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September 2022 - Maruti Nexa Grand Vitara Petrol Variants Explained - Which One To Buy?

In this variant explained article, you'll find out which variant of the Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara petrol you should buy based on variant-wise features while prioritising functionality and usability. Here we compare and analyse the Grand Vitara's petrol variants and their features to figure out which variant will offer a balanced ownership experience. Then we will compare the engine specs, dimensions of the 2022 Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara with its competitors and other petrol-powered C-segment SUVs like Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder, Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, MG Astor, Maruti Nexa S-Cross, Volkswagen Taigun and Skoda Kushaq.

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara

Updated: This Maruti Nexa Grand Vitara petrol variants explained article includes the latest launch prices of the SUV and updated variant-wise buying recommendations based on usability and value for money.

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What Are The Pros And Cons Of Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Petrol?

The pros or advantages of 2022 Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara petrol are:

  • Only C-segment SUV with 4WD helps it completely justify the SUV tag
  • Grand Vitara will most likely earn the tag of the most fuel-efficient C-segment SUV with the hybrid engine
  • Maruti Suzuki’s proven track record and 25 years of experience making hybrids means solid long-term reliability and limited probability of teething issues we, which we normally see with first-gen technology
  • Top-spec hybrid variant gets a fairly long list of features like tyre pressure sensors, ventilated seats, rear disc brakes, wireless phone charger, panoramic sunroof, colour LCD instrument cluster, head-up display, telematics, LED projector headlamps, 360-degree camera, 6 airbags, ambient lighting and illuminated boot, glovebox and footwell
  • Well-equipped base variant with most of the must-have features

The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara petrol has the following shortcomings or problems:

  • 17-inch wheels with mild hybrid base variant may affect the real-world performance, drivability and efficiency because of higher rotating mass
  • Tyre pressure sensors, ventilated front seats, wireless phone charger, puddle lamps, colour LCD for instrument cluster remain exclusive to the full hybrid engine only
  • Missing features list includes power driver seat, ADAS
  • No diesel or turbo petrol engine; no 6-speed manual transmission
  • Lowest-in-segment boot space, especially with the hybrid powertrain

What Is The Price Of Maruti Nexa Grand Vitara Petrol Variants?

The Nexa Grand Vitara is available in 4 variants. The mild-hybrid petrol-manual powertrain is available in all 4 variants and costs between Rs. 10.45 lakh and Rs. 15.39 lakh. This engine is also available with a torque converter automatic for an additional Rs. 1.50 lakh in the higher 3 variants.

The top 2 variants with the hybrid powertrain get the ‘Plus’ name in the variant moniker. The Grand Vitara hybrid Zeta Plus and Alpha Plus variants cost Rs. 17.99 lakh and Rs. 19.49 lakh. These prices are Rs. 2.60 lakh higher than the comparable mild-hybrid petrol-automatic variants. The top variant also gets a 4WD option for an additional Rs. 1.50 lakh with the petrol-manual powertrain.

2022 MARUTI SUZUKI NEXA GRAND VITARA

EX-SHOWROOM | SEPTEMBER 2022

Variant

Mild Hyb. Petrol 4WD Manual

Diff.

Mild Hyb. Petrol Manual

Diff.

Mild Hyb. Petrol Auto

Diff.

Hybrid Petrol Auto

Sigma

-

-

Rs. 10,45,000

-

-

-

-

Delta

-

-

Rs. 11,90,000

Rs. 1,50,000

Rs. 13,40,000

-

-

Zeta

-

-

Rs. 13,89,000

Rs. 1,50,000

Rs. 15,39,000

Rs. 2,60,000

Rs. 17,99,000

Alpha

Rs. 16,89,000

Rs. 1,50,000

Rs. 15,39,000

Rs. 1,50,000

Rs. 16,89,000

Rs. 2,60,000

Rs. 19,49,000

New Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Sigma - Base Model Price, Features

The base Sigma variant of the Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara SUV only comes with the 1.5L mild-hybrid petrol engine and a manual transmission. It costs Rs. 10.45 lakh (ex-showroom) and gets the following notable features of the new Grand Vitara’s Sigma base model are:

