Maruti Dzire Specifications
- Engine1197 CC
- Mileage 22.41 Kmpl - 31.12 Km/Kg
- TransmissionManual / Automatic
- Fuel TypePetrol / CNG
- Max Power88.50bhp@6000rpm
- Seating Capacity5
- Drive Type2WD
- Body TypeSedan
Maruti Dzire Features
- Airbags (Driver and Passenger)
- Adjustable Front Passenger Seat
- Central Locking
- Power Steering
- Max Torque (113Nm@4400rpm)
Maruti Dzire Car Latest Updates
Maruti has introduced a new Pearl Midnight Black paint to its Arena models. The new single-tone black paint option will be offered on select higher-spec trim levels and costs the same as the single-tone variants.
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Maruti Dzire Variants
The sub-compact sedan can be had in four trims: LXI, VXI, ZXI and ZXI+. All variants apart from the base are offered with the AMT. The VXI and ZXI trims can be had with a CNG kit.
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Maruti Dzire PriceDzire price in India starts at Rs. 6.51 Lakh for the base model. The top Dzire petrol model price goes upto Rs. 9.38 Lakh. Dzire CNG price starts from Rs. 8.39 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 9.07 Lakh. Apart from this Dzire automatic price start at Rs. 7.99 Lakh and is available in 2 options. Dzire comes in 9 variants with 7 colour options.
Price of Dzire CNG, Automatic and other Variants
22.41 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
|Rs. 6.51 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price View On Road Price||View December Offers|
22.41 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
|Rs. 7.44 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price View On Road Price||View December Offers|
Dzire VXI AT
22.61 Kmpl . Petrol . Automatic
|Rs. 7.99 Lakh Ex-Showroom Price View On Road Price||View December Offers|
Maruti Dzire Pros and Cons
Plenty of features, refined Petrol engine with high efficiency, interior space, ride quality for city roads
No diesel engine on offer, interior plastic quality is average
The Dzire looks premium inside-out and has enough equipment to match its appeal.
Maruti Dzire Expert Review
Let's get one thing out of the way right at the start. The Dzire was, is and will be, a tough cookie to crack. A sensible compact sedan paired with the peace of mind of Maruti is a sweet little pill for the value minded Indian audiences. But, could it be that India's best selling sedan has hacked its way out of the sub-four metre box? Has it moved past its functional appeal and transformed into something more aspirational to go along with the higher price tag? A week with Maruti’s new diesel Dzire brings us the answers.
I've been scratching my head for the longest time over this single question. It isn't love at first sight, no chance. But, there's no denying the Dzire has matured in its appeal. That's partly because the design team didn't take a boot and slapped it onto the Swift's silhouette in a half-assed Photoshop job just in time for the deadline. No sir. This was designed from the ground up, and it shows.
Yes, it shares its snout with the hatchback, but that's where the similarities end. There's no blacked-out A-pillar like the yesteryears. The A-pillar is raked more aggressively and the roof flows gently over the cabin, melding seamlessly into the boot. I dare say I like how the Dzire looks side-on. The "precision-cut" 15-inch alloys (the V trim gets the same design, minus the two-tone scheme) look classy too.
If you've been wondering what's suddenly making the Dzire click, it's the added width and the drop in height. At 40mm a piece, it has given the baby sedan a likeable hunkered-down stance. If it looks like it is sitting more confidently, it’s also down to the 20mm stretch in the wheelbase. The in-sync LED elements in the headlamps and the tail lamps look neat. Just wish Maruti didn't have to give the Dzire that gaudy chrome lipstick around the grille, though.
Here's where Maruti has really managed to make a difference. Adding 40mm to the width of the compact sedan has made a world of a difference. It has transformed into a car that can actually seat five, no questions asked. Well so long as, the three in the back aren’t terribly broad shouldered. Some clever packaging means that it's got evidently more knee room compared to before. In fact, it has got the most room when you bring its rivals into the equation too. Yes, headroom is just about sufficient and would ruffle the hair do of six-footers, but most passengers shouldn't have a problem with it. Let’s not forget, Dzire has also added space to its boot, which is a substantial 62 litres bigger compared to the now retired iteration.
The Dzire wears a Maruti Suzuki badge, which is code for "it gets the basics spot on." The entry to the cabin is easy and so is finding the perfect driving position. On this ZDi+ variant, there's plenty of kit to be kicked about too. The flat-bottom steering looks the business, the buttons there feel like quality kit too, there's a detailed multi-information display that gives out vitals including distance to empty and trip meters, and there's automatic climate control as well. For the folks who prefer to be driven around, you've got a set of air-conditioning vents and an armrest to keep you comfortable. There's Suzuki's SLDA remote app too, just so you don't have to rely on the chauffeur to manage your music as it pours out of the six speakers. Audio quality is about average, and there's not much setting it substantially apart than say an Xcent or an Aspire. But, it definitely (or should I say audibly?) falls short of the Tata Tigor's 8-speaker setup.
