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2015 Maruti Swift Dzire ZXi (Left) and the Swift Dzire VDi (Right).
The updated Swift Dzire sees no sheet-metal change however minor cosmetic updates do make it look fresh.
The updated Swift Dzire's rear styling sees an all-new bumper and a slightly thicker chrome strip on the bootlid.
The grille is all new with a thick chrome band for V and Z trims.
The bumper now comes with chrome accents around the fog lamp enclosures in the top two trims.
The Swift Dzire's taillamp carries over from the pre-facelift model.
Top-spec trims get rear parking sensors as standard.
Also standard on the top trims is keyless entry and go.
The V and the Z trims now come with power folding wing mirrors.
The Dzire ZXi and ZDi come with a push-button start.
Also standard on the V and the Z trim is a 12V power socket for the rear passenger located between the front seats.
The Dzire ZXi and ZDi come with a music system with Bluetooth connectivity for music and calling. Climate control is standard on these trims as well.
Steering mounted audio-controls standard on top-trims. Note Bluetooth telephony controls.
The Dzire V trims now feature the same music system as the top variants sans Bluetooth option.
The Dzire V trims get 14-inch steel wheels with new-design wheelcaps.
Dzire V trims come with a chrome strip on the boot but no parking sensors on offer. Lower trims come with a black strip instead of chrome.
The headlamp inserts are now black for V and Z trims. The base trims continue with the pre-facelift units.
The Swift Dzire petrol comes with a 1.2-litre K12 motor which is now more fuel efficient.
The diesel powerplant is the popular 1.3-litre MultiJet unit.
Swift Dzire Z trim key fob (left) and Dzire V trim keys.
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