  • Day/night inside mirror
  • Tilt & telescopic steering
  • Front armrest with sliding and storage
  • Rear armrest with cup holders
  • Rear disc brakes
  • Steering-mounted controls
  • 2x rear reading lamps
  • Height-adjustable front seatbelts
  • LED DRLs and LED turn indicators
  • Halogen projector headlamps
  • Keyless entry with push-button start stop
  • Auto AC with rear AC vents
  • 60-40 split rear seatbacks with reclining
  • Height-adjustable driver seat
  • All power windows
  • 5x 3-point seatbelts
  • 5x adjustable headrests
  • Power mirrors with power folding
  • ESC and hill start assist
  • Dead pedal

The base variant seems to have most of the must-have features we expect from a base variant of a modern C-segment SUV. You might only miss a few features such as:

  • Rear washer wiper
  • Rear camera
  • Music system
  • Tyre pressure sensors

We’ll suggest budget-conscious buyers to buy the base Sigma variant and add some aftermarket accessories. The Delta doesn’t offer enough features to justify an upgrade. So, even if you have the budget for the Delta variant, we’ll recommend the base Sigma variant with some aftermarket accessories. Only the music system and a rear camera seem like the biggest missing features in the base model of the Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara. Both of these features are very easy to install from the aftermarket or you can get these from the dealer so that your car is ready from day 1.

MARUTI SUZUKI GRAND VITARA SIGMA

BASE MODEL STANDARD FEATURES

Safety & Entertainment

Functional

Style

Std. safety features

Rear armrest with cup holders

Tilt & telescopic steering

LED DRL & turn indicators

Steering-mounted controls

5x adjustable headrests

Driver window one-touch up/down

Turn indicators on outside mirrors

Hill start assist

Sliding front armrest w/ storage

4x door bottle holders

17-inch steel wheels w/ covers

Day/night inside mirror

Power mirrors with power folding

4.2-inch full colour display for MID

Dual-tone interior

2x ISOFIX

All power windows

Rear AC vents

Rear spoiler

Halogen projector headlamps

Keyless entry with push-button start/stop

Height-adjustable driver seat

Body-coloured door handles & outside mirrors

5x 3-point seatbelts

Reclining rear seatbacks

60-40 split folding rear seatbacks

Fabric seats

ESC

2x vanity mirrors

Auto AC

Shark fin antenna

Rear disc brakes

12V power socket

Driver footrest/Dead pedal

LED tail lamps

2022 Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Sigma vs Delta Variant - Price, Feature Comparison

The Delta variant of the Grand Vitara is available with mild-hybrid manual and automatic powertrains. With the manual transmission, it costs Rs. Rs. 11.90 lakh, which is Rs. 1.45 lakh higher than the Sigma. The Delta automatic is another Rs. 1.50 lakh pricier and costs RS. 13.40 lakh.

MARUTI NEXA GRAND VITARA PETROL | PRICES

 

Sigma

Difference

Delta

Mild-Hybrid Manual

Rs. 10,45,000

Rs. 1,45,000

Rs. 11,90,000

Difference

-

 

Rs. 1,50,000

Mild-Hybrid Automatic

-

-

Rs. 13,40,000

Over the base Sigma variant, the Delta variant adds the following notable features:

  • Cruise control
  • 7-inch touchscreen
  • Wired Android Auto and Apple Carplay
  • 4x speakers
  • Telematics/connected car tech
  • Rear parking camera
  • Front footwell, boot and glovebox light
  • Paddle shifters (automatic only)
  • Front and rear skid plates

This variant misses out on the following features:

  • LED headlamps
  • Rear washer wiper
  • Tyre pressure sensors

On the feature front, the Delta variant seems to offer a very nice balance of good-to-have and must-have features. However, it offers poor value for money. So, we’ll not suggest buying the Delta variant. Instead, you should consider buying the base Sigma variant and adding aftermarket accessories. If you’re interested in the automatic transmission, then you should consider stretching your budget for a higher variant to get better value and more features.

