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Maruti Suzuki Invicto | Facsimile Plausible Large MPV | First Drive Review



Space, hybrid


No request sensors


Space is a new-age luxury

The Maruti Suzuki Invicto is undoubtedly the most spacious Maruti car in India. This MPV can easily accommodate adult occupants on its 3rd-row seats along with creature comforts of deep recline angles, AC vents, 12V sockets, 4 cup-holders, 3 seat belts with adjustable headrests, 2 storage compartments and 1 removable headrest that has a neat area to be stored inside the 239L generous boot space of this behemoth MPV. Maruti Suzuki innovators should have added request sensors on the outside for drivers and co-passengers. Still, they included a powered tailgate with adjustment settings, memory seats with front-row ventilation, a 10-inch infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay, wired Android Auto and multi-zone climate control inside the cabin. 

Two captain seat configuration is what we witnessed, and despite the lack of ottoman seats, these captain seats have deep recline angles and a foldable tray with cup holders for a passage to the third row. The electronic steering is familiar to other Nexa offerings and is surprisingly light for the size of the vehicle. The driver’s MID has two graphic settings on the rectangular digital display, which is large, clear to read and has analogue dials for some added nostalgia. There are many buttons, and the car resembles a cockpit more than any other minimalist approach design. Front seats have electric adjustments on the top models, allowing a commanding driving position with the hood and a panoramic view from inside.

TopGear Magazine June 2024