Maruti Suzuki Dzire 2017 Launched Priced between Rs 5.45 – 9.4 Lakh

Maruti is one of the trusted car manufacturers in India, and now the company has recently launched it’s all new Maruti Suzuki Dzire 2017 model in India. The car has spanned the reservations of 44,000 units within days of its launch. With the overwhelming success, the waiting period of the sedan has stretched between 8 – 10 weeks.

The new released Maruti Suzuki Dzire 2017 model is 40mm wider, 40mm shorter in height and gets a 20mm longer wheelbase. The boot area has increased to 378 liters, which is 62 liters more than before. The ground clearance on the new model has gone down by 7mm.  The new Maruti Suzuki Dzire 2017 comes with either the 1.2-litre petrol engine or the 1.3-litre diesel.

It has a 5-speed manual or 5-speed automated manual transmission (AMT). The petrol engine can deliver up to 22.0kmpl and the diesel engine, with either of the transmissions, can deliver of 28.4kmpl. These make the new Dzire the most fuel efficient than the old version.

One of the most consistently high-selling models for the company in the nation, bookings for the new Dzire was opened earlier this month in a token amount of Rs 11,000. The company has stated that the response has been strong because of what is on offer.

New Maruti DZire 2017

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The new Dzire prices start at Rs. 5.45 Lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). The new Dzire diesel returns a max. Mileage of more than 28 KMPL, making it the most fuel-efficient car in India. The new Dzire currently controls a waiting period of almost 4 months, at least for Z+ trimming. The ZDI+ Diesel and the ZXI AGS are the ones that command the maximum period.

New Maruti DZire 2017 Specifications

  • Mileage – 28.40 kmpl
  • Service Cost – Rs 5,310 /Yr
  • Engine – 1248 cc
  • BHP – 74
  • A/C – Yes
  • Power – SteeringYes
  • Central Lock – Yes
  • Brake Assist – Yes
  • Duration – 5 years
  • EMI – Rs 18,164

Being the more popular version, the compact sedan derivative was launched much before the new Swift hatchback. The new Dzire gets more features and provides a greater average mileage. Later on, it just may also get the 1.0 L Turbocharged Boosterjet engine.

New Maruti DZire 2017

New 2017 Maruti Dzire Mileage
Petrol Upto 22 KMPL
Diesel Upto 28.4 KMPL

New Maruti DZire 2017 Price in India

Variant Price (ex-showroom, New Delhi)
LXi INR 5.45 lakhs
VXi INR 6.29 lakhs
ZXi INR 7.05 lakhs
ZXi+ INR 7.94 lakhs
VXi AGS INR 6.76 lakhs
ZXi AGS INR 7.52 lakhs
ZXi+ AGS INR 8.41 lakhs
LDi INR 6.45 lakhs
VDi INR 7.29 lakhs
ZDi INR 8.05 lakhs
ZDi+ INR 8.94 lakhs
VDi AGS INR 7.76 lakhs
ZDi AGS INR 8.52 lakhs
ZDi+ AGS INR 9.41 lakhs

The purchase price reduction is a result of the implementation of GST that came into force on July 1, 2017. Maruti Suzuki formally announced the revised prices that have been reduced by around 3\%. While SHVS versions of Ciaz and Ertiga have seen a sharp jump in prices, MSI is yet to disclose prices for Eeco, Gypsy and Omni models.

Engine Mileage
Petrol in City 14 km/l
Patrol on Highway 18 km/l
Diesel in city 17 km/l
Diesel on Highway

Currently, in its third generation, the new Dzire has obtained radical aesthetic changes to the exterior. Insides are more upmarket and better packaged with a range of fresh in-cabin tech. What’s more, the car has even dropped the Swift badge, and it includes the same 1.2-litre petrol and 1.3-litre diesel engines that were used in the predecessor. While the 5-speed manual and AMT units are carried forward from the previous version, the diesel variants are also offered with the AMT gearbox that restricted to the petrol line-up.

Concerning features, the subcompact sedan receives new technology that makes it safer and more desirable. It has infotainment system supported by Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and MirrorLink. Also, there’s an auto climate control; leather-wrapped steering and flat-bottom steering wheel. Read — 2017 Maruti Suzuki Celerio To Launch This Festive Season.

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