Ritz Dazzle special edition launched

Maruti Suzuki has launched a special edition of its small car Ritz dubbed the ‘Dazzle’.

So how will the Ritz Dazzle be different from the regular Maruti Suzuki Ritz model? It will feature loads of accessories worth Rs. 24,000 besides Maruti’s exchange benefit of Rs. 15,000 on the car. The Maruti Ritz Dazzle will also available for defense personnel through CSD (Canteen Stores Department). The company has not officially announced any prices for the Ritz Dazzle yet.

The exterior of this special edition model features body side molding, special decals and body-colored ORVMs (outside rear view mirrors). Related: Upcoming small cars from Maruti

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Photo: Brochure of the Maruti Suzuki Ritz Dazzle that was leaked on the Internet (Courtesy: Carblogindia)

On the inside, the Ritz Dazzle gets Double-Din USB MP3 player with SD card support, art leather seat covers, security system with remote and shock sensor, and dual speakers for audio system.

In August 2010, Maruti Suzuki celebrated the first anniversary of Ritz in India by launching the Ritz Genus. Genus was priced at an additional Rs. 17, 000 than the regular Ritz. Related: Maruti Ritz diesels

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Photo: The regular Suzuki Ritz

The Maruti Suzuki Ritz was launched in 2009 in both petrol and diesel options and has sold rather well since its launch. Ritz shares its powerplant with the popular Maruti Suzuki Swift hatchback – a 1.2 litre mill that puts out 85 PS of maximum power. The Ritz diesel is powered by a 1.3-litre DDIS diesel engine that produces 75 PS of power. Also read: The most powerful small cars in India

You can sms ‘Ritz’ to 53636 to know more about the car or contact the nearest Maruti dealer.

Maruti currently is the largest car manufacturer in India. Popular small car models from the company include the Alto and the Alto K10, the A-Star small hatchback, Suzuki Swift and the Ritz. Small sedans from the company consist of the Maruti Swift Dzire and the Suzuki SX4. The company recently launched its priciest car in India, the Suzuki Kizashi, which is imported as a completely built unit to the country.

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