Publish On 06/07/23, By Adminsahil
Maruti Suzuki introduces the Invicto MPV in India, offering a strong hybrid powertrain and starting at Rs. 24.79 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Invicto MPV, based on the Innova Hycross, becomes Maruti's most premium and expensive offering to date.
Exclusive to Maruti's Nexa dealership chain, the Invicto aims to redefine the premium MPV segment in India.
The Invicto is available in two variants: Zeta+ and Alpha+, catering to different seating layout preferences.
In comparison, the Toyota Innova Hycross offers a wider range of strong hybrid variants with multiple seating options.
Maruti's Invicto holds a price advantage, undercutting the Hycross by Rs. 24,000 for the entry-level trim.
However, there is a price difference of Rs. 1.57 lakh between the top-spec trims of the Invicto and Hycross.
Notable design changes in the Invicto, such as the front grille and alloy wheels, set it apart from the Hycross.
The Invicto compromises on advanced safety tech and rear ottoman function, available in the top-spec Hycross trims.
With its competitive pricing and unique design features, the Invicto aims to attract buyers seeking affordability and exclusivity.