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Maruti Suzuki S-Presso

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Maruti S-Presso Latest Updates

Maruti has hiked the pricing of the S-Presso by Rs 7,000 across all variants. The hatchback retails between Rs 3.78 lakh and Rs 5.26 lakh (ex-showroom).

Maruti S-Presso Price

The price of Maruti S-Presso starts at Rs. 3.78 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 5.26 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of S-Presso ranges between Rs. 3.78 Lakh to Rs. 5.06 Lakh. Maruti S-Presso is available in 14 variants and 6 different colours.

S-Presso Specifications

The S-Presso is available in BS6-compliant petrol and CNG models, both of which are powered by the 1.0-litre K10B motor, which develops 68PS in petrol mode and 59PS in CNG mode. While the CNG S-Presso gets only a 5-speed manual transmission, the petrol-only model gets the option of an AMT. Maruti Suzuki claims that the CNG S-Presso will provide 32km/g and the petrol-only model will give a mileage of 21.7 kmpl.

Maruti S-Presso Variants

The S-Presso can be had in a total of four variants: Std, LXi, VXi, VXi+. The AMT transmission is only available in the VXi variant.

S-Presso Features

Visually, the S-Presso looks like a jacked-up Alto. That said, the S-Presso has its own styling elements. The S-Presso gets bits like steering-mounted audio controls, 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and a digital display with MID. Safety features include dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, high-speed alert as well as driver and co-driver seat belt warning.

Maruti S-Presso Competitors

It rivals the likes of the Renault Kwid and the Datsun redi-GO in India.

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S-Presso STD
21.4 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 3.78 Lakh
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S-Presso STD Opt
21.4 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 3.84 Lakh
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S-Presso LXI
21.4 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 4.16 Lakh
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Editor's View of Maruti S-Presso

  • Upside

    Quirky looks and interiors will stand out for sure. Interiors are spacious. Light controls, slick shifting gearbox and tractable BS6 compliant engine make it great to drive in the city

  • Downside

    Pricey for the features on offer and even more expensive to customise. Quirky looks may not be everyone's cup of coffee.

  • Our Verdict

    It's easy to drive nature and spacious interiors will make the S-Presso appealing to new drivers. We just wish that it was better equipped and better priced.


S-Presso Detailed Review

There is always a buzz around any upcoming Maruti car and when the car in question is going to be an affordable one, the one that follows in the footsteps of the Alto and the legendary 800, the expectations are sky high. Meet the S-Presso, which as the name suggests is trying to offer a solid punch in a tiny footprint. So has Maruti delivered yet another ideal affordable hatch? Read on to find the answer.

Quirky but not attractive

Every car has at least that one angle from where it looks attractive. Unfortunately with the S-presso, most will find it hard to find one. Upfront it does have some attractive elements, like the headlamps and the Vitara Brezza-inspired grille which gives it an in-your-face look. But underneath the grille, the large black bumper section looks a bit empty. You don’t get fog lamps, no contrasting colour highlighting and even the not so fancy LED DRLs are optional extras for which Maruti charges Rs 10,000!

Moving on to the side, the squared off dimensions makes the S-Presso look like a mini SUV. But it looks a bit flat as even the wheel arches aren’t flared enough and it does lack a bit of muscle that you expect. But it is from the rear where the S-Presso looks most appealing. The bulging boot-lid and the well designed tail lamps look nice. But like the front, the narrow width and tall body does make it look a bit odd.

The S-Presso is based on the Heartect-K platform which is different from the one found on the Wagon-R. In terms of dimensions, it is narrower and shorter than the Renault Kwid but is noticeably taller.

Interesting inside

Like the exterior, the interior of the S-Presso is quirky, but the execution is much better. The dash design will remind you of a Mini Cooper as the round shaped centre console houses the instrumentation, a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system and air-con controls. The centre two vents too get a unique placement as they are placed high up, which helps improve airflow in the tall cabin. The air conditioning system is strong and effective too and it had no trouble to cool the airy cabin even in hot Jodhpur.

