Maruti Suzuki XL6

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Maruti has increased the pricing of the XL6 by up to Rs 12,000. The new pricing starts from Rs 9.94 lakh to Rs 11.73 lakh (ex-showroom).

Maruti XL6 Price

The price of Maruti XL6 starts at Rs. 9.94 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 11.73 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of XL6 ranges between Rs. 9.94 Lakh to Rs. 11.73 Lakh. Maruti XL6 is available in 4 variants and 6 different colours.

XL6 Specifications

It is powered by a BS6-compliant 1.5-litre K15B engine that develops 105PS of power and 138Nm of torque. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual and 4-speed torque converter like the Ertiga.

Maruti XL6 Variants

It is offered in two variants: Zeta and Alpha. The choice of a manual and torque converter gearbox takes the variant count up to four. It is priced from Rs 9.84 lakh to Rs 11.61 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

XL6 Features

The XL6 gets premium features like cruise control, LED headlamps with automatic function and leather upholstery. It also comes with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, climate control, push button start with keyless entry, coloured multi-info display and electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs.

Maruti XL6 Competitors

The XL6 takes on the Mahindra Marazzo and Maruti Suzuki Ertiga in the Indian market.

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Maruti XL6 Price List in India

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XL6 Zeta
19.01 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 9.94 Lakh
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XL6 Alpha
19.01 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 10.53 Lakh
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XL6 Zeta AT
17.99 Kmpl | Petrol | Automatic
Rs. 11.14 Lakh
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XL6 Alpha AT
17.99 Kmpl | Petrol | Automatic
Rs. 11.73 Lakh
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Editor's View of Maruti XL6

  • Upside

    Rugged SUV-like design does enough to distinguish it from the Ertiga. Captain seats mean more comfort in the second row which is enough for 6 footers too. The 1.5 petrol is quiet, refined and tractable. Automatic transmission also available in top-end Alpha trim.

  • Downside

    Missing convenience features in the second row. No side and curtain airbags either. 15 inch alloys look a little small, especially with the added cladding. No diesel option.

  • Our Verdict

    Maruti has done enough with the XL6 to distinguish it from the Ertiga but a few more wow features and a better safety package would have made it an irresistible package. As it stands it's a good option for a large family looking for one car that could do it all.

XL6 Detailed Review

Captain’s seats instead of a bench and six seats instead of seven. You could say that’s all the difference there is between the Maruti Suzuki’s new MPV, the XL6, and the Ertiga, on which it is based. The Ertiga makes for a sensible family MPV that could also be the only car in the household. But, to fit into the upmarket Nexa lineup the Ertiga was given a thorough revamp to transform it into the XL6. Is the indulgent seating configuration, the longer feature list and the all-new look make enough to help the XL6 shoot for the heart of the MPV buyer?

Enough, and then some more.

Maruti XL6

The XL6 makes a great first impression. It looks different enough from the Ertiga such that most people may not make the connection at first glance. There’s a strong SUV-like look thanks to a flatter and higher hood, and a nose that looks more blunt too. This makes the face of the XL6 look bigger and stronger. And, it is longer, by 50mm. The chunky bars on the grille, the faux bash plates in silver and matte black cladding on the bumpers suggest that the XL6 adds a dash of ruggedness too. The sharply cut headlamps are completely packed with LEDs, as are the fog lamps. This adds a modern look to the butch new face.

Maruti XL6

The connection to the Ertiga becomes apparent when you view it from the side, as the sheet metal here is identical. However, the body cladding, the roof rails and the black ORVMs build on the tough theme. These changes have added 40 mm to the width and 10mm to the height of the XL6. But, the crucial count for the rugged quotient is groud clearance, which remains identical to the Ertiga’s 185mm. The 15” alloy wheel design is shared with the Ertiga too, but these come finished in black on the XL6. We do wish Maruti had offered a larger wheel size to give the XL6 a stronger stance. The commonality to the Ertiga is obvious from the rear as the tilgate and tail lamp design is carried over. The tail lamp internals are redesigned for a bit more premiumness by way of LED light guides and the new bumper with skid plates to rounds off the rugged theme.

Inside Story

Maruti XL6

The main highlight in the XL6 is the second row. The captain’s seats are the genesis of the vehicle and its name. The seats are identical to the ones in the front, except for the addition of armrests. The seats are nice and supportive, and with the seat pushed all the way back, there’s enough legroom for six-footers to be comfortable here. The large windows give you a great view out of the cabin which will make long journeys very enjoyable. Accommodating adults in all three rows is also possible as the middle row can slide to liberate room for the occupants in the third row. This is also helped by the foot room available to occupants of the middle seats. The lithium-ion battery for the mild-hybrid system is placed under the front passenger seat, but thankfully it doesn’t eat into the footroom.

