Whenever a new car launches, everyone gets excited to see the top-spec variants as they come with the most feature-loaded packages. However, the top-end variants may not necessarily be the most popular or value-for-money variants sometimes. For this reason, a lot of people like to see what the companies offer in the base spec variants. In the most recent addition to this popular series, a YouTuber has shared a full in-depth walkaround of the base Sigma variant of Maruti Suzuki’s newest crossover SUV, Fronx. The company recently launched the model, and all of the variants of the model have started arriving at the dealerships. In this video, the complete details of the Fronx’s Sigma variant have been shared.
The video walkaround of the Maruti Suzuki Fronx Sigma variant has been shared on YouTube by Anubhav Chauhan on their channel. The video starts with the presenter introducing the all-new model and mentioning that the on-road pricing for the Fronx Sigma variant in Gurgaon, Haryana is around Rs 8.5 lakh. He then mentions that the Baleno’s base variant costs Rs 1 lakh less than the Fronx’s base variant, and the Swift’s base variant costs less than Baleno’s base variant. However, the segments are different in all three Maruti cars, and the Fronx offers a much sportier coupe-like unique design.
Following this, he starts the walkaround of the car and shows the main highlights of the Sigma variant on the sides. The presenter mentions that the Sigma variant does not come with body-colored door handles and mirrors; instead, it comes with black-colored elements. He also mentions that the mirrors of the car do not get any joystick for the adjustment; rather, they have to be adjusted by pushing the mirror itself. After this, he shows the roof rails of the car and states that they also come in black color rather than body color.
Moving on, he then shows the side profile of the car and mentions that the base spec variant does not come with painted claddings and silver garnish like the top-spec Alpha variant. Following this, the presenter then shows the front end of the car and states that looking directly from the front, it does not look like the base variant and looks pretty decent. He mentions that the front of the Sigma variant comes equipped with a single projector headlamp with a yellow light, and it also does not get the LED DRLs on the top; instead, it gets halogen bulbs for turn indicators.
The presenter then shows the car from the rear and states that the Sigma variant does not come with a rear wiper, but it does come with a rear window defogger. He then shows the LED taillamps of the car but mentions that it does not get the connecting strip in between. He also shows that the car gets rear parking sensors and a magnetic button to open the rear tailgate. He then opens the boot and shows the 308L capacity trunk of the car and mentions that the base car comes equipped with a 60:40 split rear seat. He adds that it does miss out on the parcel shelf, though.
Following this, he then shows the interior of the car and mentions that the base model does not get creature comforts except for the automatic climate control. He shows the fabric seats, flat-bottomed steering, window controls, and fabric upholstery of the car. He adds that it does not get any infotainment system as well as speakers. He shows the instrument cluster, which gets a small digital MID display for vehicle information along with a speedometer and a tachometer. He adds that the rest of the interior is bare minimum like the exterior.