Maruti Suzuki Launches Swift Dzire Limited Edition For Rs 6.86 Lakh On Road Delhi - Overdrive
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Maruti Suzuki launches Swift Dzire limited edition for Rs 6.86 lakh on road Delhi

10 Mar 2014 / 0

Maruti has launched a limited edition Swift Dzire LDiX just days before the expected launch of its competitor Hyundai Xcent. The car is priced at Rs 6.86 lakh (on-road, Delhi) and is available only on the base diesel variant.

As the name suggests, it is basically the Maruti Dzire LDi, which is currently priced at Rs 6.61 lakh (on road, Delhi), with a number of additional features that are rare in the price segment.

Maruti Swift Dzire LDiX

Maruti Swift Dzire LDiX

The special edition Dzire will get 12 extra features including a music system with CD and AUX capability as well as front and rear speakers and tweeters. Other added features will include power windows, remote central locking, fog lamps in bumper, anti-theft system, passenger side vanity mirror, body coloured side mirrors with integrated turn indicators and day/night internal rear view mirror.

These features put the Dzire LDiX more at par with the premium Dzire VDi which costs Rs 7.6 lakh on road, Delhi.

Power come from the same 1.3-litre Multijet diesel engine as in the Dzire LDi which produces 75PS of max power and 190Nm of peak torque. The power plant is mated to a five-speed manual transmission.

Maruti is also giving exchange bonus of Rs 15,000, corporate discount of Rs 1,500 and a loyalty bonus of Rs 10,000 for the 2014 model as well as other special offers aimed at clearing the stock of its 2013 models.

Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire LDiX: How much will you save

Part NameMRP (Rs.)
Total49,439
Dzire Front Fog Lamp3,850
Turn Signal Lamp3,990
Rear Power Window6,100
Front Power Window7,300
Security system LXI6,490
Integrated Audio with CD/USB/Tuner/Bluetooth14,990
Speakers - Front1,990
Speaker- Rear1,990
Tweeter233
Day & Night IRVM511
Passenger Side Vanity Mirror295
Wheel Cover1,700
Source: Maruti's Delhi dealer


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