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Is Maruti Swift Dzire available in diesel?

Is Maruti Swift Dzire available in diesel?

No. Currently there is no diesel engine option available on Maruti Dzire.

Is Swift Dzire VDi petrol or diesel?

Key Specifications of Maruti Dzire 2017-2020 VDI

ARAI Mileage 28.4 kmpl
City Mileage 19.05 kmpl
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Displacement (cc) 1248
No. of cylinder 4

What is the price of Swift Dzire top model diesel?

Maruti Suzuki Dzire [2017-2020] VDi Summary Maruti Suzuki Dzire [2017-2020] VDi is the top model in the Dzire [2017-2020] lineup and the price of Dzire [2017-2020] top model is ₹ 7.58 Lakh.It returns a certified mileage of 28.4 kmpl.

What is the price of Swift Dzire in Bangalore?

Maruti Dzire price in Bangalore

Variants On-Road Price
Dzire LXI Rs. 7.32 Lakh*
Dzire VXI AT Rs. 9.21 Lakh*
Dzire ZXI AT Rs. 10.01 Lakh*
Dzire VXI Rs. 8.62 Lakh*

Is Swift Dzire diesel discontinued?

Maruti Suzuki Dzire diesel variant has been discontinued in India. The 2020 Dzire facelift model was launched recently featuring a host of design changes. However, the new model is no longer offered with a diesel powertrain. The 1.3-litre multijet diesel engine powering the older BS4 Dzire was sourced from Fiat.

What is meant by AGS in car?

Pioneered by Maruti Suzuki, the AGS (Auto Gear Shift) technology is an automatic transmission that uses a shift control actuator operated by the transmission ECU for automatic clutch operation and gear shifts.

Is Swift diesel discontinued?

Maruti Suzuki has officially discontinued the 1.3-litre diesel engine on their popular Swift hatchback. The popular Maruti Suzuki Swift hatchback will now be available with a single petrol engine offering, compliant with the latest BS6 emission norms.

Why were diesel engines discontinued?

The usage of expensive filters in BS-VI-compliant diesel engines and the huge money-input by the companies will result into Diesel cars getting a lot pricier, which will, eventually, lead to a steep drop in their demand. In order to curb the tailpipe emissions, India will adopt BS-VI emission norms in April 2020.

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