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Maruti Swift Dzire

₹ 5.23 - 8.58 Lakh*
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The updated Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire features cosmetic exterior changes along with added equipment inside. Engine options remain the same, although Maruti has tweaked them to make them more fuel efficient.

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Maruti Swift Dzire Price List

View Below - Listing of Variants
    Diesel Variants
    • LDI
      1248 cc, Diesel, 26.59 kmpl
      ₹ 6.12 Lakh*
    • 1248 cc, Diesel, 26.59 kmpl
      ₹ 6.32 Lakh*
    • VDI
      1248 cc, Diesel, 26.59 kmpl
      ₹ 7.10 Lakh*
    • 1248 cc, Diesel, 26.59 kmpl
      ₹ 7.22 Lakh*
    • ZDI
      1248 cc, Diesel, 26.59 kmpl
      ₹ 8.07 Lakh*
    • 1248 cc, Diesel, 26.59 kmpl
      ₹ 8.58 Lakh*
    Petrol Variants
    • LXI
      1197 cc, Petrol, 20.85 kmpl
      ₹ 5.23 Lakh*
    • 1197 cc, Petrol, 20.85 kmpl
      ₹ 5.31 Lakh*
    • 1197 cc, Petrol, 20.85 kmpl
      ₹ 5.48 Lakh*
    • VXI
      1197 cc, Petrol, 20.85 kmpl
      ₹ 5.99 Lakh*
    • 1197 cc, Petrol, 20.85 kmpl
      ₹ 6.23 Lakh*
    • 1197 cc, Petrol, 18.5 kmpl
      ₹ 6.83 Lakh*
    • ZXI
      1197 cc, Petrol, 20.85 kmpl
      ₹ 6.98 Lakh*
    • 1197 cc, Petrol, 18.5 kmpl
      ₹ 7.03 Lakh*
    Launching Soon
    • 1197 cc, Electric, 17.4 kmpl
      ₹ 6.81 Lakh*

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Swift Dzire Color Options

  • ALP Blue

  • Silky Silver

  • Sangria Red

  • Pacific Blue

  • Magma Grey

  • Cave Black

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  • Comfort
  • Looks
  • Engine
  • Interiors
  • Safety
  • Mileage

UPDATED: Read detailed roadtest of the Swift DZire (click to read)

Maruti launched the new DZire in Feb 2015 and it is expected to continue to set the sales charts on fire. 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 product with a diesel engine at a competitive price meant sure shot success for the sedan.The new DZire gets minor exterior styling changes, a whole lot of new equipment and tweaked engines.

The front end is all-new, like the new Swift which was launched in November 2014, though the radiator grille and bumper are slightly different from its hatchback sibling. Inside the DZire continues with the dual-tone treatment which makes the cabin look premium and spacious, unlike the all-black interiors of the hatchback. The faux wood strip on the front doors as well as below the side air-con vents up front looks premium. The new DZire has a longer wheelbase than the hatchback which liberates more leg and knee room.
 
Further, the back-rest is reclined and the rear of the front seat scooped. All these changes add up to more space at the back. The 1.3-litre DDiS diesel engine (basically the Fiat MultiJet engine) and the 1.2-litre K-Series petrol motor have been tweaked, making them even more efficient without a huge compromise on performance. According to ARAI, the diesel motor has an efficieny figure of 26.59 km/l as compared to 23.4km/l earlier! The petrol engine, as per ARAI, has an efficiency of 20.85 km/l now as compared to the pre-facelift model which delivered 19.1km to a litre. The Swift DZire is a well planted car, one which feels matured to drive, with the drive feel similar to cars much above its own category. Prices start at Rs 5.03 lakh and go up to 7.59 lakh ex-showroom, Delhi. It is a great car and has brilliant value. Detailed analysis below.
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Interiors

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The Swift DZire has a lovely cabin design. The dual-tone black-and-beige interiors help give the car a premium look and make it feel airy, even though the small windows do not let in a lot of light. The faux wood strip on the front doors as well as below the side air-con vents up front looks premium. The moment you sit in to the driver's seat, the soft padding is evident. The driver's seat is a nice place to be and ergonomically the DZire is one of the better cars around. I especially liked the silver inserts in the steering wheel and around the central air-con vents.
 
