Maruti DZire


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Maruti DZire Variants

Petrol Variants

Maruti DZire ZXi
1197 cc Petrol, 19.1 kmpl |
Rs. 6,31,514
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Maruti DZire LXi
1197 cc Petrol, 19.1 kmpl | Check Features
Rs. 4,85,162
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Maruti DZire VXi AT
1197 cc Petrol, 17.4 kmpl | Check Features
Rs. 6,33,920
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Maruti DZire VXi
1197 cc Petrol, 19.1 kmpl | Check Features
Rs. 5,44,109
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Diesel Variants

Maruti DZire ZDi
1248 cc Diesel, 23.4 kmpl | Check Features
Rs. 7,32,284
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Maruti DZire VDi
1248 cc Diesel, 23.4 kmpl | Check Features
Rs. 6,51,439
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Maruti DZire LDi
1248 cc Diesel, 23.4 kmpl | Check Features
Rs. 5,78,583
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Maruti DZire Review

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Editorial Test Drive Review of Maruti DZire

Maruti launched the new Dzire on Feb 2012 and it was an instant success. The original Dzire was launched on 26th March 2008 and simply put, was the Swift hatchback with an added boot and a wee bit of extra rear passenger space. A Maruti sedan with a diesel engine at a competitive pricing meant sure shot success for the sedan.The biggest change in the new Dzire is the shortening of the boot. It’s a known fact that the Indian government gives tax benefits to cars which are less than 4 metres in length (the Indigo CS being the perfect example) and hence to get the new Dzire’s price less than the older one, Maruti engineers got down to the exercise of, well, making the overall length less.  And this is where the new version is getting a lot of criticism.

The front end is all-new, like the new Swift, though at the same time, the radiator grille and bumper are slightly different from its hatchback sibling. The rear tail lamps seem to have taken cues from the Kizashi premium sedan. Inside the all-black treatment isn’t to everyone’s liking and thankfully, the new Dzire has a different color them on the inside. Step in and you immediately feel the sense of space which is due to the usage of light color for the bottom half of the fascia. The faux wood strip on the front doors as well as below the side air-con vents up front looks premium. The new Dzire also has a longer wheelbase which liberates more leg and knee room.

Further, the back-rest is inclined more and the rear of the front seat scooped. All these changes add up to more space at the back. In engines, it has the FIAT’s much acclaimed 74 bhp 1.3-litre Multi-jet engine. In traffic, the new diesel Dzire is a much better companion at low engine speeds, however, it can still not match up to the fantastic Mahindra Verito, Nissan Sunny or the Toyota Etios in this regard. That said, once on the boil, the engine comes into its own and the car is a hoot to drive fast. The icing on the cake comes in the form of improved fuel economy, which according to ARAI now stands at 23.4kmpl! The petrol engine is the same used on the earlier Dzire though with changes, now produces a couple of Bhp extra as in 84 bhp. The intake gets variable valve technology and Maruti has tuned the engine for efficiency.

This is evident by the fact that as per ARAI, the new petrol Dzire runs 19.1km to a litre. Drive the petrol version and you are impressed by it smooth and rev-happy nature. In suspension, the new one scores heavily over the older version in many ways. Based on the new Swift platform, the driving feel has improved massively. The car has a longer wheelbase and wider track – two essential things for stability. You get a feel of a well planted car, one which feels matured to drive, with the feeling of being from a higher segment. A massive improvement has been the ride quality which is now up there with the best in the class. Prices start at Rs 4.8 lakhs to 7.3 lakhs ex-showrrom. It is a great car and brilliant value. For a detailed analysis read below..

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Maruti DZire Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Excellent value for money
  • Improved interior quality
  • Excellent handling
  • Good ride quality
  • Excellent mileage (Diesel)
  • Compact yet spacious
  • High resale value
  • Available with automatic gearbox

Cons

  • Does not look like a saloon
  • Automatic only with petrol
  • Boot space less than before
  • Sluggish AT gearbox

Maruti DZire Exteriors

The biggest change in the new Dzire is the shortening of the boot. It’s a known fact that the Indian government gives tax benefits to cars which are less than 4 metres in length (the Indigo CS being the perfect example) and hence to get the new Dzire’s price less than the older one, Maruti engineers got down to the exercise of, well, making the overall length less.  And this is where the new version is getting a lot of criticism. We at Gaadi.com however feel that this was expected and the end effort done by the engineers is praise worthy. It might not be the prettiest looking sedan in the segment, but that said, from various angles, it does look sporty.