Thanks to the wide opening doors and the tall seat height, ingress and egress is very easy. The quality of plastics as well as the fit and finish is appreciable for a budget hatch. The instrument cluster includes a digital speedometer and fuel gauge, but there’s no rev counter here. It looks sporty and is quite easy to read on the move. The S-Presso’s cabin is quite practical too. It gets a small glove box, a scooped out storage cavity above that, two cup holders below the centre console and big front door pockets that can accommodate a one litre bottle with ease.

Drivers will appreciate the good visibility out of the front windscreen thanks to the thin A-pillars and the high bonnet. The front seats are placed high up and despite not having steering or seat height adjust, most won't have a problem with the high driving position of the S-Presso. When it comes to comfort, the front seat cushioning on the S-Presso is a bit too soft. The buckets are comfortable enough for short drives, but anything more than that, you might have to stop for a break or two.

The rear seat space is where the S-Presso surprises the most. Despite being much smaller, the S-Presso offers much more room at the rear than the Renault Kwid. To put things in perspective, as compared to the Renault Kwid, the S-Presso has 100mm more knee room, 20mm more headroom and 5mm more shoulder room. Sadly, save for a small cubby hole on the floor console, there are no storage spaces at the rear.

The boot, at 270 litres, is spacious enough. That’s 93 litres more than the Alto, but 9 litre less than the updated Kwid. It is deep and well shaped; but the opening is a bit narrow, which means loading big suitcases won't be the easiest.

While the S-Presso is practical, it isn’t setting any benchmarks in terms of features. Highlights include the 7-inch touchscreen (with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay), manual air-conditioning, steering-mounted audio controls and front power windows. For the price, we think it could’ve done with daytime running lamps, rear power windows, an armrest for the rear seat and a parking camera — all of which the Renault Kwid offers.

In terms of safety, a driver’s airbag and ABS with EBD is offered as standard across all variants. The co-driver airbag, and seat belts with pretensioners and load limiter is standard only on the top end VXi+ variant, and a Rs 6000 optional extra on every other variant.

What’s more, the base variant of the S-Presso is too bare bones to even consider. It’s missing essentials like air-conditioning and power steering. The L variant adds these in, but is still lacklustre in what it’s offering. Between the VXi (O) and the VXi+ we’d opt for the latter considering it offers just about enough to be a modern day small hatchback.

K-series still setting benchmarks

The S-Presso is powered by the same 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder petrol motor found in the Alto K10 and the Wagon R. But crucially in the S-Presso, it is now BS6 compliant. Despite the upgrade, the engine is still a benchmark in the segment and hasn’t lost any of its pep.

Like before, the motor is responsive and has a linear tug from low engine speeds, making it great for in-city commutes. In fact, the motor’s drivability is so impressive that you can stay in third gear from as low as 20kmph without any judders or vibration from the motor. Out on the highway, the motor has no hiccups getting up to 80-100kmph, and staying there all day long. But ask more from the engine and it begins to feel strained and coarse. The engine gets noisy past 3500rpm and there is a lot of road noise seeping in the cabin too. Add that the sound insulation isn't particularly great, and it’s best you tackle highway commutes at sedate speeds.

The S-Presso’s 5-speed manual gearbox is crisp and snappy to use. The light and short throw allows you to execute a quick shift with ease, and this reduces the stress on the driver even further. We also sampled the AMT version of the S-Presso. Whether it be ambling along in the city or even cruising steadily on the highway, this gearbox works really well. Like with all AMTs, it does show its basic roots when you are in need of instant change of pace. The gearbox struggles to drop the gears quickly and there is a brief pause before the power is delivered. So, overtaking on a narrow two lane road needs to be planned and it’s best to gently feed in the power. You can also use the manual mode in which the gearbox holds on to gears. For everyday driving, the auto mode works great, and it’s only if you are in a real hurry or need more engine braking (while going downhill, for example), will you feel the need to swap cogs yourself.

