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Maruti Dzire Touches 95,000 Unit Sales Mark, Commands 3 Months Waiting Period

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Launched in May 2017, the all-new Dzire has already touched 95,000-unit sales mark in less than 5 months of its launch

Maruti Dzire has been a top-selling model in the segment and a volume churner for Maruti Suzuki India. The model recently witnessed a generation change and received radical aesthetic changes along with additional tech in tandem with rivals in the segment. Launched in May 2017, the all-new Dzire has already touched 95,000-unit sales mark in less than 5 months of its launch. To the company’s delight, sales of Dzire have surged during the festive season compared to the previous months. That said, almost 60,000 units of the all-new Dzire were sold in the last two months. Witnessing a sharp rise in demand, the subcompact sedan is currently commanding a waiting period of up to 3 months. New Maruti Dzire Review

New Maruti Dzire Review

The third generation Dzire not only received cosmetic and mechanical changes, but the company also dropped the ‘Swift’ badge from its nameplate. Built on Suzuki’s lightweight HEARTECT underpinnings, it gets new design as well as styling elements. While it weighs up to 105kg lighter than the predecessor, the new Dzire sees significant increase in fuel economy.

Most of the changes on the subcompact sedan have been made to the front as it gets a new grille with a bold chrome surround, projector headlamps with LED DRLs and a redesigned bumper. With these changes, the car looks more upmarket from outside. Insides too receive prominent changes and Maruti has added new tech such as the touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink. Safety bits like dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, brake assist and ISOFIX child seat mounts as standard across carline.

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Mechanical set up remains unchanged on the new Dzire and it continues using the same 82bhp, 1.2-litre, K-Series petrol unit and 74bhp, 1.3-litre DDiS oil burner. The petrol engine makes 113Nm of torque opposed to Fiat’s 1.3-litre unit which puts out 190Nm. Transmission include a 5-speed manual unit and an AMT gearbox.

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