In the 2019 Maruti Suzuki launched their SUV like looking car in Indian market, the S-Presso. Although the car had weird design language it survived in the market. It directly shows us that whatever the company Maruti Suzuki launch in Indian market, it survives. It’s just because the trust and brand value which is there in the name Maruti Suzuki. And wherever you go you will get your car serviced throughout the India.
The BS6 Maruti Suzuki S-Presso is available in 14 variants. There is only one engine option to choose from, which is 998 cc petrol engine. And you can opt for CNG version of the car also. The range starts from 4.52 L to 6.26 L for the top end Vxi(O)CNG. Although the displacement of the car is same across the variants but the engine tuning changes for some variants.
The non-CNG version is powered by a 998 cc, inline 3 cylinders, DOHC, BS6 petrol engine which produces 67 bhp of power and 90 nm of torque and this variant weighs just 726 kg. The fuel economy is also good at 21.4 kmpl. This car is mated to 5-speed manual/AMT gearbox.
The CNG version of the car is powered by the same 998 cc, inline 3 cylinders, DOHC, BS6 petrol engine which produces 58 bhp of power and 78 nm of torque. This variant could return you around 31.2 kmpl of mileage.
The bs6 maruti suzuki s-presso has 3565 mm length, 1520 mm width and 1549 mm height. And the ground clearance of the car is 160 mm. 4 people can be sit comfortably in this car. The drivetrain of the car is FWD and alternative fuel for the CNG variant is petrol. The car has all the basic safety features like ABS, electronic brake distribution(EBD), brake assist(BA), seat belt warning, engine immobilizer and child safety lock.
The instrument cluster of this car doesn’t provide you much of a information. This instrument cluster have 2 electronic trip meters, a digital clock and low fuel warning. The car has 240 litres of boot space and 55 litres of fuel tank capacity.