Updated Maruti XL6 launch by late-April

    Updated XL6 is expected to come with a more efficient 1.5-liter petrol engine and a 6-speed automatic gearbox as reported by us earlier.

    Published On Mar 31, 2022 06:35:00 PM


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    The updated XL6 is expected to launch by late-April this year.  Price announceemnt of the XL6 will take place after the market launch of the refreshed Ertiga, that will most likely launch in the coming weeks.  While the 2022 XL6 may not see major cosmetic tweaks, it could have some major updates under the hood. 

    • New XL6 could get a more fuel-efficient 1.5-liter petrol  
    • Will also get a new 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox 
    • Will continue to be sold via Maruti Nexa outlets 

    2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6: what will be new?

    Like most mid-cycle facelifts, the new XL6 will feature minor tweaks to the exteriors in the form of a new grille and reworked bumpers. The carmaker is expected to offer larger alloy wheels to give it a better stance, like ones available on the Indonesian spec car seen in the picture. 

    The biggest change is expected to be under the skin. As reported by us earlier, the  new XL6 could come with a more fuel efficient 1.5-litre petrol engine.   Additionally, the aging 4-speed torque-converter automatic will be replaced by a new 6-speed unit

    Other upcoming Maruti launches in the horizon

    The new XL6 is a part of Maruti Suzuki’s plan to launch six new models by mid-2022. These include the Baleno CNG, updated Vitara Brezza, and DualJet-equipped Ignis and S-Presso. Later in the year, Maruti will launch the all-new Creta-rivalling midsize SUV that is being developed in collaboration with Toyota.

    2022 Maruti XL6: rivals in India 

    After its launch, the XL6 will rival the likes of the Mahindra Marazzo, Kia Carens and its sibling – the Ertiga, which is also due for a facelift. The MPV will be sold through Maruti’s Nexa line of premium dealerships. 

    Also see: 

    2022 Maruti Suzuki Baleno review: More than meets the eye

    Maruti Suzuki XL6 price, variants explained

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