LAUNCHED IN INDIA: NEW SUZUKI DZIRE

The New Dzire sedan, launched by Maruti Suzuki, looks set to shake up the Indian passenger vehicle market.Its smooth sedan styling, more plush and roomy interiors, superior overall comfort and advanced safety features make the New Dzire even more aspirational – and desirable.This third generation New Dzire takes the brand to a whole new level – an authentic sedan designed for the young, aspirational and “indulgence seeking” customer.

 

 

The hugely popular Auto Gear Shift (AGS) technology is now available on many more variants of the Dzire, starting from the V trim up to Z and Z+. In all, six variants of the New Dzire (in diesel and petrol) now offer the acclaimed AGS technology

 

Customers will also appreciate the superior fuel efficiency of the New Dzire. At 28.4 kmpl* the New DzireDiesel is India’s most fuel efficient car. The New Dzire petrol has a fuel efficiency of 22.0 kmpl.*

Presenting the all-New Dzire, Mr Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki, said: “The New Dzire is bound to create plenty of excitement in the Indian automobile market. Dzire was specially created for India, and has been one of the most popular brands ever in the Indian automobile industry. Now we have designed a whole New Dzire for sedan customers, to fulfil the growing aspirations of a young and prosperous India.”

Built afresh on the fifth generation HEARTECT platform, the all-New Dzire is able to offer more space, superior safety and better fuel efficiency.

 

The Maruti Suzuki Dzire has been the undisputed leader in the subcompact sedan space, but the segment has also gotten a lot more crowded than before. With the third generation model, Maruti has managed to iron out certain deficits while also offering a lot more now. The new Dzire competes with the new Hyundai Xcent, Volkswagen Ameo, Tata Zest and Tigor, Honda Amaze and the Ford Aspire.

 

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