Maruti Suzuki YRA Hatchback Spied Undisguised; What We Know So Far
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A fresh batch of spy shots of Maruti's upcoming premium hatchback YRA has emerged online, this time in its undisguised avatar, drawing a clear picture of what to expect on the arrival of this new car.

The picture credit goes to GaadiWaadi and the latest prototype has been spied under little camouflage. Maruti YRA, a car set to sit above the company's popular Swift hatchback is expected to make its global debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and India launch of the car is likely after that debut.

At this point of time, the details of the YRA hatchback are sketchy; however the rumour mills have given out some, including the engine of the new model.

Going by online buzz, the India bound YRA is likely to get power from 1.2 litre petrol and 1.3 litre diesel engines and in Europe, the car is likely to get 1.4 litre petrol motor.

Maruti Suzuki YRA Hatchback Spied Undisguised; What We Know So Fargaadiwaadi.com
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Maruti Suzuki YRA Hatchback Spied Undisguised; What We Know So Fargaadiwaadi.com
Maruti Suzuki YRA Hatchback Spied Undisguised; What We Know So Fargaadiwaadi.com
Maruti Suzuki YRA Hatchback Spied Undisguised; What We Know So Fargaadiwaadi.com

The car is expected to pack features like chrome door handles, five-spoke alloy wheels, rear wiper and de-fogger. Other features expected include Steering mounted controls, new music system with touchscreen, Engine start stop button, electrically adjustable OVRMs and reverse parking sensors.

In India, Maruti YRA will challenge Honda's upcoming Jazz and Hyundai Elite i20 when launched.

2015 is going to be a busy year for Maruti. The company will also be launching the facelifted version of Swift Dzire and a new compact SUV YBA.

Under the hood, the diesel variant of the YBA SUV is likely to pack 1.5-litre diesel engine, which is down-sized version 1.6 litre JTD motor and the petrol model of the car is likely to get power from the existing K12 and K14 mills.