Detailed Variant-Wise Features List And Colours Of Maruti S-Presso

Here is the detailed features list of the Maruti S-Presso and all the colour options offered. The mini-SUV is priced from Rs 3.69 Lakhs – Rs 4.91 Lakhs.

So, Maruti has launched the S-Presso in India, at a price starting at Rs 3.69 Lakhs going up to Rs 4.91 Lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). The mini SUV sits between Maruti Alto K10 and WagonR and is actually priced near to the both of them.

Maruti S-Presso comes in a total of 7 trims onboard, including 4 main variants. That’s the variant lineup with which the Alto comes in and this also indicates that WagonR is a more premium offering.

Maruti S-Presso

Usually, Maruti does not offer ZXi variant on the Alto and the same did not come on the earlier-generation WagonR. Here is the variant-wise features list of the Maruti S-Presso:

STD (Standard)

  1. Driver Side Airbag
  2. Rear Parking Sensors
  3. Seat Belt Reminders
  4. Digital Speedometer
  5. Speed Alert System
  6. Passenger Side Airbag (Optional)


  1. Air Conditioner with Heater
  2. Power Steering
  3. Sunvisor


  1. Keyless Entry With Central Locking
  2. SmartPlay Dock Audio System
  3. Bluetooth Connection
  4. Body Coloured Bumpers
  5. Wheel Covers
  6. Front Power Windows
  7. Antenna
  8. Remote Tail Gate Opener
  9. Central Door Locking
  10. Speed Sensitive Auto Door Lock


  1. 7-inch touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay
  2. Voice Recognition
  3. Steering Mounted Audio Controls
  4. Rear Parcel Tray
  5. Body Coloured ORVMs
  6. Charging Socket
  7. Internally Adjustable ORVMs
  8. Passenger Airbag (Mandatory)
  9. Low Fuel and Door Ajar warning on Infotainment

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The Maruti S-Presso gets the 1.0 Litre K10B petrol engine and is now BS-6 compliant. The engine produces 67 BHP and 90 Nm of peak torque, mated to a 5-speed MT and a 5-speed AGS as well.

Based on the dimensions, the S-Presso is a bit shorter in length and width, compared to its prime rival, Renault Kwid, However, the S-Presso is slightly taller and will offer better ground clearance.

Going by the styling of the micro-SUV, it is a fusion of WagonR and Alto, along with a pinch of Vitara Brezza. The creases and lines are similar to the WagonR, but the styling is a bit from Alto. The front grille is very similar to what comes on the Brezza.

Also Read: Maruti To Introduce CNG Options For Swift And Dzire

Maruti S-Presso comes in six colour options – Solid Sizzle Orange, Pearl Starry Blue, Superior White, Solid Fire Red, Metallic Granite Grey and Metallic Silky Silver.

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