Suzuki Fronx Compact SUV Launched In India

Suzuki Reveals The All-New Fronx SUV For India In 2023

Is this a replacement model for the Vitara or a brand new model to sit side by side with the Vitara?

Well, the highly successful Indian subsidiary of Japanese automaker Suzuki, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, has just announced the global launch of the all-new Suzuki Fronx.

The Fronx is an all-new Suzuki SUV and it is a new coupe style SUV that incorporates the strong and versatile SUV body with a compact and easy-to-drive body of a coupe. This is also the first of its kind SUV for the brand.

Suzuki Fronx SUV

On top of that, the all-new Suzuki Fronx features a bold and thick front grille while the front and rear styling of the car expand outwards towards the sides which exude power and give the car a wide and strong stance typical of an SUV. This is in direct contrast to the sleek and sharp headlights of the car.

Suzuki Fronx SUV

The all-new Suzuki Fronx also features a dynamic sloping coupe style rear and advanced technology such as 360 view camera, a head up display, a wireless charger and air conditioning vents for rear passengers. It measures 3,995mm long, 1,765mm wide, 1,550mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2,520mm.

Interestingly, this Suzuki Fronx has segment challenging features like LED lighting, Heads-Up-Display, a 360-degree camera,  a useful 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto of course, ARKAMYS premium surround sound system, wireless charging, Cruise control, pedal shifters, and more premium features.

Safety has not been ignored and so the Fronx, gets six airbags, electronic stability programme (ESP), ABS with EBD, hill hold assist, and all five ELR three point seat belts.

Suzuki Fronx SUV

The all-new Suzuki Fronx can be had in either a 1.0 litre DITC mild hybrid option or a 1.2 litre petrol engine with the former being paired to either a 5-speed manual or 6 -speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters and the latter being paired to either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AGS (automatic) transmission.

Now comes the question IF local Suzuki brand guardian, Naza Eastern will be allowed by Suzuki Japan to launch and sell this model to compete directly with the Honda HR-V and the Proton X50.

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