Well mannered little fella

Another aspect where the S-Presso really surprises you is the way it tackles our ever broken roads. At low speeds, you do feel the lightness of the chassis and the firmness of the suspension as it feels a bit skittish over a broken patch of road. But to our surprise, if you tackle the same patch at a higher speed, the S-Presso just glides over the imperfections. The suspension does well to soften the blows from potholes even on the highway. But being tall and narrow, it’s better to drive at a sensible pace, and not change lanes in a hurry either.

We hardly came across any serious corners, so it was difficult to assess its handling prowess. But first impressions are pretty positive. The steering, though a little vague at first, feels surprisingly direct as you add more lock. It also felt safe and predictable till about 90-100kmph. But once past that, it does feel a bit floaty and this car feels best when driven in a relaxed manner.

Summing it up

Clearly, the S-Presso has some flashes of brilliance but has its shortcomings too. Let's start with the positives first. Despite being a small car, there is a surprising amount of room on the inside, the K-series engine is still a benchmark and thanks to its easy to drive nature, the S-Presso is ideal for a first car buyer.

On the downside, the S-Presso doesn’t offer much for the price it commands. Second, it isn’t particularly attractive to look at either. It looks like a budget car from the outside, which will have you spend on accessories heavily. And in that case, the price strays into WagonR territory, which is simply a much bigger and better car in almost every way.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying S-Presso

Q. How many litre petrol in reserve?
  • Maruti S-Presso comes with a fuel tank of 55 litres capacity. Generally, the MID(Multi-information display) starts showing a warning for low fuel when there is 10-12 litres of fuel is remaining which is around 6-7 litres of fuel.
Q. Radiator fan part no.?
  • We'd suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized service center in order to get exact details regarding the prices and availability of spare parts. Click on the given link and select your desired city for service centers..
Q. What is price of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso in April month?
  • The Maruti Suzuki S-Presso comes with a price tag of Rs. 3.70 Lakh (Ex-Showroom, Delhi). Moreover, for the information regarding the estimated on-road price, you may check this link- Price. Also, to know the current on-road price you can get in touch with the nearest authorized dealership in your respective city. You can get dealership details here.
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Q. I want to purchase S-Presso or Wagon R new. Which will be better among both car under 5 lakh?
  • If you are looking for an easy to drive, compact but spacious hatchback that zips in and out of City traffic like a breeze and has a tiny foot print and turning circle, plus low fuel & maintenance costs, go for the S-Presso. If your preference is for a larger, more spacious car, with good fuel savings and maintenance costs, the Wagon R is the right choice!
  • Zero security features... Zero features on this car from Maruti.. Don't go for the look only..
  • Wagon R is better, espresso has zero rating in crash test. Also wagon R is an established model.
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Q. Does S-Presso has one white light in rear (for automatic geared car)? I bought this car, I have one light on left rear but not on right.
  • Even I need to know why one light,what sense does it make, is it a two wheeler.... Secondly it does not have cup folded on wheels at front while rear wheels have have it and protect your the bearing
  • What kind of cost cutting is this? Even Alto has two white lights in rear.
  • Mine S-Presso also has one reversing light in the back.
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Q. Is Maruti Suzuki S-Presso STD model with AC or not?
  • Yes and with drivers ise air bag.
  • You are wrong no ac in std spresso
  • Only ac not heating
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Maruti S-Presso Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
CNG Manual 31.2 Km/Kg 25 Km/Kg
Petrol Automatic 21.7 Kmpl 20 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 21.7 Kmpl 21 Kmpl

S-Presso User Reviews

3.9 /5
613 reviews
  • Mileage
    4.1/5
  • Performance
    4.0/5
  • Maintenance Cost
    4.1/5
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  • Comfort
    3.9/5
  • Safety
    3.6/5
  • Features & Styling
    3.8/5

Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute

45% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 5.0

    Car having abilities to maintain as low budget car, If looks are not so important, mileage is best in the segment (actual).And in future update safety of car to be taken care, For top end car some features like seat belt pretensioners, Co passenger airbag are advantage.

