Maruti Suzuki Dzire is one of the best selling compact sedan in the market. It competes with cars like Honda Amaze, Hyundai Aura, Hyundai Xcent and Ford Aspire in the segment. Dzire has been present in the market for quite some time and we currently have the third generation of the sedan in the country. The thirs gen Dzire is based on Maruti’s HEARTECT platform which makes it spacious on the inside in comparison to the older versions. Maruti Suzuki just like any other manufacturer has launched BS6 version of the Dzire sedan with some changes and here is a video that shows what all has exactly changed.
This is basically the official TV commercial of the 2020 BS6 Maruti Dzire. In comparison to the BS4 models there are minor changes in terms of styling. Starting with the front, the grille has been redesigned. The grille is now more wider and has chrome outlining to it. The fog lamp area has also been redesigned and gets a chrome garnish around that area too. Apart from that, the other major update is a dual tone alloy wheel for the top-end trim.
On the inside, the Dzire now gets a new colour driver information display, 7 inch touchscreen infotainment system with Smartplay studio feature, modern wood accent on the dashboard and a dual tone interior. The facelifted Maruti Dzire also cruise control feature which comes in handy on highways.
Talking about the engine, the earlier BS4 version of the Dzire was available with both petrol and diesel engine options. Maruti had earlier decided that they will be dumping their diesel engines when BS6 norms come in and concentrate more on petrol and CNG powered vehicles more. The facelifted BS6 Dzire now gets a 1.2 litre Dual Jet petrol that is already present in Maruti Baleno and Toyota Glanza. THe engine generates 90 Ps which makes it more powerful than that of the BS4 version.
The facelifted Dzire is available with manual or an AGS gearbox. It also offers ESP, Hill-hold function as standard in AMT versions. Price for the 2020 Maruti Dzire compact sedan now starts at Rs 5.89 lakh and go up till Rs 8.80 lakh ex-showroom. The car rivals the Honda Amaze, Hyundai Xcent, Hyundai Aura and other compact sedans sold in the Indian market. It’s a hot seller that consistently outsells its rivals. In fact, the Dzire has been India’s best selling car for many months.
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