Maruti XL6

To get to the third row, you could walk down the aisle or tilt and slide the middle row seats and enter via the large doors, either is equally convenient. Adults could spend time here for more than just short stints without aches and pains. The seats arent set too low so there is better than expected support for thighs and you don’t sit very knees up. Recline adjustment, adjustable headrests, and proper three point seatbelts will put you at ease further. There is one caveat, pick occupants under the 5’10” mark.

Maruti XL6

In terms of ambience, we seem to have come full circle as the XL6 has opted for an all-black theme for the cabin to distinguish itself from its more “regular” sibling’s beige cabin. Thankfully, the darker cabin doesn’t eat into the sense of space. The top end Alpha variant offers leather wrapped seats and steering wheel. The Zeta variant will make do with fabric upholstery. In terms of quality of materials, the XL6 sticks to the hard plastics seen in the Ertiga. Even the dashboard design is the same as the Ertiga but a stone like garnish on the dash differentiates it further.

Maruti XL6

Compared to the Ertiga, the XL6 is offering a few extras to up the premium quotient. On the outside it is offering full-LED headlamps, and LED fog lamps. Even the tail lamps pack LED light guides to make it look more premium. In terms of convenience there are auto-folding mirrors and auto headlamps. the leather wrapped steering and seats on the Alpha variant add a premium touch to the cabin. Suzuki’s new generation infotainment system SmartPlay Studio is also packaged in here. It offers some useful connected car features like remote vehicle tracking, vehicle status, alerts and geofencing.

Maruti XL6

Weirdly, the XL6 misses out on some basics, like cup holders for the second row. The second and third rows could have done with USB charging points instead of the 12v sockets currently offered for the last two rows. To really shake up the competition and make the XL (eXtra Luxury) tag stick Maruti could have offered sunblinds for the second row, and a sunroof would have guaranteed admiration.

Drive Slick

Maruti XL6

The XL6 is only available with a petrol engine. Yes, there is no diesel engine on offer. The 1.5 litre mild-hybrid equipped petrol engine is in the same state of tune as in the Ertiga and even offers the same four-speed automatic and five-speed manual gearbox options. Unsurprisingly, the XL6 was just as pleasing to drive. The petrol-electric combination ensures city commutes are hassle free as the electric motor steps in to up the pace at low and mid revs. The engine also revs freely if you are in the mood to step hard on the accelerator. The breadth of the engine’s abilities is best enjoyed with the manual gearbox. Yes, you will have to deal with the clutch, but the pedal is light and gear shifts clean.

Maruti XL6

The automatic gearbox equipped option, despite having only four-speeds, manages to feel at ease while commuting. However, the tall ratios (1st - 60kmph, 2nd - 110kph; indicated) can make it feel a bit muddled at times as it goes up and down the gears to find the right response. When driven in a hurry it forces the engine to use all the revs to really get going. The lack of paddles, or tap-to-shift of the gear lever means you can't control what the gearbox is up to. So, it is better to adapt and drive with grace.

At 19.01kpl for the manual and 17.99kpl for the auto, Maruti claims that the XL6’s fuel efficiency is on par with the Ertiga.

Maruti XL6

Travelling in the XL6 is satisfying as it delivers good composure at highway speeds. At these speeds the XL6 shakes off big potholes with an ease that is surprising at first. At city speeds you might feel that odd bump, but that won’t detract from the overall comfort in the cabin. From behind the wheel you do wish there was a greater sense of connection from the steering wheel and from the brake pedal. Like with most new Maruti’s the steering is very vague and ends up demanding quite a few corrections from the driver when making directional changes at higher speeds. The mushiness of the brake pedals though can be attributed to the brake energy recuperation feature that kicks in when slowing down.

Maruti XL6

As a driver you do get a few perks, like the tell tale light on the instrument cluster that glows green , blue or white to indicate whether your driving is economical, spirited or allowing energy recuperation. The colour MID also shows you brake and accelerator usage, G-forces, and real-time torque and power delivery. This is aside from the usual trip computer information.

Stay safe, choose well.

Maruti XL6

The XL6 is available with ABS, EBD, dual-airbags and ISOFIX mounts. The automatic versions also offer ESP and Hill-hold. However, the lack of curtain airbags is a glaring miss as the XL6 has sharpened its focus on the middle row, for which no added crash-protection has been offered.

The XL6 is available in the Zeta and Alpha trims. One trump card here is that, unlike the Ertiga, the automatic gearbox equipped version is available in the top end Alpha trim too, which will make the XL6 even more tempting for some.

What’s in a name?

