Maruti Suzuki has launched the 2022 Maruti S-Presso with updated specifications, new features, and increased mileage.
Maruti Suzuki continues its new launches for the year with the S-Presso facelift with new features being the next on the long list. S-Presso has garnered a ton of interest among Indian car buyers, especially near the entry-level segment owing to its SUV-ish stance despite small dimensions. The trend of SUVs has been gripping the automobile market for a long time now. S-Presso makes that SUV segment accessible to the general public. Let us check out what this facelifted avatar offers.
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2022 Maruti S-Presso Changes
While the exterior of this 2022 facelift remains identical to the existing model, there are a ton of features that the mini-SUV now comes with. Some of these features include the Electronic Stability Program (ESP) with Hill Hold Assist in AGS transmission variants, electrically adjusted ORVMs, a new cabin air filter, in addition to dynamic centre console with Smart Play Studio, twin-chamber headlamps, steering-mounted audio, and voice console, a next-gen engine with idle start/stop for added fuel efficiency and more.
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Specs and Mileage
This facelifted S-Presso comes with the new next-gen K10C Dual Jet Dual VVT petrol engine that belts out a maximum of 66 hp and 89 Nm of power and torque respectively. There is the option of a 5-speed manual or an AMT gearbox. The refined engine enables a mileage of 25.30 km/l in Vxi(O)/Vxi+(O) AGS, 24.76 km/l in Vxi/Vxi+ MT and 24.12 km/l in Std/Lxi MT. Such high mileage figures are the prime reason why people opt for the S-Presso in particular and Maruti Suzuki products in general.
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Price and Rivals
This facelifted Maruti S-Presso ranges from Rs 4.25 lakh to Rs 5.99 lakh, ex-showroom. The traditional rivals of the S-Presso include the Renault Kwid, Tata Punch, and perhaps its own family member, the Ignis. With the increased competition and popularity of this segment, Maruti has ensured that its S-Presso remains relevant and appealing with this update. It is among the best-sellers for Maruti consistently over the last months and with this facelift, it is bound to stay at the top for times to come. Let us know how you like this facelifted avatar.