The 3rd Generation Dzire will be launched by the company on May 16.
The powertrains under the hood of the next-gen Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire will also remain the same. The rear end is also revised and the wrap around tail lamps looks striking, while at the same time increasing the sense of width of the auto.
The new Dzire Tour is available in a single variant, with two engine options - a petrol and a diesel.
"Due to capacity constraints we had to adjust production of certain models, including Dzire, in order to reduce long waiting period of models like Baleno and Vitara Brezza", R.S. Kalsi, executive director (sales and marketing) at Maruti Suzuki India said Monday. The third iteration of the compact sedan boasts of a large hexagonal grille up front along with projector headlamps as well as DRLs (Daytime Running Lamps).
The new DZire will be heavily updated in terms of design, features and technology to meet with the latest competition in town such as Tata Tigor and new Hyundai Xcent. A thick chrome strip adorns the boot lid and the variant badging has now moved towards the lower end of the boot lid.
"We wanted to make the new Dzire not a "Swift with a boot" but a completely new sedan, which is premium and has an aspirational value". The revamped rear bumper now features a set of reflectors.
It will come with six exterior colours options - Oxford Blue, Sherwood Brown, Gallant Red, Magma Gray, Silky Silver and Arctic White.
The Swift DZire was revealed with a more sophisticated and luxurious flavour than the sporty Swift hatch, as revealed by spy shots earlier this month. On the downside though, the ground clearance is now 163 mm, 7 mm lower than the outgoing model; whereas the height has also reduced by 40 mm.
In 2016-17, the compact sedan segment clocked 402,608 units as against 440,735 units in 2015-16, down 8.65%. This model comes with nearly all latest features. Safety has been taken care of with dual airbags as well as ABS along with ISOFIX seat mounts as standard.
The Dzire would be launched with a 1.2 litre petrol engine and a 1.3 litre diesel powertrain. The engines will be mated to either a five-speed manual or an automatic manual transmission gearbox, what is on offer at present, reports the Hindustan Times.
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