The 7-inch “SmartPlay” infotainment that powers the speakers is something we've all become accustomed to now. It continues to be user-friendly, easy to operate on the go and features inbuilt SD-card based navigation, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. While "Ok Google" works without a hitch, Suzuki's own voice-recognition system (activated by the button on the steering) continues to call your ex-girlfriend instead of your mum. It needs a little more coaching to deal with Indian accents.
Ah, not quite. But it does come close. There are a few bits that could've done with refinement. For instance, while there's plenty of travel for the driver's seat, telescopic adjust for the steering would've really sealed the deal. The seatbelts aren't adjustable for height and the internal rear view mirror could've been of the auto-dimming variety too.
And, while quality has gone north by leaps, it is still a notch lower than the Hyundai Xcent and the Volkswagen Ameo. Our 2000 km driven (read: abused) media car had some rattles from the centre-stack and behind the glove box. And before I sign this section off, would it kill you to illuminate the power window switches, Maruti? C'mon!
Engine & Performance
Yes, the 1.3 DDIS has been around for ages but Maruti is managing to airbrush its age wrinkles surprisingly well. Let's start with the upsides first, and then move to what's dampened the dynamics. Upside number one - the turbo lag can't be eliminated, but it is controlled really well. The numbers show that it is far from sprightly, and you'd still have to downshift for a sudden overtake manoeuvre. But it does let you stroll along in third gear at speeds as low as 15kmph without protesting too much. Driving the Dzire calmly is surprisingly enjoyable as the lag doesn’t get bothersome inside the city.
The other plus is that noise levels are perceivably lower. You'll still feel some vibrations through the floor and the pedals when you're lugging the car (or pushing it really hard), but it remains calm otherwise. The light clutch and the slick gear action have been carried over as is from the older generation too, which proves Maruti's belief in the 'don't fix it if it ain't broke' adage.
The brand hasn't veered away from making thoroughly fuel-efficient cars either. On test, the Dzire returned a whopping 28.09kmpl on the highway and 19.05kmpl inside the city. The 65kg weight reduction should take the lion's share of the credit for that.
If you plan on being silly with your Dzire for whatever reason, do not expect it to set records. It takes a leisurely 13.03 seconds to hit the ton, and in-gear acceleration speeds aren't blistering quick either. The motor has enough juice to keep it in the fast lane on the highway and there's enough torque to let you overtake by just going heavier on the A-pedal too. Unlike the Xcent or the Tigor that tend to run out of steam, the Dzire pulls cleanly even when you jab the throttle at triple digit speeds.
But, here's where we get to the letdown - the steering. On a casual cruise, there's very little chance you'd be bothered by the steering. It's light, fast and direct. But, drive it a little enthusiastically and that sense of disconnect comes to the fore rather quickly. The older steering rack did a lot more in terms of feel and feedback both on the straights and winding roads. This one simply doesn't and feels vague when tracking straight.
Stomp on the B-pedal and the Dzire sheds speed really quickly. Unlike the Ignis that squirmed a bit under heavy braking, the sedan seemed better at holding its line.
|Maruti Suzuki Dzire (Diesel Manual)|
|100-0kmph||3.74s (45.79 metres)|
|80-0kmph||3.07s (29.14 metres)|
The suspension setup is also more forgiving than it once used to be. It isn't overly soft or stiff and manages to keep the cabin isolated from the hullabaloo of broken roads. The calm and quiet of the cabin is enhanced by the silence with which the suspension works. It'd excuse you if you dunked it into an occasional pothole. In return, you'll have to excuse its high-speed manners. The ride isn't choppy per se, but a flatter, more composed ride at triple digit speeds would've made the Dzire a whole lot more competent as the family’s preferred mile muncher.
Minor oversights like plastic rattles aside, yes. The Dzire has upped the game enough to be a car you give a second look to. A car you look forward to get inside of. Not because it's super fun to drive or because it packs in every imaginable feature under the sun. It delivers on what matters to us Indian buyers the most - an agreeable balance. The basic blend of features, space and fuel efficiency have been nailed down to the T and on top of that there is a genuine sense of space and sophistication that expands our expectation from the Maruti Suzuki badge. Frankly, that's a job well done.
