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2023 Upcoming Maruti Cars You Should Wait For – 2 SUVs, 1 Sedan, 1 MPV, 1 Hatch

Over the next year or so, Maruti Suzuki plans to release several new items. The country’s largest automaker will debut the five-door Jimny and the YTB crossover at the 2023 Auto Expo. The former will be on sale at the start of the upcoming fiscal year, while the latter will probably be introduced in the second quarter.

Maruti Suzuki YTB:

The Heartect platform will support the 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that will power the YTB, which has a maximum power output of about 100 PS. The style will be modelled around the Grand Vitara midsize SUV with a roofline like a coupe. A floating touchscreen infotainment system will be one of the interior’s high-end features.

Five-Door Maruti Jimny

The five-door Jimny, which will have a longer wheelbase than the worldwide three-door Sierra, will compete with the future five-door Mahindra Thar and five-door Force Gurkha. A 1.5-litre, four-cylinder, mild hybrid K15B engine with a power output of 103 PS and 138 Nm will provide the vehicle’s power. Suzuki’s All Grip Pro 4WD technology will transmit power to all four wheels when connected with a four-speed AT or a five-speed MT.

Next-Gen Maruti Suzuki Swift:

The next-generation Suzuki Swift will make its world premiere sometime next year, and it will likely reach India in the first half of 2024. It will continue to use the existing powertrain, while the 1.2-litre Strong Hybrid petrol unit will target claimed fuel economy. 35-40 kmpl is highly likely. The design will adopt an evolutionary approach with contemporary styling elements.

Next-Gen Maruti Suzuki Dzire:

The third-generation Maruti Suzuki Dzire will debut in Q1 or Q2 of 2024 CY, simultaneously as its hatchback brother. It will have the same engine choices as the next Swift, and the frontal styling may also be comparable. In comparison to the current model, the interior will be more luxurious.

Maruti C-MPV:

The most expensive model from the Indo-Japanese manufacturer is a high-end C-segment MPV. It will be a Toyota Innova Hycross badge-engineered variant and will probably take design ideas from the Grand Vitara and the current Suzuki products worldwide. A 2.0-litre NA and 2.0-liter powerful hybrid petrol engine will power it. The expected release date is late in 2023.


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