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Is Maruti Suzuki Invicto Worth the Hype?

Maruti Suzuki India’s newest flagship, the Invicto MPV, gets several features that you will see for the first time in a car from this brand. But should you be spending around ₹ 30 lakh on it? Let’s find out!
The Toyota Connection
The new Maruti Suzuki Invicto is based on the Toyota Innova Hycross. In fact, it is a rebadged version of the same car. However, it gets several visual changes that set it apart from its Toyota counterpart
The Nexa Effect
The Invicto gets several signature Nexa elements like - glossy black grille with twin chrome slats, three-dot LED DRLs, and three-dot LED taillamps, all scream Nexa. However, you smaller 17-inch alloy wheels
The Cabin
Inside the car remains identical to the Hycross’ cabin, however, you do get new champagne gold inserts. Both 7- and 8-seater layout options are available, but the Invicto misses out on powered ottoman seats
Features & Tech
A host of smart features and tech are on offer like – powered drive seat, ventilated front seats, panoramic sunroof, dual-zone AC controls, sunshades, faux leather seats, and more. But you don’t get ADAS
Engine & Transmission
The Invicto is only offered in the strong hybrid avatar, featuring a 2.0-litre petrol unit paired with an electric motor. It comes with an e-CVT as standard. Overall, the performance remains unchanged
The Most Expensive Maruti Yet!
Priced between ₹ 24.79 lakh and ₹ 28.42 lakh (ex-showroom) the Invicto MPV is certainly the most expensive Maruti Suzuki product yet, with on-road prices crossing the ₹ 30 lakh milestone
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