Maruti launches Dzire Regal

To counter the recently launched Honda Amaze, Maruti has launched the well-equipped Dzire Regal with updates to the interiors and exteriors.

In celebration of the Dzire’s fifth anniversary, Maruti has launched the limited edition Dzire Regal. The new trim will only be available on the VXi petrol spec and comes with updates to its interiors and exteriors, with no changes to the engine options.

The Dzire Regal is available with a new Serene Blue paint shade, body graphics, a silver-finish treatment to the upper and lower grille, fog lamps and wing mirrors, parking sensors and body-coloured mud flaps.

The cabin also gets the ZXi trim's integrated audio system with tweeters and auto volume control, wood inserts on the armrests, stainless-steel door sills, beige faux leather cushions and embroidered seat covers, leather-wrapped steering wheel cover, beige floor mats and a car perfume. However, there is no auto climate control.

The updated interiors and exteriors should further the Dzire's appeal in the market and help it take on the recently launched Honda Amaze. The Dzire Regal is on sale with a price tag of Rs 5.95 lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai).

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Issue: 184 | Autocar India: December 2014

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