Once it gets dark, the orange-red background lightning for the speedometer console looks fab! The overall quality of interiors is pretty good considering the price the car sells for. The top end model comes as loaded as the Swift hatchback – steering wheel controls with telephony controls, automatic climate control, good sounding audio system with Bluetooth connectivity, Keyless-entry with Start/Stop button is a new feature, electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs and those lovely cup-holders in the front of the side vents make life easier. This feature will come in very handy during the North Indian summers! Another place where the new DZire scores is the space for back-seat passengers as well as the comfort factor. You immediately notice the softer seats which is a boon for chauffer driven tired souls or the elderly in the house.
 
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. Finally, even with a 6-foot driver up front, there is decent space at the rear for normal sized adults. However, the new DZire simply cannot match up to the likes of the Toyota Etios, Tata Zest and Hyundai Xcent in this department. Infact, similarly priced hatchbacks like the Hyundai i20 beat the new DZire as far as passenger space is concerned. Another limitation of the new DZire is the boot space, which is small compared to the Hyundai Xcent, and holds just 316 litres. The boot is best for a couple of medium sized suit cases for a weekend trip.
What we like

The overall quality of interiors is pretty good considering the price the car sells for. The top end model comes loaded with features.

What we don't like

The boot space could have been better.

Interiors Details

Boot Space

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire comes with a 320 litre boot

Speedometer

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a large speedometer

Gear Lever

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a round gear lever knob

Cup Holders

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has front cup holders

Glovebox

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a spacious glovebox

Audio System

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a double-DIN stereo with Bluetooth connectivity in the top models

Air Conditioner

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has climate control in top-end variants

Arm Rests

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a rear centre arm rest

Air Vents

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has sleek air vents

Seats

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has comfortable seats with good under thigh and back support

Leg Room

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire need more rear leg room

Knee Room

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire needs more rear knee room

Shoulder Space

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire needs more shoulder space for seating three rear seat occupants

Head Room

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire offers adequate head room

Steering Wheel

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has steering mounted audio controls

Power Windows

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has power windows all around

Keyless Entry

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire comes with remote keyless entry

Driver Information Display

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a driver information display system

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Exteriors

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 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 the radiator grille and bumper are slightly different from its hatchback sibling. The headlamps are blacked out, the grille gets a single chrome bar which may look tacky to some, the fog-lampo housing gets a chrome bezel and there are new alloy wheels. 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 new DZire is sold in three trim levels for the petrol (and a AT version in VXi trim) and two trim levels for the diesel. The lower LDi / LXi / LXi (O) / 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.
 
What we like

Additional chrome elements add the bling factor

What we don't like

The said chrome elements can put off many customers

Exteriors Details

Front Design

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a bold front end design with a prominent chrome grille and chiseled front bumper

Rear Design

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a well profiled rear end design

Side Profile

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire with its short rear overhang has a sporty side profile

Ground Clearance

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a ground clearance of 170mm

Bumpers

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has large front and rear bumpers that rounds up the profile of the car well

Head Lamps

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has tall head lamps that have a swept upwards design

Tail Lamps

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a compact and sporty tail light design

Fog Lamps

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has front fog lamps

Tyres

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire comes with 165/80 R14 section tyres for lower end variants while top-end variants get 185/65 R15 profile tyres

Alloy Wheels

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has alloy wheels in the top end variants

Outside Mirrors

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has electrically operated ORVMs

Colors

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire is available with a choice of seven shades to choose from

Rear Wiper

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire does not have a rear wiper

Roof Rails

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire does not have roof rails

Sun Roof

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire does not have a sun roof

Spoiler

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire does not have a rear spoiler

Side Steps

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire does not have side steps

Spare Wheel

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a spare wheel

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Engine

 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. 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. 