Maruti XL6

Our biggest criticism of the the XL6 is that it could have cemented its luxury proposition more soundly. A few well-chosen of features and wow-elements would have raised the experience manyfold. This criticism stems from the XL6’s ability to convince us of its upmarket nature. It’s design and the second-row experience are steps in the right direction that justify the Rs 70 -80,000 premium over the Ertiga . However, it leaves you wanting for more. The XL6 like we have come to expect from Marutis toes a sensible and practical line. To its credit, it drives and performs with confidence too. So, for big families looking for a single car that could do it all while packing in more appeal and more comfort, the new XL6 might seem like just the thing they were waiting for.

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XL6 User Reviews

4.3 /5
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  • 5.0

    Talk about the overall parformance of your car , mileage pickup, comfort etc , it is very cool car thanks

  • 3.7

    Everything is good about this car.I am using it from last two months.In city its cost around rs.10 per km, It's less than 10 km/ltr.On highway you will get around 15 km/ltr.

  • 3.7

    Ok but i felt something to be improve and cng vehicle must allow in tamilnadu.Why they are not allowed in tamilnadu.

  • 4.7

    Nice comfort but it will disappoint you if you are looking at 1500cc engine not that much pickup.Looks and style mind blowing.Overall very nice car.Superb inbuilt music system.Very smooth driving experience.

  • 4.7

    Xl6 look very nice about ertiga or bhi bhot ache bate hai or family ke liye bhot behtar hai me wese beleno hi lene jaa rha tha but xl6 dhek kar sochne par mazboor bo gaya

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  • 4.7

    Bought it 3 months ago, have driven over 4k kms, though bought it as a car for office commute and family. First car of mine, wanted to buy something like baleno or Glanza or even altroz. But sat in this car at the showroom, and loved it, then tried venue, Nexon and a few others like wrv, but none provided the comfort this one did, especially on the second row. It's like a different class altogether. Did do a lot of research on the cars, even Ertiga. This car shares a lot of things with Ertiga, hell it's basically Ertiga with some enhancements added. But the look makes it more SUV types and not an MUV. Ended up buying this one, base variant, as suggested by the sales rep also, the misses from alpha are not too many and most can be fitted by maruti as extra accessories. I got them all in 10K including nexa lit badging on the doors, leather covers for seats, and rear parking camera. Driving experience has been great, it's a silent car and I love that over Chunky sounding SUVs, it drives like a car meant for city driving and also works quite nice on a highway. Hardly feel bumps etc. Did have an issue with the USB port for android auto from the get go, so got that sorted from maruti for free as a part replacement. More than the car, I actually like Nexa and it's post sale service. For sure the sales wasn't much to write home about, I had to ask someone explicitly to show me the car, but the post sales is actually good. They remind you of everything, even things like how to maintain your car if you forget. The service experience was also pretty great. It could just be my dealer Pasco, but if it's the same experience throughout, then maruti has made a long term customer. Mileage is around 14-15 in city, that's Gurgaon for me, with 12-14 kms daily drive. On highway it goes upto 16-17 too, but you've to drive very efficiently. Also love the fact that basics like temperature controlled cabin etc are available on base variants by default. Word of advice, if you are doubting the car, go and sit in it. Especially the back seat. That'll be the make or break moment for you.

  • 4.3

    We started looking for a new car maybe towards Dec'19. I was always keen on having a compact /normal SUV. Options before us were Creta/ Harrier/ Seltos/ Brezza/ EcoSports. Obviously cost was a factor and thats why you see the range of options :). We started test driving some of these and thats when someone put the idea of XL6 into my mind. To be very frank I was not at all keen not sure why. But we visited the showroom and saw the car and my daughter just stamped her choice. She was excited to see the 3rd row and was happy that we could take our dog along for trips without much space issues. After checking out XL6 the other options looked less appealing for the family mainly from the space perspective. We booked the Alpha automatic it in Mar but had to wait for delivery till Jul due the lockdown in between. Due to travel restrictions in Pune there wasnt much chance to drive it around even after delivery. Our 1st drive in essence was to Kerala, to our hometown. All in all below is what I liked and not liked about the car so far;Like - Space. Even the 3rd row is accessible and kids can have a gala of time there. - Feels premium - Got mileage of 15-16 km / l - 2nd row seat comfort - Ride comfort - Almost an innova with a huge price diff and premium feeling cabinet - Cabinet is insulated well, outside noise is well filtered - boot space is good even with 3rd row occupiedNot liked - Wheel size. Should have been 16' min - AT gearbox is good, but you may have to get used to it for overtaking mainly on a road without median. - Speakers where not that good for a vehicle at this range. There are less costly vehicle provided with co. fitted bose systems. I changed them with infinity speakers. Oem fitted speakers looked very low quality when i saw while changing.Overall real thumps up !!!

