What is the seating capacity of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. The seating capacity of Maruti Suzuki S Presso is 5.
What is the fuel tank capacity of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. The fuel tank capacity of Maruti Suzuki S Presso is 27 Liters.
What is the dimensions of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. The exterior dimension of Maruti Suzuki S Presso is 3565 mm in length, 1520 mm in width, 1564 mm in height.
What is the length of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. The length of Maruti Suzuki S Presso is 3565 mm.
What is the width of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. The width of Maruti Suzuki S Presso is 1520 mm.
What is the wheel size of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. The wheels size of Maruti Suzuki S Presso is R14.
What is the tyre size of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. The tyre size of Maruti Suzuki S Presso is 165/70 R14.
Mileage & Performance
What is the mileage of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. The mileage of Maruti Suzuki S Presso ranges from 21.7 Kmpl to 31.2 Km/Kg. The claimed ARAI mileage of S-Presso Petrol Manual is 21.7 Kmpl In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of S-Presso Petrol is 21.7 Kmpl
What is the mileage of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso Petrol Version
A. The mileage of Maruti Suzuki S Presso Petrol is 21.7 Kmpl.
What type of airbags available in Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. There are Driver and Passenger airbags available in the top model of Maruti Suzuki S Presso.
What are the colours available in Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
A. Maruti Suzuki S Presso is available in 6 colours:
Solid Fire Red
Pearl Starry Blue
Solid Sizzle Orange
Metallic Silky Silver
Metallic Graphite Grey
Price & Variants
Is Maruti Suzuki S-Presso available through CSD canteen
A. Yes, Maruti Suzuki S Presso is available through CSD canteen.
What are the petrol variants of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
Maruti Suzuki S Presso is available in 6 Petrol variants, out of which 2 are automatic and 4 are manual. The base Petrol variant S Presso STD Opt starts at Rs. 3.99 Lakh. and the top-end Petrol variant S Presso VXI Plus AT is priced at Rs. 5.29 Lakh.
What are the automatic variants of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
Maruti Suzuki S Presso is available in 2 Automatic variants, out of which all are petrol. The base Automatic variant S Presso VXI Opt AT starts at Rs. 5.19 Lakh and the top-end Automatic variant S Presso VXI Plus AT is priced at Rs. 5.29 Lakh.
What are the manual variants of Maruti Suzuki S-Presso
Maruti Suzuki S Presso is available in 2 Manual variants, out of which all are cng. The base Manual variant S Presso STD Opt starts at Rs. 3.99 Lakh and the top-end Manual variant S Presso VXI Opt CNG is priced at Rs. 5.64 Lakh.
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. 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 allow 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. 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. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
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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. Whereas, Maruti Suzuki offers the 2021 Celerio with a sole 1-litre DualJet petrol engine that produces 67PS of push and 89Nm of twist. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual and an AMT.
No it's not powerful than celerio.. Sorry to say that S presso is a failure model..
Gear changes are generally slower than usual, in-gear acceleration takes time and out on the highways, you will have to plan your overtakes. The best way to drive an AMT is linearly and with smooth inputs. If you try and hurry it up, especially while accelerating, it kind of gets confused and takes more time to react. Thus, an AMT is best suited for those who like to drive at a sedate pace and aren’t really looking for a sporty experience from behind the wheel, and instead just want the true convenience that an automatic transmission has to offer, without paying too much off a premium over a manual transmission. As far as their fuel efficiency is concerned, things can be a little different from brand to brand. Maruti’s AMT options come quite close to their manual counterparts when it comes to fuel efficiency and if driven with a light foot, they could probably be even better. Hyundai AMT’s are also decent when it comes to returning good fuel efficiency compared to their manual counterparts. Then there are brands like Tata and Renault who are a little off the mark in this kind of comparison with respect to their manual counterparts. In the end, it all comes down to the kind of tuning that has been done and in that regard, we have to hand it to Maruti for offering some of the best tuned AMT transmissions.
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.
A 4x4 car or truck, also called 4x4 (4WD) or 4-by-4, means a system in which a car's engine powers all 4 wheels evenly. Generally talking, when it pertains to trucks and cars, there are only four choices: rear-wheel drive, front-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, and 4-wheel drive. Maruti S Presso is FWD.
What is FWD: Four-wheel drive or Front-wheel drive?