Maruti Suzuki has launched the facelifted Dzire sub-4m sedan in India at Rs 5.89 lakh (ex-showroom). It features a redesigned front fascia and is offered with a single engine option - the BS6-compliant 1.2-litre Dualjet petrol engine - all for a modest variant-wise price increase that ranges between Rs 6,000 to Rs 16,000. Feature highlights include a new 4.2-inch multi-information driver’s display and cruise control. The 2020 Dzire is available in two new colours - Premium Silver and Phoenix Red.
The Maruti Suzuki Dzire is the first compact sedan to comply with the BS6 emission norms and AIS 145 safety regulations. Only the Dzire 1.2-litre petrol gets the BS6 updates as diesel variants will face the axe post the implementation of the BS6 emission norms in April 2020. Apart from the emission updates, the Dzire also gets additional safety features like driver and co-driver seatbelt warning, a high speed alert and rear parking sensors as standard across all variants to make it compliant with the AIS 145 safety norms. The prices also have been bumped up and the petrol variants are now Rs 15,000 more expensive than before while the diesel variants have received a hike of around Rs 6,000.
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we bought the dzire in 2012 and it still have that shine⭐✨ because of it's naturally aspirated i-4, with VVT, which swirls out to post 6000rpm, which today's turbocharged car misses out. it's still comfy and easy to drive car. mileage is good enough, even when it is over 8 years old. my car have done 32000kms in odo, what it had lost is initial low end torque, and power (if we compare to today's cars). but I'm still happy with this beauty of an i-4 as it still have that symphony of VVT's 6k RPM..... :)
Just an average city car.Good mileage.But after 3 years your car makes noise like something is loose in the car.Also after 2 years it"s 2 nd and reverse gear started to stuck.Also you don"t feel like you are driving a premium car.I mean for 10 lakhs.Just a car.In which you get good economy and resale.That is why it"s pretty famous.It is not a safe car too.I know I will face lot of criticism on safety but trust me other cars are much safer than it.
This car has some undying charm with it. Never faced a single issue regarding handling/electricals/engine. Being used regularly on fairly rough roads but nothing ever gives in. Also have done some long tours, and every single time this companion has proved trustworthy. Really a well-balanced car overall between comfort, mileage and power. Satisfies occassional cravings for a spirited driving beautifully with its eager turbo.
It"s the best affordable sedan for a middle class family with lots of space in the interior and boots too. But the problem with the company is that,they should make airbags and rear view camera compulsory with ABS as every body who wants swift dzire would automatically buy it.Now only top models are provided with airbags,ABS,and rear view camera..why the company makes it differ with its models in terms of accessories.
Honda has spent a lot of time refining the Amaze’s package. Tweaking sound insulation, space and even adding in a new automatic transmission in a bid to gain some ground on the Dzire. Will the Dzire maintain its utter dominance or is the Amaze finally… Amazing?
The all-new Dzire is here and this time, instead of a hatch with a ‘boot job’, Maruti has designed it from the ground up to fit the segment and packed it full of features in a bid to decimate the competition. What better way to put those ambitions to the test than with a full blown multi-car compact sedan shootout.
Is the new Dzire a better balance of form and function than its predecessor?