Last year, Maruti launched the third-generation Dzire in India. The new Dzire is a big departure in terms of design compared to its predecessors and is one of the most popular cars currently on sale in India. Maruti offers a host of customization options for the third-generation Dzire compact hatchback in the form of body kits and decals. In this post, we’ll take a look at five tastefully modified Maruti Suzuki Dzire sedans that you can see on India’s roads.
This modified Maruti Dzire is the work of Kitup a popular garage based in the city of Coimbatore. This modified Dzire grabs your attention the moment you spot it thanks to its fluorescent orange body wrap.
This is actually a dual-tone colour job with the roof featuring a piano-black finish while the rest of the sedan is wrapped in the vibrant colour known as Sunset Beam Pearl. The roof also features dual sunroofs that give panoramic views of the clear skies for to those sitting inside.
The stock wheels have been ditched as well and this modified Dzire sits on 17-inch Momo alloys that give it a much better stance. The interiors too have been upgraded with the fabric seat upholstery making way for a more premium feeling leather.
Maruti launched the facelifted S-Cross crossover in India in October 2017. The crossover bought with it quite a few cosmetic upgrades including a new grille, which is the feature this modified Dzire has picked up.
The vertical slatted chrome embellished grille of the S-Cross is quite loud compared to the rather tame one found on the regular Dzire. The addition of the S-Cross grille to this Dzire gives it a rather bold look which rather suits the compact sedan.
The Dzire, even in its highest-spec form does not get leather seat upholstery and instead gets has to make do with fabric seat covers. This Dzire has been modified and updated with dual-tone orange and black diamond-stitched leather seats.
However, the changes have also meant that the headrests are now fixed instead of the adjustable units found on the stock Dzire. The centre console also features the leather trim as well. This modified Dzire also features a few stickers on the outside that give it a unique look.
Sporty Body kit
This Dzire (a VDi-spec) has been given a sporty look with an official body kit from Maruti Suzuki. The body kit adds an underbody spoiler up both at the front and the rear along with side skirts. All these parts have been painted black, which offers a contrasting effect compared to the rest of the car.
This Dzire also gets door mouldings and door visors along with a host of features including front parking sensors, rear parking camera, fog lights, a blacked-out roof and black painted alloy wheels from the Celerio. The brake callipers have also been given a new red paint scheme as well, which adds to the sporty look of this Dzire.
This is another Dzire that has been wrapped beautifully to make it stand out from the masses. This Dzire, while painted white is anything but ordinary. It features numerous decals that give it a rather unique look. The black wrapped roof features a red contrasting element and is a genuine accessory from Maruti. The bonnet features two sporty stripes made using a 3M wrap.
The front and rear bumpers feature black wrapped corner protectors. The car also features blacked-out alloy wheels with red painted callipers. Inside, the car features the infotainment system from a Baleno along with leather upholstery.
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