MARUTI SUZUKI GRAND VITARA DELTA

FEATURES OVER SIGMA

Safety & Style

Entertainment

Functional

Rear parking camera

7-inch touchscreen

12V Power outlet in boot

Front footwell light

Wired Android Auto

Boot light

Front & rear skid plates

Wired Apple Carplay

Paddle shifters (Auto only)

 

FM, USB & Bluetooth

Rear USB charger

 

Telematics

Cruise control

 

4x speakers

Glovebox light

New Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Petrol Delta vs Zeta / Zeta Plus Hybrid Variant - Price, Feature Comparison

Besides the mild-hybrid petrol-manual and automatic, the Zeta variant also gets hybrid powertrain option. The mild-hybrid petrol-manual, petrol-automatic and hybrid petrol-automatic powertrains of the Zeta variant cost Rs. 13.89 lakh, Rs. 15.39 lakh and Rs. 17.99 lakh, respectively. The Zeta variant costs Rs. 1.99 lakh more than the lower Delta variant. The hybrid powertrain costs Rs. 2.60 lakh more than the Zeta mild-hybrid automatic. It’s worth noting that besides the features of the Zeta variant and the hybrid powertrain, it also gets a few extra features.

MARUTI NEXA GRAND VITARA PETROL | PRICES

 

Delta

Difference

Zeta

Mild-Hybrid Manual

Rs. 11,90,000

Rs. 1,99,000

Rs. 13,89,000

Difference

Rs. 1,50,000

 

Rs. 1,50,000

Mild-Hybrid Automatic

Rs. 13,40,000

Rs. 1,99,000

Rs. 15,39,000

Difference

-

 

Rs. 2,60,000

Hybrid Automatic

-

-

Rs. 17,99,000

The 2022 Grand Vitara Zeta adds the following notable features over the Delta:

  • Larger 9-inch touchscreen
  • Wireless Android Auto and Apple Carplay
  • 2x front side thorax and 2x curtain airbags
  • Auto-dimming inside mirror
  • Auto folding outside mirrors
  • Auto headlamps
  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • Soft-touch dashboard
  • Rear washer wiper
  • Panoramic sunroof (Available with hybrid only)
  • Head-up display (Available with hybrid only)
  • Wireless phone charger (Available with hybrid only)
  • Colour LCD instrument cluster (Available with hybrid only)
  • Paddle shifters (Not available with hybrid)

You may miss the following features in the Zeta variant:

  • 360-degree camera
  • Sunroof
  • Head-up display
  • Tyre pressure sensors

2022 MARUTI SUZUKI GRAND VITARA ZETA

FEATURES OVER DELTA

Safety

Entertainment

Functional

Style

Hybrid Only

LED projector headlamps

9-inch touchscreen

Auto folding outside mirrors

Chrome exterior detailing

7-inch colour LCD instrument cluster

2x front side thorax airbags

Arkamys sound tuning

Follow-me-home headlamps

Soft-touch dashboard

Panoramic sunroof

2x curtain airbags

2x tweeters

Auto headlamps

17-inch alloy wheels

Silver roof rails

Auto dimming inside mirror

Wireless Android Auto

Front vanity lamps

Door ambient lighting

Ambient lights in dashboard

Rear wiper & washer

Wireless Apple Carplay

   

Head-up display

       

Wireless phone charger

       

(-) Paddle shifters

If you don’t want to stretch your budget any further, then you can consider buying the Zeta variant. It’s still an expensive upgrade and it too doesn't justify the incremental cost over the base Sigma variant. For Grand Vitara automatic buyers, this is a better option than the lower Delta variant.

If you’re interested in the hybrid powertrain, then this is a far better option in terms of value for money than the lower variants because of its higher value-for-money score. Although, even with some exclusive high-value features like panoramic sunroof and head-up display, this variant also doesn’t have enough features and performance improvements to warrant an upgrade.

2022 Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Petrol Zeta vs Alpha / Alpha Plus Hybrid Variant - Price, Feature Comparison

Alpha

In addition to the hybrid automatic, mild-hybrid manual and mild-hybrid automatic, the Alpha variant also gets the option of 4-wheel drive with the mild-hybrid manual powertrain. The Alpha hybrid manual and automatic powetrains cost Rs. 15.39 lakh and Rs. 16.89 lakh, respectively. These prices are Rs. 1.50 lakh  With the 4-wheel drive manual, it costs Rs. 16.89 lakh, which is Rs. 1.50 lakh higher than the 2WD manual. The Grand Vitara’s Alpha variant with the hybrid petrol-automatic powertrain costs Rs. 19.49 lakh, which is again, Rs. 2.60 lakh higher than the mild-hybrid automatic.

