Key Specs of Maruti Gypsy
|Mileage (upto)||11.96 kmpl|
|Engine (upto)||1298 cc|
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The Maruti Suzuki Gypsy has been on sale in India for more than 30 years. The Maruti Gypsy is available in two versions: soft top and hard top. The Gypsy soft top is priced at Rs 6.21 lakh, while the hard top retails for Rs 6.36 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi). The Maruti Gypsy doesn’t come with any sort of creature comforts like a power steering, power windows or even air conditioning and there are no safety features as well. However, despite the Gypsy’s age and lack of features, the Maruti Gypsy continues to enjoy a cult status in the country and still makes for an ideal rally car thanks to its sub-1 tonne kerb weight and 4x4 drivetrain.
With the implementation of more stringent safety norms in 2019, it is possible that Maruti Suzuki could soon pull the plug on the Gypsy. That’s where we think the upcoming fourth-gen Jimny will step in as Maruti’s new true-blue off-roader. In fact, the Gypsy is essentially the second-gen Jimny underneath.
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Things We Like in Gypsy
- Healthy 210mm of ground clearance, light weight and four-wheel drive gives it fantastic off-road credentials.
- Smooth and refined 1.3-litre petrol motor has a punchy mid-range.
Things We Don't Like in Gypsy
- On road ride quality is slightly bumpy, thanks to the leaf spring suspension.
- Bare bones cabin doesn’t feature basic necessities such as AC or power windows.
Stand Out Features
Four-wheel drive is offered as standard.
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Maruti Gypsy Mileage
The claimed ARAI mileage: Maruti Gypsy Petrol is 11.96 kmpl.
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