Maruti Suzuki Dzire is hands down India’s most popular sub-4 meter compact sedan. Over the course of the last 12 months, Maruti Suzuki Dzire has enjoyed 5-digit sales figures against its competitors like Hyundai Accent, Tata Zest, and Volkswagen Ameo. The next generation of the compact sedan was recently launched in India with a completely new Heartect platform and was an instant hit. Along with factors like wide service network and brand popularity, there are several other factors which account for Maruti Suzuki Dzire’s popularity. Even though over the course of years the company has carried on with what may be considered obsolete mechanical components, the car’s popularity seems to be on a consistent rise. This can be attributed to the fact that Maruti Suzuki Dzire’s complete package is very competitively priced.
If someone is looking for a compact sedan which will also be capable of taking on duties for the family, then one must not look any further than the all-new Maruti Suzuki Dzire. The car is available in 14 variants, seven petrol, and seven diesel models. The car is also offered with AMT gearboxes on three petrol variants and two diesel variants which makes it ideal for both cities as well as long-distance commuting. A compact sedan used by family usually sees a long life of operation and during its tenure, it also gets subjected to substantial wear and tears. Maruti has maintained very competitive pricing for the spare parts of the all-new compact sedan and it should not come as a surprise that this has also attributed to its high sales figures.
Some of the most common damages to the car during city commuting is bumper collisions or fender benders. To add convenience to retail of spare parts, the company has priced bumpers and fenders very reasonably. one can buy a front bumper for Rs. 2,262 and left or right fender for Rs. 1,472 from an authorized Maruti dealer. The competitive pricing is not only limited to the plastic spare parts. From an authorized Maruti Suzuki dealer, one can buy a front windshield for Rs. 4525 including taxes and a headlight for Rs. 3,393 including taxes.
The price for the base model of Maruti Suzuki Dzire starts at Rs. 5.56 lakh and the top-end model features a price tag of Rs. 9.43 lakh (Both prices are Ex-showroom, New Delhi). The car gets the same 1.3-liter diesel engine which has been carried forward from the first generation Swift and produces 73.75bhp of power and 190Nm of torque. The diesel model is offered with a claimed ARAI fuel economy of 28 kmpl. The petrol variant is powered by 1.2-litre, 81.08bhp 113Nm torque engine which gets an ARAI acclaimed fuel economy of 26 kmpl.