Maruti Suzuki Dzire variant wise prices Vs Competition

Laverne Mann
May 17, 2017

It is lighter than the previous vehicle too, the diesel by 105 kgs and the petrol by 85 kgs.

Presenting the all-New Dzire, Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki, said: "The New Dzire is bound to create plenty of excitement in the Indian automobile market".

Inside, Maruti Suzuki has made way for a plush looking cabin on the new Dzire. The new model is now called Dzire and not Swift Dzire as it seeks to break away from the Swift association. Dzire also is the largest selling compact sedan in the country accounting for half of the segment volumes. There are also three new colours on offer with the 2017 Dzire - Oxford Blue, Gallant Red and Sherwood Brown. It has 378 litres of boot space, 62 litres more than that of the outgoing model. While the petrol-powered manual and AMT variants can return 22.0kmpl (up by 5.5 per cent), the manual and AMT diesels can clock 28.4kmpl (up by 6.8 per cent). These engines can either be had with a 5-speed manual or 5-speed automated manual transmission (AMT). The new Dzire gets projector headlamps with LED DRLs, LED tail lights with a signature light for a distinctive touch, however, this is only available in the top-end VXi/ZXi trim.

The sedan would be mainly produced at the company's Manesar facility.

The all-new Dzire shares the same new HEARTECT platform as those adopted for the all-new Swift, which is being sold in Japan, Europe, and other countries from 2017.

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The interiors have been tweaked too, with the addition of a rear AC vent, touchscreen infotainment system and a flat bottom steering wheel with faux wooden accents. As far as safety is concerned, all variants are offered with dual airbags, ABS, EBD with BA, ISOFIX anchorages and, pretensioners and force limiters in the front seat belts as part of their standard kit. It can be opted in a total of 4 trim levels - LXi/LDi, VXi/VDi, ZXi/ZDi and ZXi+/ZDi+.

Maruti Suzuki has launched the all-new 2017 Dzire with a price tag that starts at Rs 5.54 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi and goes up all the way to Rs 9.41 lakh for the top-spec diesel auto.

The Z trims are one below the top-spec and gets 15 inch alloy wheels and chrome window linings for that premium look.

From the back, the taillights are now LED units and come in a new design.

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