It offers the following notable features over the lower Zeta variant:

  • 360-degree camera
  • Leather steering
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Black roof rails
  • Drive models (4WD only)
  • Hill descent control (4WD only)
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system (Available with hybrid only)
  • Ventilated front seats (Available with hybrid only)
  • Puddle lamps (Available with hybrid only)

Even in this variant, you may miss features like:

  • Tyre pressure sensors (Not available with hybrid)
  • Head-up display (Not available with hybrid)
  • Ventilated front seats (Not available with hybrid)
  • Premium sound system

Alpha

MARUTI NEXA GRAND VITARA PETROL | PRICES

 

Zeta

Difference

Alpha

Mild-Hybrid 4WD Manual

-

-

Rs. 16,89,000

Difference

-

 

Rs. 1,50,000

Mild-Hybrid Manual

Rs. 13,89,000

Rs. 1,50,000

Rs. 15,39,000

Difference

Rs. 1,50,000

 

Rs. 1,50,000

Mild-Hybrid Automatic

Rs. 15,39,000

Rs. 1,50,000

Rs. 16,89,000

Difference

Rs. 2,60,000

 

Rs. 2,60,000

Hybrid Automatic

Rs. 17,99,000

Rs. 1,50,000

Rs. 19,49,000

If you want nothing short of a fully-loaded variant, then you should buy the Alpha variant. The Alpha variant with the mild-hybrid powertrain offers better value than the Delta and Zeta variants. This recommendation is valid for manual as well as automatic buyers.

Alpha

With the hybrid powertrain, the Alpha Plus variant doesn’t add enough features to justify the upgrade over the Zeta Plus. So, you should consider this variant only if you’re willing to compromise on the value front.

For buyers interested in the 4WD, the Alpha variant is the only option. So, there’s not much choice for 4WD Grand Vitara buyers. On the bright side, the 4WD carries a reasonable price and it’s worth buying from a value angle.

2022 MARUTI SUZUKI GRAND VITARA ALPHA

FEATURES OVER ZETA

Others

Hybrid Only

360-degree parking camera

Leather-wrapped steering wheel

Hill descent control (4WD only)

Black leather upholstery

Drive modes (4WD only)

Puddle lamps

Leather-wrapped steering wheel

Better speakers

Panoramic sunroof (Mild hybrid also)

Tyre pressure sensors

Leather upholstery

Ventilated front seats

Black roof rails

 

Alpha

Which Variant Of The Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Petrol Should You Buy?

Let’s start with the base mild hybrid petrol engine and manual transmission combination. The base Sigma variant seems like a reasonably-loaded option and has most of the must-have features for a budget-conscious buyer. It also has the best value for money score and it’s our top recommendation for budget and value-conscious buyers.

The Delta variant has a balanced feature set but it offers a poor value proposition. So, we’ll not recommend buying the Grand Vitara Delta.

The Zeta variant seems like it has a decent number of features. So, if you want a more upmarket ownership experience, then you can buy the Zeta variant. However, you can also consider upgrading to the Alpha for some of its feel-good features like panoramic sunroof.

For Grand Vitara 4WD buyers, there’s only one choice – the Alpha variant with mild hybrid petrol engine and manual transmission. Thankfully, it offers better value than the Alpha 2WD and it’s worth buying if you drive on low-traction surfaces.

2022 MARUTI SUZUKI NEXA GRAND VITARA

MILD HYBRID PETROL-MANUAL BUYING RECOMMENDATION

Variant

VFM Rank

Price

Recommendation

Sigma

Rank 1

Rs. 10,45,000

Suitable for budget buyers, personalisation recommended

Delta

Rank 4

Rs. 11,90,000

Expensive upgrade; not recommended

Zeta

Rank 3

Rs. 13,89,000

For safety and good-to-have features, better upgrade to Alpha

Alpha

Rank 2

Rs. 15,39,000

Suitable for those who want a feature-rich variant only

Alpha 4WD

-

Rs. 16,89,000

Suitable for those who want 4WD

If you’re interested in the Nexa Grand Vitara petrol-automatic with the mild-hybrid engine, then the Delta variant seems like a suitable option only if you can’t stretch your budget any further. If you can, then the Zeta variant is worth considering. However, the upgrade to Alpha is also worth the incremental cost because of high-value features like the sunroof.