 
The diesel DZire is a much better companion at low engine speeds, however, it can still not match up to the 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. 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 20.85 km 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.
 
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.
 
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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.

Engine & Performance Details

Acceleration

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has linear acceleration

In Gear Acceleration

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has good in gear acceleration

Gearbox

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire comes with a five-speed manual gearbox as standard while a four-speed automatic is available in the petrol model and a 5-speed automated-manual is available in the diesel model

Power

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire petrol has 84.3PS of power @ 6000rpm while the diesel model has 75PS of power @ 4000rpm of power

Torque

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire petrol has 114Nm of torque @ 4000rpm while the diesel has 190Nm of torque @ 2000rpm

NVH Levels

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire diesel has higher NVH levels

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Mileage

Diesel Mileage 26.59 kmpl
Petrol Mileage 20.85 kmpl

 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 26.59kmpl! The petrol gives 20.85 kmpl. The A/T petrol give the least economy as expected, the diesel is clearly what you want if you want efficiency.

What we like

The diesel at 26.59 kmpl efficiency is excellent and very frugal.

What we don't like

Nothing really

Diesel Variants
LDI 26.59 kmpl
LDI Optional 26.59 kmpl
VDI 26.59 kmpl
VDI Optional 26.59 kmpl
ZDI 26.59 kmpl
AMT ZDI 26.59 kmpl
Petrol Variants
LXI 20.85 kmpl
LXI Option 20.85 kmpl
LXI Optional-O 20.85 kmpl
VXI 20.85 kmpl
VXI Optional 20.85 kmpl
VXi AT 18.5 kmpl
ZXI 20.85 kmpl
VXI AT Optional 18.5 kmpl
Diesel Mileage

 The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire diesel has an ARAI rated efficiency figure of 26.59 km/l

Petrol Mileage

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire petrol manual model has an ARAI efficiency figure of 20.85 km/l while the automatic model as a rated efficiency figure of 18.5 km/l

Diesel Mileage

 The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire diesel has an ARAI rated efficiency figure of 26.59 km/l for the manual as well as the automatic version

Petrol Mileage

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire petrol manual model has an ARAI efficiency figure of 20.85 km/l while the automatic model as a rated efficiency figure of 18.5 km/l

Mileage Details

City Fuel Economy

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire petrol has a city economy figure of 13 km/l. The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire diesel has a city economy figure of 20 km/l

Highway Fuel Economy

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire petrol has a highway economy figure of 18 km/l.The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire diesel has a highway economy figure of 25 km/l

Arai Rated Economy

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire petrol has an ARAI figure of 20.85 km/l. The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire diesel has an ARAI figure of 26.59 km/l

Tank Range

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


Safety

 In the Dzire ventilated Disc brakes are for the front and drum brakes are used for the rear.  The front suspension is of McPherson 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 Anti-Lock Braking System and Brake Assist with EBD.

What we like

The high-speed stability is good

What we don't like

Sharp bumps can unsettle the car

Handling Braking & Safety Details

Handling

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has positive handling traits

Braking Performance

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire's brakes have a good bite

Safety Features

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire top models come with ABS and airbags

Abs

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire Z models come with ABS

Traction Control

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire does not have traction control

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Comfort

 Based on the new Swift platform, the driving feel is one of the best in the segment. The car has a long wheelbase and wide 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 hatchback, feels softer which is a good thing as the new Dzire is targeted at family car buyers. 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 the electronic power steering unit is light at low speeds and becomes devoid of any assist at high speeds for better feedback.
What we like

Soft and supple suspension

What we don't like

Ride quality still not best in class

Comfort & Suspension Details

Comfort

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a comfortable ride with its coil spring suspension

Front Suspension

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has McPherson strut suspension up front

