claims an impressive fuel economy of 23.24kmpl, offering a balance between power and efficiency.”

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