The front end is all-new, like the new Swift, though at the same time, the radiator grille and bumper are slightly different from its hatchback sibling. Dimension wise, the new Dzire is 165mm shorter but 5mm wider and 25mm taller than the older sedan. Look at it from the side-on angle and you see where the length has gone off from – it is obvious, the small boot! Look closely and you also notice that the rear door is longer than that of the Swift’s – this has been done so that the rear windows are able to roll down completely for an airy feel inside.

From the rear three quarters, the new Dzire does look odd but not to the extent of calling it ugly. See the back end of the car standing 20 feet away and you actually find it good enough with the horizontally running chrome strip adding to the ‘premium’ feel. The rear tail lamps seem to have taken cues from the Kizashi premium sedan. The new Dzire continues to sell in three trim levels each of petrol and diesel (and a AT version in VXi trim). The lower LDi / LXi / VXi / VDi versions wear thin 165/80 tyres on 14-inch steel wheels while the higher ZDi / ZXi models wear wider 185/65 tyres on 15-inch alloy wheels. The new Dzire is sold in seven colour options with two being new – pacific blue and glistering grey.


What we like

The front end is all-new, like the new Swift, though at the same time, the radiator grille and bumper are slightly different from its hatchback sibling.


What we don't like

It might not be the prettiest looking sedan in the segment.

 
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Maruti DZire Exterior vs Similar Cars Exterior


Maruti DZire

Tata Indigo eCS

Toyota Etios

Mahindra Verito
Exterior rating
What we like
  • Sporty design
  • Good build
  • Looks sharper now
  • Slightly Improved styling now
  • Better looking front now
  • Better looking rear styling
What we don't like
  • Does not look like a sedan
  • Looks similar to Swift
  • Overall design is same
  • Bland styling
  • Lacks quality
  • Rivals better looking
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Maruti DZire Front design

The new Swift is definitely a handsome brute, with matured lines, that extended hood and bigger head lights. On the aesthetics front, it really does a much better job than the old Swift. The new DZire also carries over this new front end design from the Swift, and in that regard, looks more elegant from the front than the old DZire ever did.

Maruti DZire Rear design

Rear styling is neatly executed but the squarish profile of the bootlid links the new car with the older DZire

Maruti DZire Side profile

The rear quarter glass has a more conventional fall to it and the rear door is marginally larger as well.

Maruti DZire Ground Clearance

DZire has a Ground Clearance of 170 (mm).

Maruti DZire Bumpers

DZire has body coloured bumpers with integrated fog lamps at the front bumper.

Maruti DZire Head lamps

The headlamp of the DZire has been taken from the swift itself.

Maruti DZire Tail lamps

The tail lamps in the DZire are huge and are clearly visible from a longer distance.

Maruti DZire Fog lamps

DZire has an option for fog lamps in the car.

Maruti DZire Tyres

DZire uses 185/70 r14 tyres which gives the car good grip at any road conditions.

Maruti DZire Alloy wheels

Fourteen inch wheels with steel rims are used in the base and mid level variants while the top end petrol and diesel models are bestowed with 15 inch alloy wheels.

Maruti DZire Outside mirrors

The outside mirrors are electronically adjustable from the inside.

Maruti DZire Colors

The following shades are available for Maruti Swift DZire Solid Bright Red Pearl Metallic Arctic White Metallic Midnight Black Metallic Silky Silver Metallic Sovereign Blue Metallic Clear Beige Metallic Azure Grey

Maruti DZire Rear wiper

There is an option for rear wiper in the Swift DZire.

Maruti DZire Roof rails

There is no roof rails in the DZire

Maruti DZire Sun roof

There is no sun roof in the DZire.

