Maruti Swift Dzire facelift to see the light of day soon

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Added in: Maruti Suzuki

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We told you earlier that the new facelift Swift hatchback will be launched and now it’s the turn of its elder sibling, the Swift Dzire to follow suit. The official revealing is still some time away but you can be sure that the Swift Dzire will come out in to the open wearing a new suit. As with most new cars these days, the Maruti Swift Dzire facelift will be adorned with enough chrome trimmings to keep most Indian buyers happy.

But there are some other changes, too. These can be noticed right up-front and the individual wouldn’t miss the different front nose which houses a distinct grille with a prominent horizontal bar of chrome with the Suzuki emblem right below it. Going further down you will also see a different bumper which appears more meaty now and has a thicker air-dam. Flanking these grilles on either sides are a pair of fog lamps which have their own decent application of chrome garnish to provide company. We also expect to see Maruti giving the new Dzire facelift a more snazzy headlight setup which will be tinted. It won’t be wrong to assume that the company will bring out fresh shades of colours for this car.

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The outgoing Swift Dzire.

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The interiors of the facelift Dzire are to mostly remain the same as the current iteration.

We expect Maruti to keep the interiors of the facelift car almost identical to the current Dzire. But, we also expect them to equip the top-end versions with all the bells and whistles that the facelift Swift hatchback is to get. These may well include the start/stop system, reverse parking sonar, better music system and electrically-operated wing mirrors. How much of these actually make their way into the Swift Dzire facelift is yet to be seen.

Mechanically, the new car will feature some improvements made on the Swift hatchback facelift which will hit the showrooms, soon. And under the bonnet, the compact sedan will carry forward its current petrol and diesel engines, but these engines have been tuned further to make them even more frugal. Maruti says that the engines in the facelift Swift hatchback are 10% more efficient and this will most likely be the case with the Swift Dzire facelift, too. Keep following Motoroids to know more about this story and many others.

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