Maruti XL6 crossover spot based on ARTIGA, Naxa got new car to sale.

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The spy photos reveal the Nexa badging on car’s rear windshield, indicating that the upcoming Maruti Suzuki XL6 will be sold via Maruti’s premium dealerships network. Guy

Models near the production of Maruti Suzuki XL6 crossover have recently surfaced online.  The car is based on the company’s popular ARTIGA MPV and by the name of the car it seems that it will be a 6-seater car.  With the new and large roof rails with cars, many styling elements have been provided with strong cladding, which make this crossover even more attractive.  Naxa badging has been shown with the car in the Spy Photo, which makes it clear that this car will be sold by Maruti Suzuki Premium Dealership Naxa.  The soon-to-be-released Maruti Suzuki XL6 will come with a brand new look, which will be like the European design language of the company.
The XL6 will come with a brand new look, which will be like the European design language of the company.
        

 Maruti Suzuki XL6 has a hexagonal grill with which chrome slate has been provided and Suzuki logo in the middle.  Next to this grill, there are brand new attractive headlamps that come with integrated data running running lights and indicators.  The car’s next bumper is also strong and equipped with foglains with black cladding.  The profile of the new car and the rear part is almost the same as that of Maruti Suzuki Ertiiga, which includes alloy wheels, floating roof designs and large size sweptback LED taillails.  Among the car updates, Piano Black Inserts has been given between wheel arcs and side body cladding, roof rails and taillamps.
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Maruti Suzuki has given XL6 and SHVS badging on the new car’s tailgate, with which a silver skid plate with new rear bumper and black cladding has been given.  We estimate that the company will provide an ARTIGA engine in the new car which is 1.5-liter and available in both petrol and diesel options.  The company has given these two engines a 5-speed manual gearbox.  At the same time, ARTIGA comes with a 1.3-liter diesel engine, although Maruti Suzuki is planning to shut down this engine soon.  It is also estimated that the company’s gasoline engine for this car is based on BS6 standards.

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