Rear Suspension

The Maruti Suzuki Swift DZire has a torsion beam rear suspension


Loan

Available EMI options
(For 60 months with interest rate of 10.5% and down payment of ₹ 52,300)
₹ 10,125 per month

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Maruti Swift Dzire In News

Top 10 on sales chart for March 2015

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Maruti Alto 800 There has been a mild shuffle in the top 10 cars sold in India during the month of March 2015 as compared to the February 2015 sales chart. The Maruti Suzuki Alto is still the highest selling car in the country with 24,961 units sold during March 2015, although sales fell from 25,673 units in February of 2015. At second spot, the ...Read Full News

Maruti issues recall for diesel Swift, DZire and Ritz

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Maruti Ritz-used car Maruti Suzuki has issued a recall for diesel models of the Swift, Swift DZire and Ritz for inspection and repair of their wiring harnesses. The recall affects models manufactured between 8th of March 2010 to 11th of August 2013. Models sold domestically and exported are said to be subject to the recall. The problem was noticed...Read Full News

Maruti is set to recall 1.5 lakh units of Swift Dzire!

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As the global automakers like GM, Ford and Porsche are plagued by the recall saga, Maruti Suzuki is all set to follow suit with Indian auto industry's largest ever recall! Financial Express reports that, according to its sources, Maruti Suzuki will soon issue a recall for 1.5 lakh units of the Swift Dzire over a defective fuel neck filler. The d...Read Full News

Good car but long wait for car delivery which is not good in this fast time

By M. Anil Posted on 14 Jul 08, 08:28 PM

Pros Fromd good look,great mileage,graet pickup

Cons back look is not good/overall look is not very immressive

good car maruti service provers are good car is good but people have to wait for delivery of car in 3 to 4 months minimum this is very bad for company,comany must improve their reputation in this case and some dealers are not doing well in swift dezire case so.must cheak on dealers.I think if any company executive read this review massage must act upon this

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Maruthi

By Sachin Tendulkar Posted on 14 Aug 08, 09:25 PM

Pros it has a great look and great milage.car contains lot of space so it comfort

Cons but in delivery only late we book the car in april but cars are not available

It has a great look and smooth engine.this is the only smoothing car in diesel engine.It has lot of space so it is comfort.but during delivery only car should come late. If the company gives quick delivery it is no 1 car in india

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Good mileage 4 vxi

By Prakash Posted on 06 Aug 08, 10:07 AM

Pros attractive looks,large boot space,good leg space.

Cons nothing

I bought a dzire vxi on 21 08 2008.Even before 1st service,I got an average mileage of 13km in the city.It has got very good pick up.With this attractive price,Dzire is the ultimate choice.

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My Swift DZire VXI with CNG

By Posted on 20 Sep 13, 09:31 AM

Pros Great Looks,Good Performance,Great Interiors,Fuel Efficiency,Comfort,

Cons ,Driver seat height adjustment missing in VXI trim, Slim tyres on the car from the factory

A year and half back, I was searching for a replacement for my Alto VX 1.1 which had served me well for about two and half years. Test drove several cars and came to the conclusion that I would have to go in for a sedan with at least sufficient space for keeping a couple of travel bags in the boot. Roof carriers spoil the overall dynamics of cars. Shortlisted a pre-worshipped DZire which had run about 42000 kms. Have driven about 12700 kms since then. Been quite some time from then and now still do not feel that the decision could have been more better. The DZire fulfills all of my requirements and offers much more. Boot space, inspite of a CNG cylinder in the boot. A torquey and peppy G13BB engine (yes, my car is the older version of the DZire with the 1.3L mill carried forward from the Esteem and Swift). I am 61 and drive the car most of the times. Even with the driver side seat moved back, there is space for the passenger behind to not complain. The car has adequate space to seat 5 people at ease. If people are of medium built, they will feel very very comfortable. If they are built slightly on the heftier side, they might complain due to shoulders rubbing. The car pulls cleanly in all gears (except the 2nd which is a dud on inclines) even when it is loaded. I recently upgraded to newer tyres with specifications fitting the ZXI version of the same car. Increased grip and improved handling is what it brings to the car a requirement that Maruti Suzuki themselves should satisfy at a slight incremental cost differential. Even with the CNG cylinder in the boot, we use the car for our monthly shopping errands which ends up in about 6-10 large shopping bags. The boot gobbles up most of the bags a welcome upgrade over the previous Alto. The stock factory music system is decent and sufficient enough with the integrated fascia making up for any loss of quality in the sound quality. Fuel efficiency in Petrol ranges around 11-13 kml including highway runs. On CNG, the efficiency has been around 18-20 kmkg. Overall, fits a tight pocket well. With these points, no wonder Maruti Suzuki have had a winning formula over the years. The newer DZire builds on the positives of the older DZire. However, the boot space is compromised to ensure that the car attracts lower excise duties Good if you do not travel much as most of us travel in and around the city, this limitation will rarely place a sour taste in our palates.

