New 2012 Swift Dzire Gallery

New Dzire is 165mm shorter than the current saloon and is based on the all-new Swift. Checkout our exclusive gallery.

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The all-new Swift Dzire is slated for Feb 1 launch.

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  • The all-new Swift Dzire is slated for Feb 1 launch.
  • This sub-four-metre saloon now enjoys excise benefits.
  • New Dzire is 165mm shorter than the current saloon.
  • Cabin design is identical to the Swift’s though the use of beige plastics on the lower portion of the dashboard and door pads enhance the ambience inside.
  • Rear-seat comfort is decent but the backrest is a tad too reclined.
  • Two engine options – an 86bhp, 1.2-litre petrol and 74bhp, 1.3-litre diesel.
  • At 316-litres, the new Dzire
  • The new Dzire also gets a four-speed automatic transmission on the petrol model.
  • The front gets a slatted grille while the bumper features a wider air dam and larger enclosures for the fog lights.
  • The new Dzire looks more a notchback than a proper saloon.
  • The Dzire shares suspension hardware with the Swift, though the rear has been tuned for comfort.
  • Automatic gearbox available only in the middle-level VXi trim.
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