  • 5.0

    The car will provide a better view of the road far better from other hatchbacks.It will give a feel of a suv.It is a good commuter for a family of five.It will give you enough space for the legs to relax.The seating is higher than most hatchbacks, We won't get a feeling that we are sitting in a hole.

  • 3.8

    Very good low Budget Car. Must go for it those who wants a car for lower price. Looks like Mini SUV.

  • 3.7

    My problem is only one reverse light.What is the problem that.I need to resolve that issue.Overall s presso is a good car.

  • 4.7

    This is an excellent choice for first time drivers and youngsters.On clear roads i could get 24-25 km/ ltr at 50km/hr.In heavy traffics 18-21 km/ ltr.The infotainment system offers live mileage and average mileage of last 5 rides and refills.The car is best in segment.Engine performance is just awesome, This car is light wieght and engine produces good torque, Resulting in great control.The sitting position of driver is too good for a 3-5 to 5 laces segment car.No issue of body or safety concern.The only issue is body- roll on speeds above 80km/hr.Overall best car for city rider and occasional high-way rider.

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  • 4.7

    This is an excellent choice for first time drivers and youngsters.On clear roads i could get 24-25 km/ ltr at 50km/hr.In heavy traffics 18-21 km/ ltr.The infotainment system offers live mileage and average mileage of last 5 rides and refills.The car is best in segment.Engine performance is just awesome, This car is light wieght and engine produces good torque, Resulting in great control.The sitting position of driver is too good for a 3-5 to 5 laces segment car.No issue of body or safety concern.The only issue is body- roll on speeds above 80km/hr.Overall best car for city rider and occasional high-way rider.

  • 4.7

    I purchased s-presso in sep 2020, I found this car is safe and performance wise amazing in this price segment.Even though the global ncap is having the 0 star rating but vxi+ model has been tested, The ratings might have different figure.I have driven s-presso inside city and long trips i must say this is actually a breeze when you drive.You get amazing view from driver seat, Better head space for driver & rear passenger seats make the experience even better.Amt is one area where the improvements are required.

  • 4.3

    I bought S Presso Vxi (O) on 16.01.2020 from Prem sona Motors, Karke Road, Ranchi. To my astonishment I discovered later on that when you imply back gear, the lights provided in the tail light only has a provision of bulb on the left back side, while there is no provision of bulb on the right back side. When enquired about the same, the representative told me that the vehicle has provision of only one bulb on left back ride when you back your car. The logic is not explained.

  • 1.7

    I own an spresso top model, It's an empty box.Windows are too high, Air don't enter.Frontal windows are remotely controlled, Back 2 windows are old fashioned.No rear glass wiper.Very tiny back side glass.Seats are not comfy.No mud guard in rear wheels.While driving and resting hand on window gives the feeling of driving a tempo because window is higher than any other cars.Ceiling is very light.Incomplete maruti enfotainment service unlike swift top model.

  • 4.7

    I bought s presso vxi plus last month....at that time I don't know to drive any car. But, this will help me to drive easily and quickly...due to front pallet view......and also there is no vibration and over sound from engine and surrounding......air conditioner is superb....car front look is superb...side and rear just ok .......boot space superb.....overall this car is perfect choice for city ride and rural roads......

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S Presso Colours

  • Solid Fire Red
  • Pearl Starry Blue
  • Solid Sizzle Orange
  • Metallic Silky Silver
  • Metallic Graphite Grey
  • Solid White

Maruti S-Presso Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Maruti S-Presso
Petrol (5 years) Rs. 35,600
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S-Presso FAQs

What is the price of Maruti S Presso Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti S Presso is 5.26 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Maruti S Presso?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti S Presso is 21.7 Kmpl - 31.2 Km/Kg. Also check User Reported Mileage of S Presso.

What is the EMI of Maruti S Presso in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Maruti S Presso in Delhi is Rs. 7,312 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Maruti S Presso?

The top 3 competitors of Maruti S Presso are Renault KWID, Maruti Wagon R and Maruti Alto.

What is the boot space in Maruti S Presso?

The boot space in Maruti S Presso is 270 L. View full specification of S Presso

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