Maruti DZire Spoiler

There is no spoiler in the DZire

Maruti DZire Side Steps

There is no side step in the DZire.

Maruti DZire Spare wheel

The spare wheel is placed inside the boot of the car

Maruti DZire Comfort & Suspension

The old Dzire was known for a plaint ride. It absorbed bad roads pretty easily though was not a car meant for spirited driving around corners which had the rear end loosing grip. The new one scores heavily over the older version in many ways. Based on the new Swift platform, the driving feel has improved massively. The car has a longer wheelbase and wider track – two essential things for stability. You get a feel of a well planted car, one which feels matured to drive, with the feeling of being from a higher segment.

A massive improvement has been the ride quality which is now up there with the best in the class. The suspension, as compared to the Swift, feel softer which is a good thing as the new Dzire will be more of a family car. It rides very nicely over bad roads and undulations. Further, drive the car hard and it holds ground very well without losing composure. Steering effort is minimal and like other Maruti products, this one too is of the EPS variety (electronic power steering) as well which it is light (though not feather light in this case) at low speeds and becomes devoid of any assist at high speeds for better feedback.


What we like

A massive improvement has been the ride quality which is now up there with the best in the class. The suspension, as compared to the Swift, feel softer.


What we don't like

Ride quality still not class best.


 
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Maruti DZire Comfort

The new entry level notchback is leveraged with all necessary material comforts. The owner would not have to doubt about comfort in this Maruti car. Adjustable headrests and a rear centre armrest please the passengers like nothing else. Even driver seat height adjustment and seatbelt height adjustment is possible. The rear-seat is pretty comfortable but the backrest is a bit reclined. The front seats carried away from the Swift hatch, are very comfy, while increased rear space acts as cherry on

Maruti DZire Front suspension

The DZire shares suspension hardware with the Swift, though the rear has been tuned for comfort. DZire uses a McPherson strut and coil spring at the front.

Maruti DZire Rear suspension

DZire uses a Torsion beam and coil spring at the rear.

Maruti DZire Engine & Performance

FIAT’s much acclaimed 1.3-litre Multi-jet engine is used by various companies in the world and India too. However, it is Maruti who have made the best use of this fantastic unit. Recently, the two companies also reached an agreement wherein Fiat will now supply 1 lakh of these engines on an annual basis and this is good news for diesel buyers. Coming back to the Dzire, I drove the diesel version first as I own a diesel Dzire back home too (old Dzire) and the differences were immediately apparent. For starters, the NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) levels are well under control and the engine feels very smooth. Within the first few minutes, you also discover that Maruti has tuned the engine and recalibrated the turbo-charger for lower turbo-lag. It is present, however, is less pronounced as compared to the older Dzire.

The trade-off is the fact that the punch of torque isn’t as much as the older model, instead, the power delivery is linear. In traffic, the new diesel Dzire is a much better companion at low engine speeds, however, it can still not match up to the fantastic Mahindra Verito, Nissan Sunny or the Toyota Etios in this regard. That said, once on the boil, the engine comes into its own and the car is a hoot to drive fast. The petrol engine is the same used on the earlier Dzire though with changes, now produces a couple of Bhp extra. The intake gets variable valve technology and Maruti has tuned the engine for efficiency. This is evident by the fact that as per ARAI, the new petrol Dzire runs 19.1km to a litre. Drive the petrol version and you are impressed by it smooth and rev-happy nature. It continues to be a gem of a motor and Maruti is now offering the petrol engine with a choice of a 4-speed automatic transmission.

Infact the petrol AT Dzire is now the cheapest automatic sedan in the country. While some may run the Dzire AT down for being ‘just’ a 4-speed one, the fact is that it works just fine in city traffic. It is geared tall for fuel economy but goes about doing its duty in an able manner. Drive the car with a light right foot and the system up-shifts quickly to 4th. Stomp the accelerator hard and it down-shifts quickly for extra performance. You don’t get the same punch as from the manual version no doubt but on the good side, the system has an overdrive lock (to prevent it from shifting into 4th) as well as selectable 1st, 2nd and 3rd cogs.


What we like

The diesel and petrol both offer excellent performance without sacrificing economy.


