2015 Maruti Dzire (facelift) top-end ZDi variant shows all the new features – Video

Posted on: Feb 20, 2015 - 9:49am IST

New features identical to those seen on the Swift facelift. 

Below is a video of the top-end 2015 Maruti Dzire (facelift) ZDi variant, which summarizes the list of new features seen on the compact sedan.

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On the outside, the top-end Dzire facelift gets newly-designed alloy wheels and reverse parking sensors as new features. Maruti has also equipped the car with keyless entry, and the key fob gets a button to open the bootlid as well.

The Dzire facelift seen here sports a new body color, and Maruti is expected to introduce at least three new shades on the compact sedan.

To recap the cosmetic changes, the Dzire facelift gets smoked headlights, a new chrome grille, a newly-designed front bumper with chrome enclosures for the foglights, new alloy wheels, or new wheel covers in case of the VXi/VDi variants, and a new rear bumper which does without the foglight.

2015 Maruti Dzire facelift ZDi front spied
The Dzire facelift has started arriving at dealerships with a launch expected anytime now.

Inside, electrically-adjustable and folding wing mirrors, a Bluetooth-enabled music system, buttons on the steering wheel for answering and ending phone calls, an engine starter button and a power socket for the rear are among the new features on offer.

Also read: Maruti Ciaz, Ertiga facelift to get Start-Stop system

Prices are reported to range from INR 5.07-7.81 lakhs, ex-Showroom, New Delhi. A formal announcement is expected anytime now.

2015 Maruti Dzire (facelift) ZDi – Image Gallery

2015 Maruti Dzire (facelift) VDi – Image Gallery

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2 thoughts on “2015 Maruti Dzire (facelift) top-end ZDi variant shows all the new features – Video

  1. SwiftAdmirer says:

    Is there a similar rear power socket in Swift 2015 also?

  2. Dr. Nayak says:

    Not only the facelift sucks (are they trying to copy the copier? [Honda]), but lacks modern
    look due to the absence of DRL.


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