Maruti Grand Vitara vs Rivals: Price Talk

Modified On Sep 29, 2022 10:48 PM By Sonny for Hyundai Creta

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The largest carmaker in India finally has a new compact SUV in its lineup, let’s see how its prices stack up against the competition

2022 Grand Vitara vs Rivals

Maruti has revealed the complete price list of the 2022 Grand Vitara ahead of its cousin, the Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder. It has a premium set of features like a panoramic sunroof, nine-inch infotainment touchscreen, ventilated front seats and a 360-degree camera. 

Let’s see how the prices of the compact SUV from Maruti compares against its segment rivals:

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Maruti Grand Vitara

Hyundai Creta

Kia Seltos

Skoda Kushaq

VW Taigun

Nissan kicks

MG Astor

         

XL 1.5 - Rs 9.50 lakh

 

Sigma -  Rs 10.45 lakh

E - Rs 10.44 lakh

HTE - Rs 10.49 lakh

   

XV 1.5 - Rs 10 lakh

Style - Rs 10.32 lakh (EX)/ Rs 10.38 lakh

Delta - Rs 11.9 lakh

EX - Rs 11.38 lakh

HTK - Rs 11.55 lakh

Active 1L TSI - Rs 11.29 lakh

1L TSI Comfortline - Rs 11.40 lakh

   
 

S MT - Rs 12.61 lakh/ Rs 12.84 lakh (iMT)

HTK+ - Rs 12.65 lakh / Rs 13.05 lakh (iMT)

Ambition Classic 1L TSI - Rs 12.80 lakh

 

XV 1.3 Turbo -  Rs 12.30 lakh

Super - Rs 12 lakh (EX)/ Rs 12.06 lakh

 

S+SE MT - Rs 13.52 lakh

 

Ambition 1L TSI - Rs 12.99 lakh

1L TSI Highline - Rs 13.40 lakh

XV 1.3 Turbo Premium - Rs 13.20 lakh

 

Zeta - Rs 13.89 lakh

SX Executive - Rs 13.60 lakh

       

Smart - Rs 13.62 lakh (EX)/ Rs 13.68 lakh

 

SX - Rs 14.39 lakh

HTX - Rs 14.45 lakh

   

XV 1.3 Turbo P (O) - Rs 14.20 lakh

Sharp - Rs 14.56 lakh (EX)/ Rs 14.68 lakh

     

Style NSR 1L TSI - Rs 15.09 lakh

     

Alpha - Rs 15.39 lakh

   

Style 1L TSI - Rs 15.29 lakh

1L TSI Topline - Rs 15.40 lakh

   
   

GTX (O) - Rs 16.05 lakh

 

1.5L TSI GT  - Rs 15.80 lakh

   

Alpha AWD - Rs 16.89 lakh

 

GTX+ - Rs 16.99 lakh

Style 1.5L TSI - Rs 17.19 lakh

     

Maruti Grand Vitara

  • The above-listed variants of the new Maruti Grand Vitara use a 1.5-litre petrol mild-hybrid engine mated to a five-speed manual making 103PS and 137Nm. It is priced competitively against most variants of its segment rivals.

  • Its mid-spec Zeta variant has no real direct rivals and will likely be the Grand Vitara’s most popular trim. Meanwhile, its top-spec all-wheel drive variant is still more affordable than the top variants of the Kia Seltos and Skoda Kushaq.

Maruti Grand Vitara AWD

  • The Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos are powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine making 115PS and 144Nm, mated to a six-speed manual. Both also get the choice of a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine making 140PS and 242Nm, but only the Seltos gets it with a manual transmission.

  • The Skoda Kushaq and Volkswagen Taigun are also powered by turbo-petrol engines - a 115PS 1-litre and a 150PS 1.5-litre unit. Both are mated to a six-speed manual. Here too, the variants with the more powerful engine are the priciest while the rest are priced similar to that of the Grand Vitara mild-hybrid.

Hyundai Creta, MG Astor, VW Taigun

  • MG also has a premium competitor in this space in the Astor. It has two engine options but only the 110PS 1.5-litre petrol engine gets a five-speed manual transmission. Its manual version is also available with slightly more affordable EX trims that miss out on some safety features.

  • Lastly, we have the Nissan Kicks which is still the most affordable compact SUV. It is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine mated to a five-speed manual that makes 106PS and 142Nm. The Kicks also has the most affordable turbo-petrol option which uses a 1.3-litre turbo-petrol engine mated to a six-speed manual and makes 156PS and 254Nm.

