Maruti Estilo Nlive special edition introduced

Posted on Mar 6 2013 - 11:45am by Nithyanandh K
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Maruti Suzuki has launched a special edition of the Estilo called the Nlive.

Maruti Estilo Nlive

Maruti’s sheer market dominance is being affected by the petrol prices to some extent and as a reflection we have seen special edition models of WagonR, A-Star and Alto in the recent times. The move is to boost the sales by offering extra accessories at a discounted rate.

The Maruti Estilo Nlive is the latest special edition model from the company. Needless to say that the car comes with added goodies.

On the outside, the Estilo Nlive gets body graphics, Nlive decals, body colored mud flaps and full wheel covers. The interior also receives quite a few add ons like quilted art leather seat cover, double DIN JVC music player, mesh type back seat pockets, dual cone speakers, cushions, dual tone steering wheel cover, Nlive branded floor mats and a beige rear parcel tray.

The Estilo is powered by the 1 litre 3 cylinder K10B petrol motor which develops 68PS of power. The Estilo delivers an ARAI certified fuel economy of 19 kmpl.

Maruti charges Rs. 15,000 over the regular Estilo for the Nlive edition while the combined cost of the added accessories would have been Rs. 23,000, if purchased separately.


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