MARUTI SUZUKI NEXA GRAND VITARA

MILD HYBRID PETROL-AUTOMATIC BUYING RECOMMENDATION

Variant

VFM Rank

Price

Recommendation

Delta

Rank 1

Rs. 13,40,000

Consider upgrading to Zeta

Zeta

Rank 3

Rs. 15,39,000

Worth considering

Alpha

Rank 2

Rs. 16,89,000

For those who want modern-day good-to-have features

For the Maruti Grand Vitara hybrid petrol-automatic powertrain buyers, the Zeta Plus variant seems like a suitable choice even though it doesn’t completely justify the incremental cost over the base Sigma variant. The top-spec Alpha Plus variant doesn’t add valuable features justify the upgrade and is not recommended.

MARUTI SUZUKI NEXA GRAND VITARA

HYBRID PETROL-AUTOMATIC BUYING RECOMMENDATION

Variant

VFM Rank

Price

Recommendation

Zeta Plus

Rank 1

Rs. 17,99,000

Best variant to buy for most hybrid-automatic buyers

Alpha Plus

Rank 2

Rs. 19,49,000

Expensive upgrade; not recommended

What Are The Engine Specifications Of The Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Petrol?

If we compare the Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara with other C-segment petrol SUVs, then we can notice that it’s one of the few cars with a 5-speed manual transmission. Creta, Seltos, Kushaq and Taigun offer a 6-speed manual transmission.

The Creta and Seltos also have the option of auto-clutch manual transmission in specific variants. These transmissions manage the clutch and make driving in stop-and-go traffic almost as convenient as an automatic transmission. Meanwhile, the Kushaq and Taigun’s 1.0L turbo petrol engines offer better bottom and mid-range torque to improve the city driving experience.

The other disadvantage of this Grand Vitara’s petrol engine is its low power and torque output figures. Although, its mild hybrid tech will add some bottom-end torque, which the peak torque figures don't convey.

The mileage details of the Grand Vitara aren’t available right now but we expect it to offer slightly better mileage figures than the S-Cross, which also has the same petrol engine.

The star of the show, though, is the strong hybrid engine, which promises a mileage of almost 28kmpl, which is unheard of from a petrol engine. It doesn’t shine with outright power figures but we’re sure that it’ll offer good performance and drivability in the city and on the highway. Moreover, given that this engine comes from Toyota, we can expect solid long-term reliability as well. Toyota have more than 2 decades of experience making reliable and fuel efficient hybrid petrol engines

MARUTI SUZUKI GRAND VITARA VS RIVALS

BASE PETROL ENGINE SPEC COMPARISON

 

Grand Vitara MH

Grand Vitara Hybrid

Hyryder MH

Hyryder Hybrid

Seltos

Creta

Kushaq 1.0L Turbo

Taigun 1.0L Turbo

Astor

S-Cross MH

Engine

1.5L

1.5L

1.5L

1.5L

1.5L

1.5L

1.0L

1.0L

1.5L

1.5L

Cylinder

4

3

4

3

4

4

3

3

4

4

Displacement

1462cc

1490cc

1462cc

1490cc

1497 cc

1497 cc

999cc

999cc

1498cc

1462cc

Power

103PS @ 6000rpm

115.5PS

102PS @ 6000rpm

115.5PS

115PS @ 6300rpm

115PS @ 6300rpm

115PS @ 5000rpm

115PS @ 5000rpm

110PS @ 6000rpm

105PS @ 6000rpm

Torque

136.8Nm @ 4400rpm

141Nm

135Nm @ 4400rpm

141Nm

144Nm @ 4500rpm

144Nm @ 4500rpm

178Nm @ 1750 - 4500rpm

178Nm @ 1750 - 4500rpm

144Nm @ 4400rpm

138Nm @ 4400rpm

Manual

5MT

NA

5MT

NA

6MT & 6ACMT

6MT & 6ACMT

6MT

6MT

5MT

5MT

Manual FE

21.11kmpl (19.38kmpl AWD)

NA

NA

NA

16.5kmpl

16.8kmpl

17.88kmpl

18.10kmpl

NA

18.55kmpl

Automatic 

6TC

CVT

6TC

CVT

CVT

CVT

6TC

6TC

CVT

4TC

Auto FE

20.58kmpl

27.97kmpl

NA

NA

16.8kmpl

16.9kmpl

15.78kmpl

16.44kmpl

NA

18.43kmpl

You can use our Fuel Cost Calculator to see how much any petrol, diesel or CNG car will cost to run based on the latest fuel price in your city.

