Maruti Suzuki Fronx accessory package revealed
After revealing the fuel efficiency figures of the Fronx earlier this week, Maruti Suzuki has now introduced an accessory package for the crossover SUV, called Vilox Collection. Customers will buy the accessory pack from the brand's official Maruti Suzuki Genuine Accessories website.
The Vilox Collection: Details
The Vilox Collection accessory package includes a raft of exterior styling parts with red inserts, such as headlamps and grille garnishes with red accents, outside rear-view mirror cap with carbon fibre finish and red highlights, extra body cladding for the door panels, wheel arch garnish with red inserts, cross-country silver dash finished seat-cover, and illuminated door sills. In addition, it offers front and rear underbody spoilers finished in grey and red highlights, a dual-tone roof-mounted spoiler, and side skirts, among others.
On top of that, Maruti also offers fiery red and elegant packs comprising exterior and interior accessories, such as 18 distinctive seat covers, mats, and carbon fibre finished covers for door handles and air-con vents. Other accessories kits for the Fronx include front and rear parking sensors, wireless charging pads, air purifiers, vacuum cleaners, air inflators, in-cabin fast chargers, and so on.
Maruti Suzuki Fronx: Variants and Colours
The carmaker offers the Fronx in five trim levels, namely Sigma, Delta, Delta+, Zeta, and Alpha, across eight colour options, including dual-tone shades. The colour range for the Fronx comprises Splendid Silver, Opulent Red, Earthen Brown, Grandeur Grey, and Artic White, alongside Earthen Brown, Opulent Red, and Splendid Silver with a Bluish Black roof.
Maruti Suzuki Fronx: Powertrain
The Fronx gets two engine options: a 1.0-litre, three-cylinder, turbo-petrol Boosterjet engine producing 100PS/148Nm and a 1.2-litre, inline-four cylinder, naturally aspirated, petrol motor that generates 90PS/113Nm. Transmission options include a five-speed manual, five-speed AMT, and six-speed automatic transmission.
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