Maruti Suzuki India Limited
(MSIL), announced that it will offer dual airbags and ABS as an option in all
variants of Swift and DZire, including the base variant.
Price (Rs. Ex-showroom Delhi):
LXi Optional (O)
VXi AT (O)
The iconic Swift has been a
bestseller through the decade, surpassing its own records year after year.
Swift's attitude, performance and sporty looks have ensured it stays on top,
undistracted by competition.
DZire, launched in 2008, has
been India’s best-selling entry sedan for the last three years. A category
leader, DZire has helped Maruti Suzuki strengthen its presence in the entry
sedan segment. It is the only sedan in the top five in India’s passenger
Together, Swift and Dzire,
have handsomely contributed towards enhancing Maruti Suzuki’s market share in
the Indian passenger vehicle market, a company press release noted.
In FY 2014-15, Swift and DZire
maintained an average sale of over 17,000 units each per month.
R S Kalsi, Executive Director,
Marketing & Sales, MSIL, said, “Swift and DZire are two of the most popular
cars in India. Both have played an instrumental role in shaping the Indian
automobile industry. The cars are known for contemporary styling, superior
comfort, convenience features and performance. By offering driver and co-driver
airbags and anti-lock braking system (ABS) across all variants of Swift and
DZire, we want to further strengthen their popularity among customers.”
Source: Maruti Suzuki Ltd
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