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Maruti Suzuki Registers 'Engage' as a Trademark for Toyota Innova Hybrid-Based MPV

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Maruti Suzuki registers the word “Engage” as a trademark for the Toyota Innova Hycross. Based MPVMaruti Suzuki, the top automaker, is getting ready to introduce a brand-new, high-end MPV in India that will be based on the Toyota Innova Hycross.According to recent rumors, Maruti has submitted a registration application for the word mark “Maruti Suzuki Engage.” According to Rushlane, the firm has chosen to utilize this moniker for the future Innova Hycross rebadged model. It is important to note that the word “Engage” may not really be used for Maruti's Innova Hycross since the trademark has not yet been authorized. The corporation will have to pursue a replacement moniker for the rebadged Innova Hycross if this trademark is contested or rejected.

Within the next three months, Maruti Suzuki intends to introduce their new MPV to the market. The car combines the dependability of Maruti with the performance and high build quality of Toyota. Given how well received all of the automobiles introduced as a result of the Toyota-Suzuki collaboration in India, there is significant interest in the MPV. Baleno from Maruti is rebadged and sold by Toyota as Glanza. However, Maruti's new MPV will travel the other way.

The new MPV will be marketed via the company's upscale Nexa dealership network and is based on the Toyota TNGA-C global platform. The car will be produced at the Toyota factory in Bidadi, Karnataka.

Maruti's MPV will essentially be the same as the Innova Hycross except from minor aesthetic differences. The Maruti MPV's appearance is probably going to be highlighted by a big, upright grille, a high bonnet line, and body cladding all throughout. SUV fans would likely like these design features as well. According to reports, Maruti intends to provide both the powerful hybrid petrol engine and the normally aspirated petrol engine that are now available on the Innova Hycross.

Hycross' entry-level gasoline model costs Rs 18.30 lakh. The top-spec strong hybrid model has a price of Rs 28.97 lakh (ex-showroom, India).

It will be Maruti Suzuki's new flagship and the priciest model in its lineup, so it will be interesting to watch how the rebadged Innova Hycross does in the Indian market.


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