2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6 facelift price, variants explained

    The XL6 gains a number of new features as well as a new top-spec trim – Alpha+.

    Published On Apr 22, 2022 05:55:00 PM


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    The updated Maruti Suzuki XL6 has just been launched in India and the prices range from Rs 11.29 lakh for the base trim to Rs 14.55 lakh for the top-spec model (ex-showroom). Maruti Suzuki began accepting bookings for the MPV earlier this month for Rs 11,000, with the carmaker already receiving over 3,500 bookings so far.

    With the introduction of the facelift, Maruti Suzuki has expanded the XL6’s range with three trim levels now on offer – Zeta, Alpha and Alpha+. We have compiled all the features available on each of these variants below.

    2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6 Zeta (Rs 11.29 lakh-12.79 lakh)

    • 4 airbags
    • ABS with EBD and brake-assist
    • Electronic Stability Program
    • Hill-start assist
    • Rear parking sensors
    • Front seat belt height adjustment
    • ISOFIX child-seat mounts (second row only)
    • Speed alert
    • Speed sensitive door lock
    • Rear defogger and wash/wipe
    • LED headlights, tail-lights and Daytime Running Lamps
    • Wing mirrors with integrated turn indicators
    • Electrically adjustable and folding wing mirrors
    • Front and rear faux skid plates
    • Body cladding
    • 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels
    • Black fabric upholstery
    • Height-adjustable driver’s seat
    • Second row captain seats with a sliding and recline function
    • 50:50 split/folding third row of seats
    • Adjustable headrests for all three rows
    • Front and rear arm rests
    • Keyless entry and go with push-button start
    • Automatic climate control
    • Air cooled twin cupholder (centre console)
    • Cruise control
    • Power windows
    • Power socket in all three rows
    • Day/night inside rear-view mirror
    • Steering with tilt and telescopic adjustment
    • 7.0-inch SmartPlay Studio touchscreen infotainment system
    • Bluetooth, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support
    • Four speakers and two tweeters
    • Steering-mounted controls

    2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6 Alpha (Rs 12.29 lakh-13.79 lakh)

    • 360-degree parking camera
    • Automatic headlights
    • Gloss black finish on B and C pillar
    • UV cut windows and windshield
    • Leatherette seats and steering wheel
    • Vanity mirror with light on sun visor
    • 7.0-inch SmartPlay Pro infotainment system with on-board voice assistant

    2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6 Alpha+ (Rs 12.89 lakh-14.39 lakh)

    • Exterior chrome accents
    • Roof-mounted spoiler
    • Tyre pressure monitoring system (TMPS)
    • Ventilated front seats

    2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6 Alpha+ DT [Rs 13.05-14.55 lakh]

    • Three dual tone colour schemes:
    1. Splendid Silver and Black
    2. Opulent red and black
    3. Brave Khaki and black
    • Gloss black wing mirrors

    2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6: powertrain details

    Powering the refreshed XL6 is a new 1.5-litre DualJet engine, with Maruti Suzuki's smart-hybrid system with start-stop technology (same unit as the one in the Ertiga facelift). The unit produces 103hp and 136.8Nm. The engine comes paired with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a new 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox with paddle shifters.

    2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6: competition check

    In terms of competition, the new XL6 continues to rival the diesel-powered Mahindra MarazzoKia Carens and Hyundai Alcazar (available with both petrol and diesel engine options) and its sibling – the Ertiga facelift. 

    Also see:

    Maruti Suzuki XL6 facelift vs rivals: price, specifications comparison

    2022 Maruti Suzuki Ertiga: new vs old

    Maruti Suzuki discontinues base variants of the Alto and S-Presso

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