New Maruti Dzire bookings cross 33,000 - Waiting 3 months

New Maruti Dzire bookings cross 33,000 – Waiting 3 months

India is the first country to get the all new generation Maruti DZire sedan. Maruti has received over 33,000 bookings, while the waiting period stands at over 3 months.


The India-spec Maruti DZire made its global debut last month. Based on the new generation platform, new DZire is longer, wider, shorter, and lighter than the outgoing variant. It gets the same set of engines mated to manual transmissions. You also have the option of opting for AMT gearbox.

The new DZire is based on Suzuki’s new global compact car platform which benefits from a strengthened floor pan. Apart from getting a complete design makeover, the new DZire also gets a thorough update on the inside. New dashboard, more comfortable seats, hi-res MID, dual pod instrument console with aluminium insert on the rim, more legroom, and much more.

New Maruti Dzire Petrol Price and Variants

LXi ManualINR 5.45 lakh
VXi ManualINR 6.29 lakh
ZXi ManualINR 7.05 lakh
ZXi+ ManualINR 7.94 lakh
VXi AMTINR 6.76 lakh
ZXi AMTINR 7.52 lakh
ZXi+ AMTINR 8.41 lakh

New Maruti Dzire Diesel Price and Variants

LDi ManualINR 6.45 lakh
VDi ManualINR 7.29 lakh
ZDi ManualINR 8.05 lakh
ZDi+ ManualINR 8.94 lakh
VDi AMTINR 7.76 lakh
ZDi AMTINR 8.52 lakh
ZDi+ AMTINR 9.41 lakh

Longer, wider, shorter and lighter than the older DZire, engine options on offer are a 1.2 liter petrol engine and a 1.3 liter diesel engine. Both are mated to a five speed amt. You also have the option of AMT. Mileage claimed stands at 22 kmpl for petrol variant, while 28.4 kmpl for diesel variant. This makes the new DZire India’s most fuel efficient car.

The next-gen Maruti Dzire will be manufactured at the company’s Manesar plant in Haryana. Along with this, the car is also expected to enter production at their new plant in Becharaji, Gujarat. The new plant is a wholly owned by Japanese parent company Suzuki which has invested INR 2,500 crore on the project.

Swift and Dzire together generate over 30,000 units of sales for Maruti Suzuki India. This in spite of the fact that many new cars have been launched in the segment. The much needed new generation variants will give Maruti Suzuki an even platform to compete with new age rivals.

Reports suggest that Maruti has asked its vendors to make new investments and expand capacity to keep pace with the growth rate. The small car specialist is confident of meeting its target of selling 2 million units a year by 2020. Meeting the target would require increasing the production capacity significantly. The Gujarat plant is expected to receive another INR 2,500 crore investment in 2018-19 so that it can enter the second phase of operations.