What we don't like

The Automatic gearbox is slow and hampers driving experience.


Maruti DZire Acceleration

DZire accelerates very well it accelerates from 0-100 in about 14.33seconds.Thanks to its improved gearings.

Maruti DZire Top speed

DZire has a top speed of about 158kmph.

Maruti DZire In-gear acceleration

Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire can accelerate during overtaking between 40 to 60 in 5.14 seconds in the 4th gear and can reach 80-100 in 5.73 seconds.

Maruti DZire Gearbox

Gearshifts on the five-speed gearbox were smooth and light in operation too. Among the 3 petrol variants, one (Vxi) will be available with an optional 4-speed automatic transmission.

Maruti DZire Power

DZire has a 4inline transverse 1197 cc engine which produces 243ps of power at 4000-4400rpm.

Maruti DZire Torque

Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire produces 113Nm of torque 4500rpm.

Maruti DZire NVH levels

DZire has got a refined engine so the level of noise and vibration is low but still if one pushes the Car hard then there are few amount of noise from the engine.

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Maruti DZire Diesel M/T Performance

Maruti DZire Diesel M/T Maximum speed

True Speed N/A km/h
Speedometer Reading N/A km/h

Maruti DZire Diesel M/T Acceleration

0-20 1.27 seconds
0-40 3.09 seconds
0-60 5.55 seconds
0-80 9.67 seconds
0-100 14.24 seconds
0-120 0 seconds
 
Quarter Mile Sprint
Terminal Speed
16.02
146.3
seconds
km/h
0-1000m Sprint
Terminal Speed
28.72
188.57
seconds
km/h

Maruti DZire Diesel M/T Overtaking Acceleration (seconds)

KM/H 3rd Gear 4th Gear Top Gear
40-60 4 6 12
60-80 4 4 8
80-100 5 5 5
100-120 13 7 6

Maruti DZire Diesel M/T Braking Performance

From 80 km/s to 0 2.96 Seconds / 29.84 Mtr  
From 100 km/s to 0 3 Seconds / 45.7 Mtr  

Maruti DZire Diesel M/T Performance Factors

Power/mass(PS/Tonnee) 69
Power/letre(PS/Leter) 58
Kerb Weight (KG) 146

Maruti DZire Handling Braking & Safety

In the Dzire ventilated Disc brakes are for the front and drum brakes are used for the rear.  The front suspension is of Mc Pherson strut with coil spring and rear suspension is of torsion beam with coil spring which is the same as the Swift hatchback. When it comes to safety it has front dual SRS airbags, ELR seatbelts plus AntiLock Braking System and Brake Assist with EBD.


What we like

The high-speed stability is better than the last Dzire.


What we don't like

But some of the handling ability of the old Dzire is gone.


Maruti DZire Handling

The gearbox complements the petrol engine quite well and shifts are smooth too. Moreover, it adapts well to changes in throttle inputs. Itís only when you floor the throttle that the build of power is slightly jerky.

Maruti DZire Braking performance

Swift DZire uses Front Ventilated Disc and Rear Drum brakes for all its variants. These brakes are able to stop the car from 100-0 in about 3.94seconds.

Maruti DZire Safety features

Safety features are taken care of in Marutiís new Swift DZire. The sedan, though, have been crushed to come up with a compact version, but safety features are top-notch, usually not expected in an entry level mule. Front dual SRS airbags, ELR seatbelts, Antilock Braking System, Brake Assist, Electronic Brake Distribution and an Engine Drag Control system are the safety features that would be present in new DZire models. ABS with Brake assist and EDC prevents skidding and ensures a minimum stoppi

Maruti DZire ABS

There is an option for ABS for the DZire.

Maruti DZire Traction control

There is an option for Traction control for the DZire.

Maruti DZire Mileage and Running Costs

There are two engine options in the Dzire- a petrol and diesel.  There is the 1.3-litre Multi-jet diesel engine which now has improved fuel economy, which according to ARAI now stands at 23.4kmpl! The petrol gives 19.1 kmpl. The A/T petrol give the least economy as expected, the diesel is clearly what you want if you want efficiency.

