Jan 13, 2016 : The production of the Ritz (known as the Splash in Europe) was stopped last year. There was news that Maruti is planning to stop Ritz production in India as the Celerio / Swift / Baleno line up would take care of any likely sales losses. However, the Ritz is still available, although in limited numbers. Speculation was that production of the Ritz would stop by the end of the year, which could also mean financial year - so perhaps by March the company may take a call on it. As of now, the car is still available
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Ritz was a best performance hatchback ... whenever you push hard you will definitely feel the punch of engine ....it is more stable than swift on 140-160 kmph on it's stock tyres ....it giving 20-21 kmpl mileage on the average speed like 90-100kmph but above 100 kmph it will give 16-18 kmpl ...but that's also good mileage. it having nice handling & steering feedback. ritz haven't good ride ..because it's suspension is tunning for stiff ride but that helps in the stability on high speed. i love this car ...the one con of my ritz is.. it doesn't having dual airbags and abs.
I had a wonderful experience with this car. Initially I took time to get used to the tall boy styling with respect to the front screen visibility but once I got used to it, that was not a problem at all. On the whole a beautiful car, good power, good mileage and absolutely no maintenance problems. Ingress and egress easy because of tall boy design. Handling is excellent, even on the highway, steering is nimble, acceleration is quick.
Ground clearence well. and tyre size given 165/70/14 it is not enough for road grip.but 185/70/14 is very well road grip but mileage dropout 1.5 to 2km per litre and rear suspention not comport very heard long journey not happy body pains so much for city drive very good maintainnance is normal not bad not good.
10 years with the car . Its is like a family member . Still gives 16kmpl on highway and 14kmpl in city . Fun to drive , comfortable hatchback . Total value for money . Maintenance cost is good but the service stations do shabby work sometimes . But the car still proves to be more reliable than new age Marutis.
Ritz is a powerful but compact size car with easy maneuverability. I love its performance from 2000 RPM which resembles like a mini sports car. But its little laggy below 2000 RPM. I haven't checked its mileage by tank full method but from MID it show an average of 17-18 kmpl in mixed conditions drive.
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