Maruti Suzuki 2017 Swift Dzire found before the Official Reveal

Maruti Suzuki 2017 Swift Dzire Spy picture are found that indicate the official launch is near so now the picture is clear  this a production ready  2017 Swift Dzire . Maruti work earlier on the next gen Swift Dzire before the launching of next gen Swift it means 2017 Swift Dzire is most important for Maruti beacuse it is a highest selling product and it is a third gen of Swift Dzire.

2017 Swift Dzire                                                                                                                 2017 Swift

In term of Design the 2017 Swift Dzire front is almost similar to next gen swift with some changes like front grill design bottom bumper different along with the fog lamp so that element make  Swift Dzire  from Base of  next gen Swift and rear design is most identical to previous gen  Swift Dzire but it  have some   improvement to  make  more  curvy  shape rather then the straight line shape and the head light is similar to the next gen swift   but the tail light got sharper shape then the previous gen  Swift Dzire and we get two  variant picture one is below to top end variant and one is top end variant which is show 2017 Swift Dzire get some stylish element like DRL light and  black smoke head light.

The interior has gained updates as well but it only borrows some design elements from the new generation Swift than we initially thought. In short, the cabin and dashboard look completely different and unique and have certainly gone more premium that it currently is. We expected to see equipment upgrade and added safety in response to the increasing competition but Maruti seems to have dished out something even more appealing and upmarket and feature rich. The new Dzire dons a redesigned multi-function flat-bottom sporty steering wheel with mounted controls taken from the upcoming Swift, a dual-pod instrument cluster with new digital MID and the dashboard comes in new guise.

The 2017 Swift Dzire got  1.2-litre K-series petrol engine will continue to produce a maximum power output of 83 bhp at 6,000 rpm and 115 Nm peak torque delivered at 4,000 rpm. It is mated to either a five-speed manual as standard or a four-speed automatic that can be bought as an option. Sending power to the front wheels, the manual transmission is responsible for claimed fuel economy of 20.85 kmpl while the AT returns a rated mileage of 18.50 kmpl. Advertisement On the other hand, the reliable 1.3-litre DDiS diesel mill develops 74 bhp at 4,000 rpm and 190 Nm at 2,000 rpm. Driving the front wheels is through a five-speed manual or a five-speed AMT. The ARAI certified fuel consumption stands in an identical manner at 26.59 kmpl for both transmission options.




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