Maruti Suzuki S-Presso Long Term Report: May 2020

By Ravi Ved | on May 31, 2020

Given that both Jared and I were working from the Delhi office, the S-Presso remained in the garage for the first two weeks of March. But eventually, I had to return, and I did! I’d a few shoots lined-up, so our long term was back to being a support car. In the week before the lockdown started, we clocked more than 1,300kms on the odometer. 

Maruti Suzuki cars are usually ergonomically terrific, so much so that you simply take this aspect of Maruti cars for granted. For instance, the visibility from the driver’s seat of the S-Presso – is simply brilliant and makes light work of parking in the tightest of spots and driving in Mumbai traffic. Speaking of roads in the city, the S-Presso offers quite a jarring ride, especially over potholes larger than a quarter plate. The roughness of the road is easily felt inside the cabin, especially at slow speeds. Considering that the S-Presso is more of an urban car, a softer setup would have been a better choice.  

  • LOGBOOK

When it came: November 2019

Current Odo reading: 8,294kms

Mileage this month: 1,343kms

Fuel efficiency: 15.8km/l

What’s good: Visibility

What’s not: Firm ride

Also read - Maruti Suzuki S-Presso Long Term Report: March 2020

Maruti Suzuki S-Presso Long Term Report: February 2020

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