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Few modification requires in DZIRE

By Pjb Posted on 14 Jul 10, 08:12 PM

Pros overall good car

Cons ugly dash board colour

my suggestion that it is a good car but requires few modification i.e. first most demanding is swift DZIRE should be writen on steel stirrup over number plate as in new wagonr, and white colour is very dull look it should be in bright white colour, dash board and interior colour should be light wood colour.

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Good Car

By Suresh Posted on 16 Mar 12, 11:46 PM

Pros Great looks

Cons less confortable

It is one of the suberb car from maruti suzuki looks so good by performance and smooth too but may increase the sharpness at the edges,overall a nice car in the market, cc might also be increased and may increase rear side leg space.

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Value for money

By Anshuman Chatterjee Posted on 08 Aug 09, 03:55 PM

Pros mileage, driving position, engine refinement,pickup,

Cons space, reversing, delicate bumpers, suspension,tyres

on negatives-high boot makes reversing a nightmare...atleast till u get used to it. always keep eyes and ears open and music off.ask somebody in backseat to lookout as well.stock tyres165/80R14 r not good and account for some low comfort levels,poor breaking and poor grip at highspeeds, can be solved by replacing them with 185/70R14. drives over very rough patches with potholes not comfortable still. positives outweigh the negatives though- engine is a very refined one, becomes more and more silent as u drive it unless u abuse it in initial period. restrain urself during break in period and avoid rabbit starts, hard breaking and rpms >2.5K. beware of a metallic screeching sound on rough roads and slow speeds which service engineer tells me is due to some defect in backseat of both swift and dzire and difficult to trace.but will not harm the vehicle. Overall a fairly good value for money

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Go for a serious look on it's technical aspects.

By Nishant Padelkar Posted on 03 Feb 10, 01:32 AM

Pros Very good mileage particularly on 70-80Km/hr.

Cons Scope to improve windows design

I strongly belive that either Mr. Santosh drived one Dzire vehicle which faced any serrious accidents or he drived never of the two vehicles.Maruti has already stopped booking this vehicle because of the high waiting list.Addition of K series with Bharat stage IV will make it best vehicle in it's segment technically.Looks depend on personal choice..You may think your wife is very beautiful but others may not agree.

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AMAZING CAR.

By Posted on 25 Jun 12, 06:22 PM

Pros its a very stylish car ,comfortable

Cons nothing bad

best car from maruti suzuki , it gives very good mileage even in city its pickup is also very good it has a strong and durable metal body, and air conditioners are also powerfull , its VVT engine is silent interior is not very attractive but not boring. its seat are comfortable,soft... its engine gives very good max. torque the main thing of maruti suzuki that it gives a very nice service ,its spare parts are cheap. Overall ITS A LOVELY CAR...

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Perfect car for family of 5

By Posted on 27 Jun 12, 11:04 PM

Pros perfect car

Cons interiors is black

i love this car and maruti is doing a great job and from last 5 years m driving its perfect car for value for money

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