Great, But Can Do More
It was a pleasure seeing that there is an upscale model that Maruti has introduced and marketing the same through its NEXA showrooms rather than the traditional showrooms. The paperless offices were spot on.
What was missing were the finer details on the vehicle - the finishing of the metal was not complete and there were uneven edges and did not make a good statement.
Sun roof could have been introduced on the top end model to make it more attractive.
Under the hood, the engine has been well placed, but there seems to be a 6-inch gap that could either be a strategic engineering to let the heat off or probably could have been effectively used elsewhere( may be a bigger trunk).
It was seen that the tyres were not standard between the vehicles and would be random and seems like the customer has no choice on those. We certainly have our preferences, isn't it? Should be something that Maruti might want to look at.
Apple play and touch screen could have been provided as accessories rather than being rigid and limited only to the top end model so that everyone could have availed the benefit of it. As these days just having nav is no big deal considering that everyone is on a smart phone these days.
Should have introduced chilled dashboard as this seems to be the norm in the luxury/ semi-luxury vehicles these days.
Overall seems like a good deal
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