Check out the deals and discounts available on Maruti Dzire during June 2020. The discounts are for the latest (facelift) model as well as the older (pre-facelift) version.
With the lockdown slowly receding, the Indian auto industry is trying to slowly regain all lost momentum. Maruti Suzuki India Limited is offering discounts on its cars to help attract buyers. Maruti Dzire, the best-selling sedan in the Indian car market, is also being offered with some seriously attractive deals.
The 2020 Maruti Dzire (facelift) is being offered with a cash discount of Rs. 15,000, along with an additional bonus of Rs. 25,000 and a corporate discount of Rs. 3,000. Thus, the maximum available discount here is Rs. 43,000. There is an even better deal available on the pre-facelift version! It gets a cash discount worth Rs. 20,000, an exchange bonus of Rs. 25,000, and a corporate discount of Rs. 3,000. For the Delhi NCR region, there is an additional retail offer of Rs. 5,000.
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The 2020 Maruti Dzire (facelift model) is powered by a 1.2-litre, inline-4, naturally aspirated, ‘K-series Dualjet’ petrol engine, which can generate a maximum power and a peak torque of 90 PS and 113 Nm, respectively. It is offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard while a 5-speed AMT automatic is also available as an option. As for the pre-facelift Dzire, it had the same’ K-series’ 1.2-litre engine, but without the Dualjet tech. The maximum power is slightly lower, at 83 PS, but the peak torque figure is the same at 113 Nm. Transmission options are the same as the facelift model- a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT.
Previously, there was a diesel engine option available in the (pre-facelift) Maruti Dzire, but it was discontinued before the BS6 emission norms came into effect. With the rising costs of manufacturing diesel powerplant for the BS6 era, the price of diesel cars would have increased massively, thus turning away many potential buyers. Also, the sale of small, diesel-powered passenger cars had declined heavily over the past year. Thus, the rise in cost might have further disrupted sales. As such, the entire Maruti line-up, including the Dzire, is now exclusively petrol-powered.