Recommended Read: Maruti Suzuki Dzire: Old vs New Variant Wise Comparison
Maruti Dzire User Reviews
This car is 2010 model petrol
This car is 2010 model petrol version.The car has covered 75, 000 kms and mostly driven by single person.Still in very good condition, And as it’s the first version, The build quality is also good.Share
Driving experience is good, Performance good and smooth pickup.Very good mileage and comfortable car for family.Share
I drive my dzire vxi since
I drive my dzire vxi since 9 years.Very comfortable drive low maintenance good mileage.Built could be better.Share
Sets the Standard for Modern Sedans
My estimation for the Maruti Dzire is sparked by its sophisticated appearance and economical effectiveness. Every ride is usefuland affable because to its important engine and nimble running, and all passengers will have a sumptuous and smooth ride thanks to its ample cabin and high end amenities. This satisfies my reason for effectiveness and fineness in equal measure because to its slice bite features and sophisticated technology, which also give a accessible and utilitarian aspect. With appreciation to both goddess and practicality, the Maruti Dzire has surfaced as the zenith of fineness and effectiveness, raising the bar for what a real is able of.Share
5.0Nice car i have love it the
Nice car i have love it the smothness of the car specially at highway road its amazing in driving long route travellingShare
Efficiency Meets Comfort in the Maruti Dzire
The Maruti Dzire combines comfort and effectiveness. This little auto improves your driving experience with its ultramodern styling and ample cabin. The Dzire is fitted with important, energy-effective machines that extend authority. The top seat is given away to security rudiments, which will give you peace of mind when driving. The Maruti Dzire is the stylish option if you are seeking a hydrofoil that blends frugality and comfort.It's an automobile that not only satisfies your demand for mobility but also ups your style ante.The vehicle is in amazing shape and gets fantastic economy. It also seems flawless.Share
Maruti Dzire: The Practical Sedan
I recently bought the new Maruti Dzire and have been impressed by its practicality and frugal engines. The boot space and rear seat legroom are class leading making the Dzire a very practical family sedan. Its Both petrol and diesel engines offer good fuel efficiency and refinement for their class. The cabin is well built and features like power windows and air conditioning work well. While not the most fun to drive The Dzire offers a comfortable and hassle free drive. The sedan shape also helps with visibility. On the whole The Dzire provides a no nonsense and practical sedan experience for the buyer.Share
Desire to be great
I really like this model due to its features. I prefer this concept because of the edges it provides. The Maruti Dzire elevates the car experience by skillfully balancing comfort and luxury. given down to the druthers, this paradigm has concreted my holy preference for it. Because of its fashionable face and well-settled interior, it provides comfortable and pleasurable help. Due to its energy forcefulness and ultrapractical features, the Dzire is the top choice for both short and long stretches. A swish and ultrapractical agent that guarantees to catch everyone's attention.Share
It is a very good car. Especially
It is a very good car.Especially for those who want to buy a car whose budget is around 10 lakh.This car's engine is also gives good performance.And compare the price to other card it gives some additional features.This car is smooth to drive.And this is a best car and most of the people buy this car.And one more thing this car's mileage is also goof.Share
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Maruti Dzire Mileage
|Fuel Type||Transmission||ARAI Claimed||User Reported
This is the real mileage given by maximum number of Dzire owners
|CNG||Manual||31.12 Km/Kg||24 Km/Kg|
|Petrol||Automatic||22.61 Kmpl||20 Kmpl|
|Petrol||Manual||22.41 Kmpl||18 Kmpl|
Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Dzire
- Most Relevant
- Features on board the Maruti Dzire include a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, cruise control and auto-LED headlights. It also has push-button start/stop and auto AC with rear vents.
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- The claimed ARAI mileage of the Altroz Diesel Manual is 23.64 Kmpl. On the other hand, the claimed ARAI mileage of the Dzire Petrol Manual is 22.41 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Dzire Petrol is 22.61 Kmpl.
- Both cars are in their forte. Maruti Dzire offers plenty of features, refined Petrol engine with high efficiency, interior space, ride quality for city roads, whereas Renault’s Triber packs in solid value, offering a lot of cars for not much money. It could do with some more features, and a stronger engine for road trips but at least we now have an AMT for easier city commuting. For a better understanding of compatibility and driving comfort, we would suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership. On the other hand, the mileage of Renault Triber ranges from 18.2 Kmpl to 20 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Triber Petrol Manual is 20 Kmpl In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Triber Petrol is 18.2 Kmpl.
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- Selecting between the Honda Amaze and Maruti Dzire would depend on various factors such as your preference of the brand, performance, cabin space, ride quality, etc. If you are looking for a sedan with good cabin space, refined petrol engine, smooth CVT automatic and a spacious boot as well then the Amaze makes for a perfect option. The Amaze ticks the basics of space, drivability and efficiency just right. For a better understanding of comfort and drivability, we'd suggest you to take a test drive. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details. Read More: - Honda Amaze vs Maruti Dzire
Maruti Dzire Car News Updates
Maruti Dzire FAQs
The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti Suzuki Dzire is 9.38 Lakh (Delhi).
The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti Suzuki Dzire is 22.61 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Dzire.
The EMI for the base variant of Maruti Suzuki Dzire in Delhi is Rs. 12,603 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.
The boot space in Maruti Suzuki Dzire is 378 L. View full specification of Dzire
The ground clearance of Maruti Suzuki Dzire is 160 mm.
Maruti Dzire Service Cost
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 26,395|