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Maruti Invicto specs & features

Engine1987 cc
Power150.19 bhp
Torque188 Nm
Seating Capacity7, 8
TransmissionAutomatic
FuelPetrol
Global NCAP Safety Rating5 Star
  • Rear AC Vents
  • Rear Charging Sockets
  • Tumble Fold Seats
  • Sunroof
  • Maruti Invicto Ventilated Seats

    Ventilated Seats

  • Maruti Invicto Strong-hybrid Powertrain

    Strong-hybrid Powertrain

  • Maruti Invicto Powered Tailgate

    Powered Tailgate

  • Maruti Invicto Dual-zone climate control

    Dual-zone climate control

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Price: The Maruti Invicto is priced from Rs 25.21 lakh to Rs 28.92 lakh (ex-showroom pan India).

Variants: It is available in two broad variants: Zeta+ and Alpha+.

Seating Capacity: The Invicto offers both 7- and 8-seater configurations. Zeta+ is the only variant that provides both options, while Alpha+ is exclusively a 7-seater.

Colour Options: Maruti offers five exterior shade options for the Invicto: Mystic White, Nexa Blue, Majestic Silver, Magnificent Black, and Stellar Bronze.

Engine and Transmission: It is powered by a 2-litre hybrid engine, similar to the Toyota Innova Hycross. This hybrid setup delivers 152 PS and up to 188 Nm, paired with an e-CVT gearbox. 

Features: Key features on board the Invicto includes a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system supporting over 50 connected car features. It also includes a 7-inch digital driver's display, dual-zone climate control, ventilated front seats, and roof ambient lighting. Additional features are a panoramic sunroof, wireless phone charging, 8-way power-adjustable seats with memory, and a powered tailgate.

Safety: Safety features include six airbags (as standard), ISOFIX child-seat anchorages, vehicle stability control (VSC), a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), a 360-degree camera, and front and rear parking sensors.

Rivals: The Maruti Invicto competes with the Toyota Innova Hycross and Toyota Innova Crysta. The Invicto is also a premium alternative to the Kia Carens.

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Maruti Suzuki Invicto price

Maruti Invicto price starts at ₹ 25.21 Lakh and top model price goes upto ₹ 28.92 Lakh. Invicto is offered in 3 variants - the base model of Invicto is Zeta Plus 7Str and the top model Maruti Invicto Alpha Plus 7Str.

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Invicto Zeta Plus 7Str(Base Model)1987 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 23.24 kmpl1 Month waitingRs.25.21 Lakh*
Invicto Zeta Plus 8Str1987 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 23.24 kmpl1 Month waitingRs.25.26 Lakh*
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1987 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 23.24 kmpl1 Month waiting
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TransmissionAutomaticTransmissionManualTransmissionManual / AutomaticTransmissionAutomatic / ManualTransmissionAutomatic / ManualTransmissionAutomatic / ManualTransmissionAutomatic / ManualTransmissionAutomatic / Manual
Engine1987 ccEngine2393 ccEngine2694 cc - 2755 ccEngine1999 cc - 2198 ccEngine1451 cc - 1956 ccEngine1482 cc - 1493 ccEngine1997 cc - 2198 ccEngine1462 cc - 1490 cc
Fuel TypePetrolFuel TypeDieselFuel TypeDiesel / PetrolFuel TypeDiesel / PetrolFuel TypeDiesel / PetrolFuel TypeDiesel / PetrolFuel TypeDiesel / PetrolFuel TypePetrol / CNG
Power150.19 bhpPower147.51 bhpPower163.6 - 201.15 bhpPower152 - 197 bhpPower141.04 - 167.67 bhpPower113.98 - 157.57 bhpPower130 - 200 bhpPower86.63 - 101.64 bhp
Mileage23.24 kmplMileage-Mileage10 kmplMileage17 kmplMileage12.34 - 15.58 kmplMileage24.5 kmplMileage-Mileage19.39 - 27.97 kmpl
Airbags6Airbags3-7Airbags7Airbags2-7Airbags2-6Airbags6Airbags2-6Airbags2-6
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Maruti Suzuki Invicto expert review

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"The Maruti Invicto is a truly spacious and premium SUV which keep every member of the family happy with its comfort and features. "

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Maruti Suzuki’s rendition of the venerable Innova will have you wondering what’s in a name

Maruti Invicto

There are no new reasons to consider the Maruti Invicto over and above the Toyota Innova Hycross. The Invicto carries over the strengths and the bugbears from the Toyota. It’s simply a matter of choosing what you either like the look of, name of, or manage to get your hands on first

With that out of the way, let’s now focus on what the Invicto brings to the table. 

Exterior

Maruti Invicto

Maruti Suzuki’s Invicto blends SUV and MPV designs in equal measure. The result is a design that’s likely to pass muster with practically everyone in the family. An upright nose, a wide grille and high-set headlamps mean the Invicto has a face that’s confident. Full-LED headlamps get Nexa’s signature triple dot daytime running lamp setup. Compared to the Hycross, the bumper has been redesigned as well. 

