Maruti Suzuki to Launch new Model of Swift DZire
It has been informed that in the coming months, Maruti Suzuki would be launching a compact version of Swift DZire. The car is said to be introduced by the company's Manesar plant. It is believed that the car will through ample competition to Toyota's Etios, Hyundai's Accent and Mahindra's Verito.
All those who are planning to buy the new Swift DZire should get alert as the car isn’t going to cheaper. Looking at the growing completion at the sedan segment it was become necessary for the firm to launch its new car.
The new car would be characterized in the small car category and thus would qualify for lower excise duty of 10%. The Managing Executive Officer of Maruti Suzuki India, Mayank Pareek said, “We have invested a lot on the new DZire. It is on a brand new platform. There are at least 150 new features compared to the existing DZire and it is unlikely that the new one will be priced lesser”.
The new model would be available in both petrol and diesel version. It has been informed that the petrol version would have 1.2 litre engine and the diesel version will have 1.3 litre engine. It has been informed that the company together with its vendors has invested Rs 230 crore for the creation of the new model.
It has been informed that the trade of existing model will continue for some time and later on the new model would alone be available. The officials of the company have informed that the mid and top variants of the existing DZire would be recalled after the new model has been launched.
The DZire was launched in 2008, and till then about 3.2 lakh units of it have been sold. However, at present the DZire is facing a waiting period of three to four months, which the company manufacturers would be dealing with shortly.
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