2015 Maruti Swift Dzire launched at INR 5.07 lakhs, gets 13% more mileage [Update]

Posted on: Feb 24, 2015 - 3:12am IST

Update – New images added.

Gets 4 new exterior colours.

Maruti Suzuki has launched the 2015 Maruti Dzire (facelift) at INR 5.07 lakh – 6.80 lakh for petrol variants and INR 5.99 lakh – 7.81 lakh for the diesel variants (ex-showroom Delhi).

2015 Maruti Swift Dzire front three quarters official pic
Prices range between INR 5.07 – 6.80 lakhs for the petrol variants and INR 5.99 – 7.81 lakhs for the diesel variants (ex-showroom Delhi).

On the outside, the vehicle gets a new bumper, restyled headlamps with smoked innards, chrome grille, chrome lined fog lamp housing, and new design alloy wheels, and power folding ORVMs with turn indicators. The sub-4 meter sedan will be available in four new colours taking the palette to a total of seven paint options, namely Alp Blue, Cave Black, Magma Grey, Sangria Red, Pearl Arctic White, Silky Silver, and Prime Pacific Blue (the last three being old shades).

2015 Maruti Swift Dzire studio image

The update hasn’t left the interior ignored, either. MSIL mentions the use of new upholstery, presence of accessory socket at both front and rear, multifunction steering wheel with audio and Bluetooth controls on it. There’s also a push button start, reverse parking sensors, and remote bootlid opener, as reported earlier.

Engine options for the 2015 Dzire continue to be the 1.3-litre DDiS (Fiat) diesel engine that makes 75 PS at 4,000 rpm and 190 Nm of torque at 2,000 rpm; and a 1.2-litre K-series VVT petrol unit that now makes  84.3 PS at 6,000 rpm and 115 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm (lower power and higher torque than the outgoing model). A 5-speed gearbox comes standard on both units, while a 4-speed automatic gearbox is available with the petrol.

Claimed to be the most fuel efficient sedan in India, the Dzire facelift returns a fuel economy of 26.59 km/l on diesel, which is an improvement of 13 per cent over the previous model; and 20.85 km/l on petrol, which is an improvement of over 9 per cent (both figures ARAI certified).

(2015) Maruti Dzire facelift grille spotted at dealer yard
Powered by the same engines as before, but the diesel is claimed to deliver 26.59 km/l while the petrol is claimed do 20.85 km/l.

Also read: Maruti’s K10 engine to get turbocharging for YRA hatchback duty

Talking of trims, there are eight in total: four for petrol including an Automatic-gearbox equipped variant, and three in diesel. The improvement in fuel efficiency is due to the increased compression ratio in petrol engine, while in case of the diesel, it’s down to the use an an advanced thermal management system, low friction engine oil, and improved fuel injection system, says the company.

You can get further info from the brochure scans and press release below.

New Maruti Swift Dzire – Prices

Fuel typeVariantEx showroom Delhi prices in Rs lakhsFuel typeVariantEx showroom Delhi prices in Rs lakhs
PetrolLXi507,883DieselLDi599,523
LXi (O)520,147VDi685,097
VXi585,000ZDi781,000
ZXi680,000

New Maruti Swift Dzire – Brochure scans, studio images

2015 Maruti Swift Dzire – Image Gallery

New Maruti Swift Dzire – Press Release

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3 thoughts on “2015 Maruti Swift Dzire launched at INR 5.07 lakhs, gets 13% more mileage [Update]

  1. Rahul Kate says:

    But it looks uglier than ever…

    Reply
    1. SREENIVASARAO says:

      So.. U don’t buy it then…

      Reply
    2. samy says:

      Well maruti suzuki is known for its mileage… Rest on looks it was always uglier..before nd now..i would rather buy a car with gud looks..nd i dnt care if dat car gives me less mileage..

      Reply

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