New Teaser of Maruti XL6 Details Ertiga-based Model's LED Headlamp

by Jatin Chhibber | 16/08/2019
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A new teaser video released on NEXA's official Facebook page shows the headlamp cluster of the upcoming Maruti XL6 in detail. The much-awaited 'Ertiga Cross' will launch on August 21.

Indian car manufacturer Maruti Suzuki is all set to launch XL6 MPV on 21st August 2019. The upcoming premium MPV has been spotted several times while getting tested. Moreover, we expect Maruti to commence bookings for the MPV within few days. The car will get retailed through the company's NEXA dealership network. Now, in a new video, the company has revealed the LED headlight of the new model quite precisely. The Maruti XL6 is based on Maruti Ertiga, but the upcoming MPV is a more premium product. 

front shot of headlamp cluster

As compared to Maruti Ertiga, LED headlamps employed in the XL6 looks sharper and stylish.

As compared to Maruti Ertiga, which gets halogen projector units, the XL6 features LED headlamps that look sharper and more stylish than the ones on the donor MPV. The headlight assembly even features LED DRLs. Other parts which make the upcoming Maruti XL6 unique are the chrome-plated twin-slat hexagonal grille, silver roof rails, front and rear skid plates, and a plastic cladding to make the MPV look more sturdy. Reports suggest that the MPV will be offered only in two trim levels, namely- Zeta and Alpha. The Zeta variant of Maruti XL6 will come loaded with standard features like SmartPlay Studio infotainment system, alloy wheels, LED headlamps with DRLs, an all-black cabin and individual captain seats for the second row. On the other hand hand, the top-spec Alpha trim features dual-tone exterior colour, cruise control, leather seats, reverse parking camera and blacked-out alloy wheels.

Front and interior shot of the Maruti XL6.

 The car will get retailed through the company's NEXA dealership network. 

Powering the Maruti XL6 will be a BSVI-compliant K15 petrol engine that develops a maximum power of 104.69 PS at 6,000 rpm and a peak torque of 138 Nm at 4,400 rpm. Transmission duties will be handled by a 5-speed manual transmission and an optional 4-speed automatic unit. The petrol motor is fuel-efficient enough to return a mileage of 19.34 kmpl (MT) and 18.69 kmpl (AT). The new model is being expected to get retailed between Rs 10-11.5 lakh (ex-showroom).

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