Here is a Maruti Gipsy which has been equipped with the diesel motor from the Swift Dzire. Surprisingly, the vehicle is priced at a lower price than a Maruti Alto. Read on check it out.
Thanks to its combination of the superlight bodyshell and the petrol motor, the Maruti Gypsy has been one of the most popular off-roaders in India for quite some time now. Nevertheless, numerous enthusiasts wish that a diesel engine with a high torque figure would be available in the Gypsy. They have also turned this into reality by substituting the stock gasoline burner of the Gypsy with an oil burner. Below is one modified Maruti Gypsy with a diesel motor borrowed from the Maruti Swit Dzire for sale in New Delhi with a price of INR 3.5 lakh, lower than that of a new Maruti Alto.
As can be seen in the picture, the Maruti Gypsy has been quite well-maintained. It also comes with some extra equipment that helps increase its practicality and overcome harsh terrains.According to the Facebook advertisement, the car is equipped with power steering and a new Tata Green battery. In the front, it comes with an aftermarket steel bumper with an integrated bullbar which will be of great use while going off-road by hellping the front grille avoid being damaged.
The interior of the vehicle also comes with quite a few alterations. A new leather cover all around the car, a brand-new headliner, new leather upholsteries and new imported bucket front seats are the changes that the Gypsy get to look more premium. Moreover, the driving wheel of the Gypsy has also given way to the aftermarket steering one from the Swift Dzire.
However, the most remarkable change occurs under the hood. The vehicle is equipped with a diesel motor borrowed from the Maruti Swift Dzire. This means that the Gypsy is now powered by a 1.3-litre Multijet oil burner.
It is also mentioned in the advertisement that this Gypsy comes with an oil burner endorsed in the RC book. This will help a lot when you travel in this vehicle on public roads. Free NOC is also being offered for the new owner. Please note that this Gypsy is not allowed to be driven in Delhi any longer since it seems to be older than ten years. Nevertheless, thanks to the NOC, the vehicle can be driven in any other UT or states of India.