Maruti DZire Mileage

Maruti DZire Petrol Variants
Maruti DZire ZXi 19.1 kmpl
Maruti DZire LXi 19.1 kmpl
Maruti DZire VXi AT 17.4 kmpl
Maruti DZire VXi 19.1 kmpl
Maruti DZire Diesel Variants
Maruti DZire ZDi 23.4 kmpl
Maruti DZire VDi 23.4 kmpl
Maruti DZire LDi 23.4 kmpl

Maruti DZire Petrol Mileage

Maruti Dzire\'s overall mileage is 17.77kmpl. On highway Dzire gives 22.8kmpl and in city it gives 16.1kmpl.


Maruti DZire Diesel Mileage

The diesel mileage of Dzire in city is 18.35kmpl and on higheay it gives 23kmpl. Overall mileage is 19.5kmpl.


Maruti DZire Mileage vs Similar Cars Mileage


Maruti DZire

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Similar Petrol Cars Mileage LXi19.1 kmpl
VXi19.1 kmpl
VXi AT17.4 kmpl
ZXi19.1 kmpl
G17.6 kmpl
GSP17.6 kmpl
J17.6 kmpl
V17.6 kmpl
VSP17.6 kmpl
Xlusive16.78 kmpl
Similar Diesel Cars Mileage LDi23.4 kmpl
VDi23.4 kmpl
ZDi23.4 kmpl
LS CR425 kmpl
LS TDI25 kmpl
LX CR425 kmpl
LX TDI25 kmpl
VX CR425 kmpl
GD23.59 kmpl
GDSP23.59 kmpl
JD23.59 kmpl
VD23.59 kmpl
VDSP23.59 kmpl
Xclusive Diesel23.59 kmpl

Maruti DZire City fuel economy

Swift DZire ZXI gives 16.1 Kmpl in the city, DZire ZDi gives 18.35 Kmpl in the city

Maruti DZire Highway fuel economy

Swift DZire ZXI gives 22.8 Kmpl in the highways, DZire ZDi gives 23 Kmpl in the Highways

Maruti DZire ARAI rated economy

Maruti DZire ZDi Fuel: Diesel (ARAI Specified) :23.4 Kmpl Maruti DZire ZXi Fuel: Petrol (ARAI Specified) :19.1 Kmpl

Maruti DZire Tank Range

The tank range of Swift DZire is about 770 Kms in petrol and 850 Kms approx for diesel variant.

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Maruti DZire Features

Maruti DZire ZDi ZXi LXi VDi LDi VXi AT VXi
Safety
ABS Yes Yes No No No Yes No
EBD Yes Yes No No No Yes No
Airbags Yes Yes No No No No No
Child safety lock Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Immobilizer Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Traction control No No No No No No No
Hill control No No No No No No No
Hill descent No No No No No No No
4WD No No No No No No No
ESP No No No No No No No
Central locking Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Interior
Power Steering Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Tilt Steering Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Power windows Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Auto down for power windows Front-Yes
Rear-No
Front-Yes
Rear-No
No Front-Yes
Rear-No
No Front-Yes
Rear-No
Front-Yes
Rear-No
Anti-pinch for power windows No No No No No No No
Cup holders No No No No No No No
Air-con Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Rear A/c vents No No No No No No No
Audio system Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Keyless start-stop button No No No No No No No
Electric mirrors Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Electric foldable mirrors No No No No No No No
Deffoger Yes Yes No No No No No
Tachometer Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Leather seats No No No No No No No
Arm rest Front-No
Rear-Yes
Front-No
Rear-Yes
No Front-No
Rear-Yes
No Front-No
Rear-Yes
Front-No
Rear-Yes
Reversing camera No No No No No No No
Steering controls Yes Yes No No No No No
Bluetooth connectivity No No No No No No No
Driver info display Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Cruise control No No No No No No No
Foot rest No No No No No No No
Remote boot release Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Driver seat height adjust Yes Yes No No No No No
Chilled glovebox No No No No No No No
Power Seats No No No No No No No
Exterior
Keyless entry Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Fog lights Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
Sunroof No No No No No No No
Moon Roof No No No No No No No
Rear wiper No No No No No No No
Auto headlamps No No No No No No No
Rain sensing wipers No No No No No No No
Steel rims No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Alloy wheels Yes Yes No No No No No
Rear spoiler No No No No No No No
Roof rails No No No No No No No
Chrome grille Yes Yes No No No No No
Projector lamps No No No No No No No
Day time running lamps No No No No No No No