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What Are The Dimensions Of The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara?

In terms of dimensions, the 2022 Grand Vitara is on par with its rivals for the most part. We don’t yet know its exact boot space but it has a class-leading ground clearance of 210mm. The other notable standout aspect of the Grand Vitara is its tyre size. While other SUVs also offer 17-inch wheels with 215-section tyres, the Grand Vitara and Hyryder are the only 2 C-segment SUVs, which offer 17-inch wheels right from the base variant.

The most notable issue with the Grand Vitara’s dimensions is the boot space, which measures 373 litres in the mild-hybrid variants. This is already the lowest in class and with the hybrid powertrain, the figure drops to a hatchback-like 265 litres.

MARUTI SUZUKI GRAND VITARA vs COMPETITION

DIMENSION COMPARISON

 

Gr. Vitara

Hyryder

Seltos

Creta

Astor

Kushaq

Taigun

Length

4345mm

4365mm

4315mm

4300mm

4323mm

4225mm

4221mm

Width

1795mm

1795mm

1800mm

1790mm

1809mm

1760mm

1760mm

Height

1645mm

1635mm

1645mm

1635mm

1650mm

1612mm

1612mm

Wheelbase

2600mm

2600mm

2610mm

2610mm

2585mm*

2651mm

2651mm

Ground Clearance

210mm

210mm

190mm*

190mm*

180mm*

188mm

188mm

Boot Space

373L/265L (Hybrid)

373L/265L (Hybrid)

433L

433L

448L*

385L

385L

Fuel Tank

45L

45L

50L

50L

48L/45L (Turbo)

50L

50L

Tyre (base)

215/60 R17

215/60 R17

205/65 R16

205/65 R16

215/60 R16

205/60 R16

205/60 R16

Tyre (top)

215/60 R17

215/60 R17

215/55 R18

215/60 R17

215/55 R17

205/55 R17

205/55 R17

*Estimated

Find out how you can get the best mileage or fuel efficiency from your car:

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What Are The Colour Options Of The Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara?

The 2022 Grand Vitara is available in the following 6 monotone colour options:

  • White
  • Blue
  • Silver
  • Grey
  • Red
  • Brown

It also has the following 2 dual-tone colour options:

  • Red with black roof
  • Silver with black roof

Note: Here is a quick look at our length-based segmentation of cars to give you an idea of how we are classifying cars based on their size.

CLASSIFICATION OF CARS

SEGMENT

SUB-SEGMENT

LENGTH

EXAMPLE

A Segment

A

< 3699mm

Alto, Kwid (Exception), Santro, Celerio

       

B Segment

B1

3700 - 3850mm

Ignis, GO, Nios, Swift, Tiago

       

B Segment

B2

3850 - 3999mm

Altroz, Brezza, Baleno, Amaze, Nexon, Dzire

       

C Segment

C

4000 - 4499mm

Exception - New City, Slavia, Virtus

Grand Vitara, Ciaz, Creta, Seltos, Compass, Ertiga

       

D Segment

D1

4500 - 4750mm

XUV700, Elantra, Civic, Harrier, Hector, Innova, Kodiaq, CR-V, Carens

       

D Segment

D2

> 4750mm

Gloster, Fortuner, Superb, Camry, Carnival

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mahesh Yadav

Mahesh is a fan of compact, quirky and underrated vehicles that punch above their weight. Multix, Nano, Strom R3 and Navi are his favorites.

2 Comments

  1. K Kamlesh says:
    August 19 2022 12:40:23

    Very good comparison - very informative- thanks a lot!!

  2. R Rakib says:
    September 20 2022 15:56:24

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