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Maruti Fronx Vs Brezza, Nexon, Sonet, Venue – Prices Compared

New Maruti Fronx
New Maruti Fronx

Maruti Fronx 1.2-litre petrol variants are among the most affordable, whereas prices of the 1.0-litre turbo-petrol variants are close to the median pricing in sub-4-meter SUV segment

Aiming to provide more options to consumers in sub-compact SUV segment, Maruti recently launched the Fronx coupe crossover at a starting price of Rs 7.47 lakh. The top-spec variant costs Rs 12.98 lakh. Bookings are currently open for a token amount of Rs 11,000.

Maruti Fronx will take on rivals such as Maruti Brezza, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue, Renault Kiger and Nissan Magnite. To understand its worth, here’s a price comparison between Maruti Fronx and rivals.

Maruti Fronx 1.2-litre petrol vs rivals – price comparison

Maruti Fronx 1.2-litre petrol variants start at Rs 7.47 lakh (Sigma MT). Excluding Magnite (Rs 6.0 lakh) and Kiger (Rs 6.50 lakh), Fronx Sigma MT is the most affordable in the group. Hyundai Venue and Kia Sonet 1.2-litre variants start at Rs 7.72 lakh and Rs 7.79 lakh, respectively. Maruti Brezza base-spec LXI variant is available at Rs 8.29 lakh. Brezza has a larger 1.5-litre engine, so that factor also needs to be accounted for.

At the other end of the spectrum, Fronx 1.2-litre Delta+ AMT variant is priced at Rs 9.28 lakh. This makes it the second most affordable NA petrol variant in the group. The most affordable is Nissan Magnite 1.0-litre XV Pre, priced at Rs 8.59 lakh. Renault Kiger 1.0-litre RXZ AMT is priced at Rs 9.35 lakh, Kia Sonet 1.2 HTK+ – Rs 9.64 lakh, Hyundai Venue 1.2-litre SX – 10.93 lakh and Brezza ZXI+ AT – Rs 13.98 lakh.

Maruti Fronx Prices vs Rivals
Maruti Fronx Prices vs Rivals

Maruti Fronx 1.0-litre turbo vs rivals – price comparison

Maruti Fronx 1.0-litre turbo range starts at Rs 9.73 lakh for the 1.0-litre Delta+ variant. Most affordable turbo option is Tata Nexon, with the XE variant available at Rs 7.80 lakh. Unlike the Fronx, Nexon has a 1.2-litre turbo petrol motor. The same is applicable for XUV300 as well. Nexon has the highest number of turbo options, a total of 15 turbo variants.

Second most affordable turbo option is Magnite 1.0-litre XL, available at Rs 8.25 lakh. Other turbo options are Mahindra XUV300 W4 – Rs 8.42 lakh, Kiger 1.0-litre RXT (O) – Rs 9.45 lakh, Venue 1.0-litre S (O) – Rs 10.44 lakh and Sonet 1.0-litre HTK+ – Rs 10.49 lakh.

Talking about fully-loaded top-spec turbo variant, Fronx 1.0-litre Alpha AT is priced at Rs 12.98 lakh. At this price point, it is costlier than Magnite 1.0-litre XV Pre (O) AT – Rs 10.86 lakh, Kiger 1.0-litre RXZ AT – Rs 11 lakh and Nexon XZA+ Luxs – Rs 12.75 lakh. Fronx top-spec turbo variant is cheaper than XUV300 W8 (O) AMT – Rs 13.37 lakh, Venue 1.0-litre N8 DCT – Rs 13.66 lakh and Sonet 1.0-litre X Line DCT – Rs 13.89 lakh.

As is evident from above, Fronx continues to follow Maruti’s policy to offer its cars at affordable rates. Folks with limited budget can probably go with the 1.2-litre petrol variants, which are among the most affordable in the segment. Turbo variants of Fronx should suffice for the needs of users who give preference to performance and hi-tech features.

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