Maruti DZire Colors

  •  Glistening Grey
  •  Midnight Black
  •  Bright Red
  •  Pacific Blue
  •  Arctic White
  •  Clear Beige
  •   Silky Silver

Maruti DZire Specifications

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Maruti DZire Price

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Maruti DZire Petrol Price
Maruti DZire LXi Rs 4.85 Lakh On-Road Price
Maruti DZire VXi Rs 5.44 Lakh On-Road Price
Maruti DZire ZXi Rs 6.32 Lakh On-Road Price
Maruti DZire VXi AT Rs 6.34 Lakh On-Road Price
Maruti DZire Diesel Price
Maruti DZire LDi Rs 5.79 Lakh On-Road Price
Maruti DZire VDi Rs 6.51 Lakh On-Road Price
Maruti DZire ZDi Rs 7.32 Lakh On-Road Price

Maruti DZire Price vs Similar Cars Price

Petrol Option Diesel Option

Maruti DZire
Rs 4.85 L - 6.34 L On-Road Price Rs 5.79 L - 7.32 L On-Road Price

Tata Indigo eCS
N/A   Rs 4.99 L - 5.89 L On-Road Price

Toyota Etios
Rs 5.38 L - 7.03 L On-Road Price Rs 6.64 L - 8.07 L On-Road Price

Mahindra Verito
Rs 5.35 L - 5.57 L On-Road Price Rs 6.32 L - 7.20 L On-Road Price

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manju | Posted on Apr,16,2014 at 21:27 PM
good Reply to this post  
B.M.Kohli | Posted on Apr,02,2014 at 21:18 PM
why dealers are charging logistic charges in spite of supreme directions Reply to this post  
Akhilesh Prasad | Posted on Feb,20,2014 at 22:24 PM
I am using my Swift Dzire since three years and felt always good with its comfort,luxury and reliability. Reply to this post  
anuj tomar | Posted on Feb,02,2014 at 20:49 PM
swift ldi Reply to this post  
manjunath rao | Posted on Nov,28,2013 at 14:21 PM
i am having swift dzire vdi good fuel efficient car Reply to this post  
Ajay Sharma | Posted on Nov,16,2013 at 17:26 PM
I am having Swift Dzire VXI. Travelled through many cities. Average in a small town with good crowed is 15.1 and on
highway 20 km with AC on. Reply to this post  
Vikas | Posted on Nov,08,2013 at 23:56 PM
I got Swift Dzire Vxi, which is petrol version. After 1 week of delivery, I had been to Ujjain and Panchmarhi via Bhopal
from Gujarat. It gave me swift handling, stability due to suspension and an Average of 18.55 per ltr. approx. in AC. Reply to this post  
zahiruddin sm | Posted on Sep,13,2013 at 13:38 PM
Swift Desire is wonderfull Car, when we go in long Journey it is very smooth and very good it will not feel we are
driving or not. Reply to this post  
kunal kulkarni | Posted on Sep,13,2013 at 13:12 PM
im planig to buy disel car up to 7lakh which car is best for me Reply to this post  
ashwani mittal | Posted on Oct,15,2013 at 23:03 PM
as per market i 20 is the best but if you wanna a reliable name then you can go for swift or dzire.
Haresh | Posted on Aug,23,2013 at 19:58 PM
I am planing to buy Swift Dzire VXI petrol version. My question is this is value for money deal or I will look another
car please advise me. Reply to this post  
ashwani mittal | Posted on Oct,15,2013 at 23:05 PM
if your running is less then you can go for it otherwise average is only 14 to 15 kmpl of dzire petrol
Rs 4.85 L - 7.32 L
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  • More cabin space than the Swift
  • Automatic option with petrol engine
  • Diesel engine - peppy and efficient
  • Cheaper & better than old Dzire
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