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Maruti Suzuki Invicto: The Undefeated Champion of the MPV World

Ladies and gentlemen, gather ’round and behold the magnificent Maruti Suzuki Invicto, the first-generation marvel launched in the year of our automotive lord, 2023. This beauty isn’t just any MPV; it’s the undefeated, the unbeaten – the Invicto! Let’s take a luxury deep dive into what makes this car a legendary mix of innovation and, dare I say, borderline magic.

The Price of Brilliance

Starting at a mere ex-showroom price of ₹24.79 lakh, you can own a piece of this automotive marvel. But wait, there’s more! If you really want to impress your neighbors and your accountant, the top model Alpha+ Strong Hybrid will set you back ₹28.42 lakh. Or, if you’re feeling particularly noncommittal, you can subscribe to it for just ₹61,860 a month. It’s like Netflix, but for your driveway!

The Face Behind the Mask

Ever heard of the Toyota Innova Hycross? Well, the Invicto is its rebadged twin, flaunting a “crafted futurism” design language. Think of it as identical twins where one is a bit more glamorous and has a slightly fancier name.

Seating for a Small Army

With options for both 7 and 8 seats, the Invicto is perfect for carrying around your entire extended family, plus a couple of their friends. It’s also known as the Toyota Kijang Innova Zenix in some countries, which sounds like a spell Harry Potter might cast when he needs extra legroom.

Hybrid Heaven

Under the hood, this beast packs an electric motor and a 201.6-volt nickel-metal hydride battery, part of a fifth-generation self-charging hybrid system. And, as if that wasn’t enough, the hybrid battery comes with an 8-year, 1.60 lakh km warranty. Because who doesn’t love a car that comes with the promise of an almost eternal battery life?

Dimensions That Impress

Measuring 4.7 meters in length and 1.7 meters in height, and weighing in at a hefty 1700 kg kerb weight (2300 kg gross weight), the Invicto is the sumo wrestler of the MPV world. And let’s not forget those 17-inch precision-cut alloy wheels – the vehicular equivalent of wearing designer shoes.

A Color for Every Mood

The Invicto comes in a palette of Nexa Blue, Bronze, Silver, and White, because your car should always match your outfit.

Suspension That Cares

With McPherson strut suspension at the front and torsion beam suspension at the rear, every bump in the road feels like a gentle caress. It’s like driving on a cloud, except this cloud is a 1700 kg behemoth.

Drive Modes for Every Personality

Eco, Normal, Power – the Invicto caters to your every whim. Feeling eco-conscious? Switch to Eco mode. Want to show off at a traffic light? Power mode it is. And let’s not forget the EV mode, perfect for when you want to sneak out of the house without waking the dog.

Loaded with Features

From LED fog lamps and linear LED turn indicators to a next-wave grille with a chrome crossbar, the Invicto is all about the details. And let’s not overlook the green laminated windshield and the electrically adjustable, retractable, auto-folding outside mirrors with welcome lights. Yes, your car will welcome you like a hotel doorman.

Safety First, Second, and Third

Six SRS airbags, ABS, EBD, a 360-degree camera, parking sensors, vehicle stability control, hill start assist, emergency call SOS button, tyre pressure monitoring system, ISOFIX child seat mounting, Engine Immobilizer, Anti Theft Security System, Speed Sensing Auto Door Lock, central locking, speed warning buzzer and keyless entry are just the beginning. The Invicto is like a rolling fortress of safety features.

The Suzuki Connect Experience

Control your car like a tech wizard with the Suzuki Connect smartphone app. From remote alarm and hazard lights to live vehicle tracking and geofencing, it’s like having a magic wand for your car.

Accessories Galore

Roof bars, chrome garnish, body side moulding, door visors, exhaust garnish, carpet mats, body covers, seat covers, video recorders, wireless chargers, ambient lamps, logo projectors, air purifiers, child seats, cushions, tyre repair kits, car dusters, perfumes, seatbelt covers, adaptors, trunk organizers, pressure washers, tissue boxes, USB chargers, mobile holders, vacuum cleaners, key rings, car care kits – you name it, the Invicto’s got it.

The Techy Bits

Inside, you get a 10.1-inch SmartPlay Magnum+ infotainment system supporting USB, Android Auto, Bluetooth, wireless Apple CarPlay, telematics, FM, and radio. The Zeta+ model has an 8-inch infotainment screen, for those who prefer their tech a bit more modest.

Power and Performance

With a 1987 cc, inline-4 cylinder, 16 valve, DOHC, VVTi, TNGA 5th generation hybrid Toyota M20A-FXS dynamic force petrol engine, the Invicto roars to life with 183 HP and 206 Nm of torque, averaging 23 kmpl with a 52-litre fuel tank. It’s the same engine found in the Toyota Innova Hycross, Corolla, CHR, Prius, and Lexus UX. It’s like the engine equivalent of a multi-talented celebrity who can sing, dance, and act.

So, there you have it, folks. The Maruti Suzuki Invicto is not just a car; it’s a statement. A statement that says, “I love luxury, I love technology, and I love to transport my entire extended family in style.” Whether you’re cruising down the highway or just trying to navigate the chaotic streets of your city, the Invicto ensures you do it with flair, comfort, and a healthy dose of luxury.

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