Maruti Suzuki is India’s largest passenger car manufacturer in the country with a wide range of vehicles on offer. Almost al the vehicles in their line up have been updated to meet the new BS6 emission norms. Latest car from the brand to join this fleet is the most selling compact sedan Dzire. It recently received a minor changes as part of the BS6 transition. Even though Maruti has announced the price and officially launched the car, it is yet to reach the dealerships or yet to be seen of the roads because of the chaos created by the Corona Virus across the country.
Maruti Suzuki has now come with an option where the customer can actually configure the car as per his or her choice online without physically going to the dealership. This is made possible with Maruti Suzuki’s online configurator that helps customer decide the colour, trim and accessories to be included in the car. The configurator gives a 360 degree view of the whole car both from the outside and inside. The online configurator gives the customer an impression on how the car will look like in a particular colour or with some set of acccessories. This will help eliminate all the confusion in customers mind that would otherwise be present if the customer will be going to the dealership.
The facelifted BS6 Maruti Dzire gets a number of minor changes on the outside like a revised grille that is wider than before. A new design to the bumper and the fog lamp area along with chrome garnish around them. The zire BS6 gets a new set of 15 inch dual tone alloy wheels that give it an upmarket feel. Apart from these minor changes nothing else has changed in the Dzire on the outside.
Inside, the Maruti Dzire gets colour multi information display on the instrument cluster, touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control and other features like reverse parking camera, sensors and airbags. ESC and Hill Hold Assist come as standard in the AMT version. The Maruti Dzire will no longer get a diesel engine and will be available with a petrol engine only. The BS6 version gets a 1.2 litre dual jet engine found in Baleno. It now generates 90 PS of power which is more than the BS4 version. The price for the BS6 Maruti Dzire now starts at Rs 5.89 lakh ex-showroom. The car’s deliveries will begin once the lockdown ends.