If you are looking for a premium MPV that offers spacious interiors, hybrid technology and a host of features, you might be interested in the new Maruti Suzuki Invicto. The Invicto is based on the Toyota Innova Hycross, but has some subtle design differences and a lower price tag. The Invicto was launched in India on 5 July, 2023 and has received over 7,000 bookings so far. However, the demand for this MPV is so high that the waiting period has crossed two months at most locations. Here are some details about the new Maruti Suzuki Invicto waiting period in August 2023 and delivery details.
Maruti Suzuki Invicto Variants and Prices
The Invicto is offered in two variants – Zeta Plus and Alpha Plus. The Zeta Plus variant is available in both seven-seater and eight-seater configurations, while the Alpha Plus variant is only available in seven-seater configuration. The Zeta Plus variant is priced at Rs. 24.79 lakh (ex-showroom), while the Alpha Plus variant is priced at Rs. 27.99 lakh (ex-showroom). The on-road prices may vary depending on the city and taxes.
|Zeta Plus||7/8||Rs. 24.79 lakh|
|Alpha Plus||7||Rs. 27.99 lakh|
Maruti Suzuki Invicto Waiting Period and Delivery
The waiting period for the Maruti Suzuki Invicto currently ranges from 2 to 3 months across the country in month of August 2023. However, some select Maruti dealerships have ready stock of the Zeta Plus variant which can be delivered within a month. The top-spec Alpha Plus variant, which comes with features like panoramic sunroof, 17-inch wheels and six-speaker stereo, is in high demand and has a longer waiting period.
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The table below shows the approximate waiting period for the Invicto in some major cities as of July 2023.
|Pune||2 – 3 months|
|Delhi||2 – 3 months|
|Mumbai||2 – 3 months|
|Bangalore||2 – 3 months|
|Chennai||2 – 3 months|
|Gurugram||2 – 3 months|
Powertrain and Specifications
The Invicto is powered by a 2.0-litre petrol hybrid engine that is mated to an e-CVT automatic gearbox. The engine produces 172bhp and 183Nm of torque in petrol-only mode, while the hybrid motor adds 11bhp and 206Nm of torque. The claimed fuel efficiency of the Invicto is 23.24kmpl.
The Invicto shares its platform and powertrain with the Toyota Innova Hycross, but misses out on some features like ADAS suite, ottoman seats, 360-degree camera and 18-inch wheels that are available on the Toyota model.
The Maruti Suzuki Invicto is a promising MPV that offers a comfortable and feature-rich cabin. A smooth and efficient hybrid powertrain and a competitive price tag. However, the high demand for this MPV has resulted in a long waiting period that may deter some buyers who are looking for an immediate delivery. If you are willing to wait for your Invicto, you can book it at your nearest Nexa outlet or online.s