Maruti Invicto side

Viewed from the side, the sheer size of the Invicto astonishes you. It’s capable of standing its own against SUVs that prey in the same price segment. You’d raise an eyebrow at the wheel size, though. It’s running on 17 inch wheels (one size down from the Hycross’s 18 inch), which despite having a classy design seem too little given the Invicto’s slab-sided profile. Tasteful dabs of chrome find their way on the door handles and under the windows. 

Maruti Invicto rear

The upright rear end is the most MPV-like angle of the Invicto. Save for the tail lamps that get a different lighting pattern, the design remains unchanged compared to the Innova. 

You also get fewer colour options with the Invicto — blue, white, silver and grey. 

We’d have loved to see a little more differentiation in terms of design, much like the Grand Vitara and the Hyrder. Thankfully, this is at least a little more than a mere rebadging exercise. 

Interior

Maruti Invicto cabin

Doors of the Invicto open w-i-d-e. Getting in and out is an easy affair, and you’re greeted by a cabin that’s just finished in a different colour scheme. There are no visual changes otherwise. Maruti Suzuki has chosen an all-black theme with rose gold accents akin to what the Grand Vitara Hybrid wears. It’s classy, alright, but Maruti Suzuki could’ve chosen a contrast colour for the leatherette wrap on the dashboard and door pads. The black soft-touch material simply melds into the surrounding black plastic, and you might actually be a little surprised that it’s a different material and texture upon touching it. 

Maruti Invicto dashboard

Save for these inserts, the plastic quality and the fit-finish leaves you wanting for more. Plastics on the dashboard are of the hard-but-durable variety which is sure to hold up over years of use. However, better graining and material would’ve helped it appeal to you a whole lot more today. We also found some iffy gaps in the interior trim on our brand new test car — not something you expect when shelling out over Rs 30 lakh. 

Maruti Invicto front seats

But, as you’d expect with a Toyota/Suzuki, ergonomics are on point. The cabin feels familiar and you’d be comfortable practically instantly if you’re upgrading from a smaller vehicle. You will also appreciate the driving position that gives you a clear view of the bonnet. All round visibility is fantastic, and it’s natural to feel confident piloting the Invicto. 

Maruti Invicto middle row seats

Space is a clear strength. You can very very comfortably fit a six-footer in each row. This isn’t one of those MPVs where the third row is reserved for kids. Actual adults can be seated here, for reasonably long journeys too. Third row occupants get roof-mounted AC vents, cupholders and phone chargers. 

The second row is where the magic is. Chances are you want to be chauffeur-driven in your new Invicto and it simply delivers here. The seats slide a fair bit backwards which means you can sit cross-legged with ease. There’s a (rather flimsy) fold-out tray table between the seats, sun blinds and two type-C chargers here. A fold-out tray on the seat back would’ve upped the experience. 

Maruti Invicto third row seats

The captain seats by themselves are quite comfortable, accommodating even large frames with ease. There’s no electric adjustment for the slide or recline function here, nor do you get the ottomans that enhance calf support. This ups the comfort significantly on long drives and something you are likely to miss if you spend time in the rear seats commuting between cities. One feature you’re likely to miss is one-touch tumble for the second row, regardless of other features. The seats just slide and recline. While there’s enough space in the cabin for you to walk past the second row, a tumbling second row would’ve made ingress and egress far easier for third row occupants. 

Big On Features

Maruti Invicto dual-zone climate controlMaruti Invicto powered tailgate

Maruti Suzuki offers the Invicto in two variants: Zeta+ and Alpha+. The top-spec variant is based on the ZX trim on the Innova Hycross. This means there’s a whole lot of features to be had, many of which are a first for a Maruti Suzuki in India. Highlights include a panoramic sunroof, 360-degree camera, front seat ventilation, a dedicated climate control zone for the second and third row occupants, and a powered tailgate.

Maruti Invicto 10-inch touchscreen

Infotainment duties are handled by a 10.1-inch touchscreen that supports wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Experience is sub-par for a vehicle this expensive — the screen lacks contrast and isn’t as snappy as you’d expect. The quality of the camera feed too seems sub-par for the price. Maruti Suzuki has also chosen to skip the 9-speaker JBL audio system that the Hycross gets to keep prices in check. 

Safety

As standard, the Invicto is offered with six airbags, ABS with EBD, and traction control. The base-spec version gets a reverse parking camera, but oddly skips out on parking sensors. It’s important to note that there’s no equivalent of the Hycross’s ZX (O) variant that adds ADAS to the feature list. Neither the Innova Hycross nor the Invicto have been crash tested yet by the Global NCAP or any other independent authority. 

Boot Space

Maruti Invicto boot spaceMaruti Invicto boot space with third row folded

Boot space is rated at 289-litres with all rows in place. This is plenty for a few duffle bags if you intend to head out to the farmhouse over the weekend. You can trade the third row for additional boot space — folding the third row gets you a total of 690-litres of space to play with. 

