The Maruti Swift needs no introduction in the Indian market. Maruti Suzuki’s Swift DZire is still the highest selling compact sedan despite several new entrants in this segment. Tata Zest, Ford Figo Aspire, Hyundai XCent and the Honda Amaze are the sedans that are competing with the DZire.
The Swift sells a lot due to the brand name it has created for itself. People of all age groups, be it young or old, all of them have equal attachment for the Swift, which is one huge reason why the car is so popular in the Indian market.
The Maruti Swift is one of those vehicles who’s design hasn’t really aged, even with the passing of time. Even the first generation Swift, which was introduced in 2005 still continues to look fresh. The DZire has premium looking interiors and this is one of the key reasons to consider buying this compact sedan. The interior panels are shared with the Swift, however the DZire has black and beige combination that makes it look premium.
The Swift DZire has sufficient features that a car buyer will look at before buying. This makes it an ideal package for car buyers. The DZire after its facelift got features like keyless entry, push start and stop, reverse parking sensors, in-dash music system, bluetooth connectivity, steering mounted audio controls, rear AC vents, dual airbags and even ABS.
The highest selling fuel-type in compact sedans is petrol and DZire’s 1.2-litre K-Series petrol is the most drivable of the lot and the diesel is highly fuel-efficient one with a mileage in excess of 25km/l. The resale value of the Maruti Suzuki DZire is much higher than any of the competition. This means you lose out lesser money when you sell it, when you compare it to the competition.
Maruti currently has 3215 service points across the country located in 1566 cities where as it has 2028 sales points in 1660 cities. Talk about being nationwide.