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Maruti S Presso gets alloys as accessories – Walkaround video

Maruti S Presso Alloys

Maruti Suzuki India Limited launched the S-Presso mini SUV in India on 30th September 2019. In just 11 days of launch, bookings have crossed the 10,000 mark. The company has already dispatched over 5,000 units to its dealers last month. More units are expected to be delivered this month, as it is the festive month of Diwali.

Being an entry level car, Maruti S Presso does not come with a lot of features. But, it does come with a lot of accessories, which can improve the car’s exterior appeal to an extent. Some dealers have gone ahead and showcased such modified variants of S Presso at their showrooms. One such modified S Presso can be seen in the video below by Youtube channel BMC HD Videos.

This modified Maruti S-Presso you see in the videos below comes with a revised front bumper, which is seen in body colour. It also gets a black painted roof, giving it a dual tone finish. On the inside, there is faux leather seat covers, etc.

Maruti Suzuki S-Presso is priced from Rs.3.69 lakhs going up to Rs.4.94 lakhs for the top spec model. It is based on the ‘Future-S’ concept showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo and boasts of a tall and upright stance, gets increased ground clearance and a bold design with SUV characteristics.

Offered in four variants of Standard, LXI, VXI, VXI+, the S-Presso is presented in colour options of Solid Sizzle Orange, Pearl Starry Blue, Superior White, Solid Fire Red, Metallic Granite Grey and Metallic Silky Silver. Overall dimensions stand at 3,565 mm length, 1,520 mm width and 2,380 mm long wheelbase while there is a difference in height depending on variants with height of Std and LXi variants at 1,549 mm.

VXi and VXi+ variants stand at 1,564 mm tall. Being based on the 5th gen Heartect platform, the new S-Presso comes in with a list of safety features and complies with safety regulations that include frontal offset crash, side impact and pedestrian safety.

The S-Presso is powered by a 1.0 liter, K10 petrol engine which is BS VI compliant. It offers 67 bhp power at 5,500 rpm and 90 Nm torque at 3,500 rpm and gets mated to a 5 speed manual gearbox. Auto Shift Gear AMT is offered as an option. Mileage is rated at 21.4 kmpl where the two base variants are concerned going up to 21.7 kmpl on the VXi and VXi+ variants.

The S-Presso goes in sale via the company’s Arena dealerships and competes with the Renault Kwid facelift, Datsun Redi-Go and also with Maruti Suzuki’s Alto K10.

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