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Maruti Grand Vitara

Hyundai Creta

Kia Seltos

Skoda Kushaq

VW Taigun

Nissan kicks

MG Astor

Delta AT - Rs 13.4 lakh

         

Super CVT - Rs 13.48 lakh

     

Ambition Classic 1L TSI AT - Rs 14.29 lakh

 

XV 1.3 Turbo CVT -  Rs 14.15 lakh

 
     

Ambition 1L TSI AT - Rs 14.59 lakh

1L TSI Highline AT - Rs 14.78 lakh

Xv 1.3 Turbo Premium CVT - Rs 14.90 lakh

Smart CVT - Rs 14.88 lakh

Zeta AT - Rs 15.39 lakh

1.4 Turbo S+DCT - Rs 15.58 lakh

HTX iVT - Rs 15.45 lakh

     

Sharp CVT - Rs 15.68 lakh

 

SX iVT - Rs 15.86 lakh

 

Style 1L TSI AT  - Rs 16.09 lakh

     

Alpha AT - Rs 16.89 lakh

SX (O) iVT - Rs 17.07 lakh

GTX+ 1.4 Turbo DCT - Rs 17.99 lakh

Style 1.0L TSI AT (6 airbags) - 16.99

1L TSI Topline AT - Rs 16.90 lakh

 

Smart Turbo AT/ Savvy CVT - Rs 16.58 lakh/ Rs 16.6 lakh

 

SX(O) SE iVT - Rs 17.22 lakh

 

STYLE 1.5 TSI AT - 17.79

   

Sharp Turbo AT - Rs 17.5 lakh

 

SX(O) 1.4 Turbo DCT - Rs 18.15 lakh

X-Line 1.4 Turbo DCT - Rs 18.29 lakh

Style 1.5 TSI AT (6 Airbags) - 18.79

1.5L TSI GT Plus EVO DSG - 18.60

 

Savvy Turbo AT - Rs 18.23 lakh

Grand Vitara AT

  • The Grand Vitara mild-hybrid petrol engine uses a six-speed torque converter automatic. It is the most affordable petrol-automatic option in the segment. 

  • The Creta and Seltos’ 1.5-litre unit gets the choice of a CVT automatic. The cars’ auto variants  are priced similar to the Grand Vitara Zeta AT and Alpha AT. Their turbo-petrol engines are offered with the option of a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic which are the priciest in their top trims.

Kia Seltos GT Line

  • Skoda and Volkswagen offer the 1-litre turbo-petrol engine with a six-speed torque converter automatic. These are the variants that the Grand Vitara petrol-automatic competes with. Their more powerful engine gets the choice of a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, but is priced much higher than the Maruti.

  • The MG Astor also has two petrol engines to offer with an automatic transmission - the 1.5-litre mill with a CVT and a 140PS 1.3-litre turbo unit with a six-speed torque converter. Its base auto variant is the closest competitor to the entry-level Grand Vitara automatic. Astor also has its top-spec Savvy trim with a CVT that is priced similar to the top-spec Maruti here, which comes with the segment-exclusive ADAS tech.

  • Only the turbo-petrol engine of the Kicks gets the choice of an automatic transmission, a CVT. It is pricier than the entry-level Grand Vitara petrol-auto but more affordable than most others.

Nissan Kicks

Strong Hybrid vs Diesel AT

Maruti Grand Vitara

Hyundai Creta

Kia Seltos

   

HTX - 16.59

Zeta+ - Rs 17.99 lakh

SX(O) - 18.09

 
 

SX(O) SE - 18.24

GTX+ - 18.35

   

X Line - 18.65

Alpha+ - Rs 19.49 lakh

   

Also read: New Maruti Grand Vitara vs Toyota Hyryder: Hybrid Price Check

Maruti Grand Vitara Hybrid

  • The strong hybrid powertrain of the Maruti Grand Vitara uses a 1.5-litre petrol engine with an electric motor and a small Lithium-ion battery. It has a combined output of 116PS and a claimed fuel economy of 27.97kmpl. This powertrain uses an e-CVT automatic.

  • This hybrid powertrain is Maruti and Toyota’s alternative to the economy and convenience of a diesel-automatic powertrain. 

  • Many carmakers ditched their diesel engines since the introduction of the BS6 emission norms. The Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos are the only compact SUVs to offer a diesel engine. Both get the same 115PS 1.5-litre diesel engine with the choice of six-speed manual and automatic transmissions.

  • While the entry-level Grand Vitara hybrid is priced similar to the top-spec diesel-automatic variants of its rivals, the top-spec hybrid variant is a lot more expensive.

Related: Maruti Grand Vitara Strong-hybrid Fuel Efficiency - Claimed Vs Real

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