2017 Maruti Suzuki Dzire – Ownership Review

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I bought the 2017 Maruti Suzuki Dzire on June 8th 2017. My car is in the VXi variant, which is the mid-level trim with a petrol engine. I have driven the car for around 400 km. While it is too early for a detailed ownership review, here’s my short user review of the new Dzire after a month of ownership.

2017 Maruti Dzire ownership review

Things I Love

• Large boot space & legroom with rear AC vent. Big improvement from previous-gen model

• Steering mounted audio & bluetooth controls look and feel nice to operate

• Height adjustable driver’s seat & comfortable rear seats

• Sound quality & infotainment system

• New design of the steering wheel. Gives a fresh air to the cabin

• Standard safety features like ABS with EBD & airbags on all variants

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New Maruti Dzire vxi grey

Things I Don’t Like

• No rear defogger

• No cup holder near front left AC vent. The previous-gen model had one which could be used to keep a can of cold drink cool

• Manual AC (on the VXi variant). The knobs and buttons lack in quality as well as fit and finish

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Maruti Dzire 2017 VXi front

Ownership Mileage

• City: 14 to 16 km/l

• Highways: 16 to 18 km/l

The Dzire petrol gets a 1.2-litre, four-cylinder VVT petrol engine. This is essentially the same engine that was found on the previous-gen model. However, with the third-generation Maruti Dzire 2017, the company has managed to reduce the weight of the car. This has helped in improving the car’s performance as well as fuel economy. As a result, the 2017 Dzire petrol has an official fuel economy figure of 22 km/l (ARAI approved). However, practical world mileage ranges from 14 to 16 km/h in the city and 16 to 18 km/l on the highways.

2017 Maruti Dzire interiors user image

2 thoughts on “2017 Maruti Suzuki Dzire – Ownership Review

  • October 5, 2017 at 4:20 PM

    Few other points worth considering if anyone is willing to buy new Dzire. I own one and I can bet this car has the worst build quality, poor paint quality and very thin glass on doors. Safety is clearly compromised to reduce weight.

    • October 5, 2017 at 5:26 PM

      This is really sad to hear. Even we were apalled to see that Maruti has further reduced the weight of the Dzire for the new-gen model, when the predecessor itself scored low on quality!


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