  • 4.3

    Good car overall, Has its downsides with too soft dampers in the rear and on highway at 100-120 speeds any bridges will feel like the people in rear are in a rollercoaster.Looks wise better than ertiga any day, Also the cheapest premium car which looks sporty and premium and muv.Its a good combo, Especially the black mirros, Body panelling and the front quadra led lamps, More than enough bright light at night, you have to get used to it as it feels lacky than the orange halogens but the color difference is main as we are adjusted to the orange light and we feel a bit discomfort in white led.Other than that this car is paisa wasool.The economy depends on your riding and unlike other cars where even if you accelerate slow you get 15kmpl here you will easily get 22kmpl if you accelerate gently and keep gears changing, you can go 40kmph in 5th gear and with very less stress to the engine, It is a very usable car.

  • 4.7

    I took delivery of my XL6 in late August, and till date I have covered 2000+ kms in 3 months with mileage of >16 kmpl. I have upsized the tyres to Bridgestone Turanza 195/65 on the same R15 alloys, which has added well to the already smooth ride with even less road noise. Overall, except the lack of airbag protection for the middle row (and it's this row in XL6 which is being differentiated against Ertiga), I am very happy with XL6. This is a 100% family car, so do not expect much driving thrills. My other car is SX4, 2011 make, which is still much more fun to drive with it's 1.6L engine and R16 alloys, but with very poor mileage (any SX4 giving mileage >10 kmpl is fantastic).

  • 4.7

    I have the alpha automatic model of xl6 since sept 2019 and it is the best buy decision taken by me.Being fully loaded i did not have to spend any money on accessories.Yes i have installed a free flow exhaust from automech exhausts parel and that has made the car very energetic and responsive.The led headlights are very good but need proper air circulation in the engine bay for retaining their intensity.All in all i am very happy with this vehicle and have recommended it to many of my friends.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying XL6

Q. Whether the cruise control reduce the mileage?
  • Yes, cruise control do affect a little bit on mileage of the car.
Q. What mileage xl6 gives in cng version
  • The Maruti XL6 comes in a 1.5-litre petrol engine only. There is no CNG version available in XL6.
Q. Can I expect facelift to XL6 in near future?
  • As of now, there's no official update from the brand's end for the launch of a facelift of XL6. Stay tuned for further updates.
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Q. Ertiga or XL6 which one is best. Can we replace middle row captain seats of XL6 to Ertiga like middle row seats.
  • Same engine and specs but In xl6 no diesel option it's bad for a 7 seater.maruti may withdraw the 1.5 litre diesel ot electric?so if you opt for petrol enjoy xl6 from nexa its design is fantastic good detailing.
  • You may buy Middle seat from (htt******zon.in) or from indiamart
  • You may buy Middle seat from Amazon or from indiamart
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Q. Which 6-7 car is best to buy. I am confused between Ertiga, Xl6 and Triber or should I wait any other coming within 3 months. - Duster?
  • You will go for ertiga because1. its spacious2. plush interior3. its so comfortable4. third row is more comfortable than any other mpv5. stable on high sped6. obviously pricinggo for diesel because if you have to commute daily
  • Go for ertiga xl6 a good optiontriber ,wr cant tell now.duster is more pricey.CSN exit for petrol manual.(bs6)why not bolero sir?
  • You should buy spacious car like ertiga will be best for long tour and daily purpose
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Q. Does Renault Triber's 1000cc engine is good enough, for its size driving in hilly areas with AC on and does it affect the engine life, how do you rate this car compared to other 7 seater cars including new Maruti XL6, given its low price.
  • Renault Triber is available with a 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine which churns out 72PS of power and 96Nm of torque that might feel underpowered while going up-hill with a full load of passengers and you would require to engage with the gearbox a lot more often. Regular heavy usage may hamper the engine health. The Triber is a good choice if most of your driving is in the city. It will do anything that the Ertiga/XL6 can do in the city with relative ease, which includes making use of the third row. It’s even a practical option for those who own small businesses and need to ferry small goods occasionally. Just pop out the back seats and you are good to go. On the other hand, other bigger 7-seater cars will serve you better if you do highway stints frequently. The more powerful engine remains unstressed even when fully loaded and will feel more relaxed on long road trips. Do take a test drive for better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
  • One video has been uploaded on YouTube by a person who is the resistant of Manali. You search this video and from this video you will get all the answers. Most probably in hilly areas doesn't require AC 🤪🤪
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Maruti XL6 Mileage

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Petrol Automatic 17.99 Kmpl 13 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 19.01 Kmpl 15 Kmpl

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What is the price of Maruti XL6 Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti XL6 is 11.73 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Maruti XL6?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti XL6 is 19.01 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of XL6.

What is the EMI of Maruti XL6 in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Maruti XL6 in Delhi is Rs. 19,242 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Maruti XL6?

The top 3 competitors of Maruti XL6 are Maruti Ertiga, Hyundai Creta and Maruti Vitara Brezza.

What is the boot space in Maruti XL6?

The boot space in Maruti XL6 is 209 L. View full specification of XL6

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