The Maruti YFG, which is scheduled to release this Diwali, will have a 1.4-liter turbo engine that will help it stand up to the Kia Seltos, Skoda Kushaq and VW Taigun.
For many years, Maruti Suzuki limited itself to the primary level SUV segment. Brezza has been successful in helping the country’s leading carmaker to participate with envy, but it stands out because it is not in the top segments of SUVs. For example, Creta helped Hyundai to establish a strong foothold in the C-SUV segment. So far, he has been the undisputed leader of his category, but it seems that Maruti Suzuki will soon try to catch the bull’s horn. This Diwali edition is a Maruti YFG, a compact SUV that fights directly against the best-selling South Korean. He even tries to sell cars like Kia Seltos, Skoda Kushaq and VW Taigun.
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Maruti YFG design and styling
The upcoming Maruti YFG and Toyota D22 may receive several design marks from the Suzuki A-Cross / Toyota RAV4. However, instead of the sophisticated TNGA platform, the Indian SUV is based on the cheap DNGA platform, which helps the automaker to evaluate the SUV wisely in the Indian market. In fact, there are many rumors that this Skoda Kushaq and VW Taigun rival may even be based on the Global C platform used for 4.th-gen Vitara.
The difference between the Maruti YFG and the Toyota D22 may be due to the fact that the latter is quite inspired by the Corolla Cross. YFG A-Cross, on the other hand, also has a lot to share with the latest Vitara. It may have a large grille and bright headlights on the front.
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Features and capabilities
Although the platform may come from the Toyota family, the engine will be entirely Suzuki. Upcoming Maruti YFG and Toyota D22 SUVs will get their juice from a K14D Boosterjet turbocharged gasoline engine powered by a 48 V soft hybrid system. The maximum power of the installation is 130 PS and a maximum torque of 235 Nm. This equates it with the 1.0- and 1.5-liter petrol versions of the Skoda Kushaq / VW Taigun and Hyundai Creta / Kia Seltos, respectively. Transmission is provided by 6-speed manual and automatic units.
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The interior may be closer to what you find in the international Suzuki A-Cross / Toyota RAV4. It is expected that Maruti YFG will also offer a practical cabin with modern features such as Toyota D22 HUD, cruise control, 360 degree camera, 6 airbags, wireless charging of the smartphone, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and more area. climate control.