Performance

Maruti Invicto strong-hybrid powertrain

Powering the Invicto is Toyota’s 2.0-litre petrol motor that’s paired with an electric motor and a small battery pack. Interestingly, Maruti Suzuki has chosen to skip the non-hybrid powertrain altogether. This might just be a trick missed considering there’s a wide price gap left empty between the Hycross’s non-hybrid and hybrid variants. 

Maruti Invicto EV mode

The Hybrid setup has a split personality. It’s calm, composed and unbelievably efficient when you’re in the mood for a leisurely drive. It starts up in EV mode and is happy pottering around purely on battery power at low speeds. As the speeds climb, the petrol motor kicks in, giving you the power you need. Lifting off of the throttle and braking feeds energy back into the battery. The electric motor takes over from time to time, helping you eke out more from every litre of petrol. 

Maruti Invicto

If you want to get a move on quickly, the Invicto is happy to play ball too. Maruti Suzuki claims a 0-100kmph time of 9.5 seconds, and it gets quite close to that in the real world too. There’s ample power to have you cruise at triple-digit speeds and also overtake.

Maruti Invicto

A well-tuned ride rounds off the driving experience. Slow speeds have you experience some side-to-side movement, but it never gets uncomfortable. The cabin settles quickly. High speed stability is fantastic and will inspire confidence over those interstate journeys for sure. 

Maruti Invicto

The steering feels light enough for the Invicto to be easily maneuvered in city traffic. Steering weight at high speeds feels adequate as well. 

Verdict

Maruti Invicto

Compared to the Hycross ZX, the Invicto Alpha+ costs nearly a lakh less. The trade off in features is unlikely to bother you given the cost saving. If you’ve wanted an Innova and don’t really care about it being called a Toyota or an Innova, the Invicto should work just as well.

Pros & cons of Maruti Invicto

    Things We Like

  • Impressive road presence with the large size and premium lighting elements.
  • A truly spacious 7-seater
  • Hybrid powertrain offers effortless drive and impressive mileage
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    Things We Don't Like

  • 17-inch alloy wheels look too small on the large vehicle
  • No ADAS on offer, which the Innova Hycross gets

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The Maruti Invicto mileage is 23.24 kmpl. The Automatic Petrol variant has a mileage of 23.24 kmpl.

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Maruti Invicto colours

Maruti Invicto car is available in 5 different colors. View all car images with different colour options on CarDekho.
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  • Mystic White
    Mystic White
  • Magnificent Black
    Magnificent Black
  • Majestic Silver
    Majestic Silver
  • Stellar Bronze
    Stellar Bronze
  • Nexa Blue Celestial
    Nexa Blue Celestial

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What is the exact on-road price of Maruti Invicto?

The on-road price of Invicto in Delhi starts at ₹ 28,85,446. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

Which car is better Invicto or Innova Crysta?

Invicto price starts at ₹ 25.21 Lakh ex-showroom and Innova Crysta price starts ₹ 19.99 Lakh ex-showroom.

What will the EMI or down payment for Maruti Invicto?

Maruti Invicto EMI starts at ₹ 55,489 per month for a tenure of 60 months @ 9.8% for a loan amount of ₹ 26.24 Lakh & down payment will be ₹ 2.92 Lakh.

What is the transmission type of Maruti Invicto?

Maruti Invicto is available in Petrol Option with Automatic transmission.

Does the Maruti Invicto have a sunroof?

Yes, Alpha Plus 7Str variant(s) of Maruti Invicto are having sunroof.

What is the mileage of Maruti Invicto?

The ARAI mileage of Maruti Invicto is between 23.24 kmpl.

What are the colour options available for Maruti Invicto?

There are 5 colors available for Invicto - Mystic White, Magnificent Black, Majestic Silver, Stellar Bronze and Nexa Blue Celestial.

Is Maruti Invicto is a 7 Seater Car?

Yes, the Maruti Invicto is a 7 seater car.

What are the available finance offers of Maruti Invicto?

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What is the seating capacity of Maruti Invicto?

Abhi asked on 16 Oct 2023

It is available in both 7- and 8-seater configurations.

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What is the engine displacement of the Maruti Invicto?

Prakash asked on 28 Sep 2023

The engine displacement of the Maruti Invicto is 1987.

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Can I exchange my old vehicle with Maruti Invicto?

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Exchange of a vehicle would depend on certain factors such as kilometres driven,...

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What is the GNCAP rating?

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Invicto price in India

CityOn-Road Price
BangaloreRs.31.43 - 36.01 Lakh
MumbaiRs.29.66 - 34 Lakh
PuneRs.29.66 - 34.04 Lakh
HyderabadRs.30.99 - 35.51 Lakh
ChennaiRs.31.33 - 35.90 Lakh
AhmedabadRs.28.33 - 32.51 Lakh
LucknowRs.28.74 - 32.92 Lakh
JaipurRs.29.10 - 33.33 Lakh
PatnaRs.29.56 - 33.86 Lakh
ChandigarhRs.29.72 - 34.06 Lakh

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