Zen was pretty good in its first avatar era, had fetched a lot of customers to the showroom, and was also sporting a new stance among competitors.
Youths were the major Zen-fanatic because a trustworthy tag is providing cool product apart from those boxy shaped. Already a clean past of 800 had stirred a positive image in them which had played cakewalk stuff for the newbie.
Zen Estilo had not made to that particular benchmark so therefore Maruti had felt the need to change its appearance once again. As of now, Zen Estilo is launched in the Limited Edition Nlive form which features only cosmetic changes and not the technical ones.
List of the new streaks boards JVC double din sound system with USB support, 16cm dual cone speakers, quilted art leather seat cover (no the original ones), mesh style backseat pockets, customized cushions, floor mats with ‘Nlive’ logo, beige colored rear parcel tray, dual tone steering wheel cover, body colored mudflap, full wheel cover, Nlive decals and dynamic wrap around graphics.
Adding his views on this assorted bug Mr.Manmohan, Vice Preseident for Marketing, MSI says, “In recent months, we have had good success with limited editions of some of our recent models such as Wagon R, A-star and Alto. We are confident that the EstiloNlive will be liked by the customers for its attractive new feature list.”
To keep the spirits alive, additional 14 features on NLive will cost additional Rs. 15,000 which originally comes for Rs. 23,000.
Zen Estilo Nlive lugs the same 998 cc K10B petrol head yielding best in class mileage of 19 kmpl (as per ARAI).
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