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Old 8th October 2017, 19:55   #136
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Firstly, the mudflaps are factory fitted, as confirmed by BHPian sree5999, and it can also be seen in the images below. They are taken in the factory itself, and mudflaps are clearly seen.
Thanks Sashi. I have already told the dealer that it is part of the factory fitment itself.
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Secondly, the dealers club many parts as kits, but they can be individually taken too. Every single accessory has a different part number. Don't fall for what the dealer says.
I'm actually trying to find out the part number of the accessories. Is there an online source from where I can get them? I'm fighting tooth and nail with the RM on accessories. Will post the outcome here.
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Thanks Sashi. I have already told the dealer that it is part of the factory fitment itself.
Just received a confirmation from one trusted Sales person I know: Mudflaps come factory fitted in the New Dzire. Absolutely no reason to be in doubt here.

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I'm actually trying to find out the part number of the accessories. Is there an online source from where I can get them?
Have asked a person I know to send me the accessories price and part number list of the new Dzire. You can also do one thing- Take just the car from the showroom. Once the accessories list comes, you can order all accessories which you need from your MASS or MGP stockist by quoting the part numbers.

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Dzire September numbers out = 34305!
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Maruti Suzuki India Limited is undertaking a Service Campaign for new Dzire to inspect for a possible fault in the rear wheel hub.
Hi All,

Verified the above link and found that my car does not need any rear wheel hub replacement. However I have got a call today from Varun Hyderabad to get my wheel hub replaced.
Suggest all to check with the dealer and confirm.

Can anyone please confirm if fog lamps are available from Maruti as an accessory for the new Dzire. I have been following up with the dealer from June and still did not get any update on it.

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I am thinking of upgrading from my Punto Evo 1.2 Active to Automatic. The new Dzire with AGS sounds very good. Did a test drive yesterday came out really impressed with the way it drives, glides on potholes (which bangalore roads are full of these days), good rear leg room as well.

I really hated the looks of Dzire when it came out first. but the 2017 version looks awesome especially in ZXi+ variant with DRL and Projector headlamps. Blue color looks yummy!

After driving, Jazz V CVT, Ford Figo AT this dzire test drive was very impressive. i am seriously thinking of Dzire now. OTR in Bangalore is 10L so now its up to the home minister
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Maruti Suzuki India Limited is undertaking a Service Campaign for new Dzire to inspect for a possible fault in the rear wheel hub.
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Its a silent recall for rear wheel bearing replacement of all new Dezire cars.
Big thanks to Arup Jyoti Hazarika for sharing these.


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Search for Boodmo in play store.

Use this App mainly for part numbers of spares. Prices are haphazard.
Found this on Boodmo:



Is this the auto dimming IRVM used in Baleno Zeta and Alpha? Boodmo says this is applicable for Baleno and S Cross only, which I believe are the only Maruti cars that have an auto dimming IRVM, so I'm assuming this is indeed the part I'm looking for. And more importantly, I'm hoping this will fit in the Dzire (don't see a reason why).

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Found one more. Now super confused as to which of these is the normal one and which is the auto dimming one



I'm assuming it's the latter because that is more expensive

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Found this on Boodmo::
Hey buddy, images haven't been attached. Can you reattach it?
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Hey buddy, images haven't been attached. Can you reattach it?
Er, somehow I'm able to see the images!! But let me try again.
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Over 95,000 Units Of The New Maruti Suzuki Dzire Sold In Less Than 5 Months! One of Maruti Suzuki's most successful car in recent times.

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Maruti Suzuki India launched the new-gen Dzire in May 2017, and less then 5 months the company has launched over 95,000 units of the car in the country. Current waiting period for the car has reached almost up to 3 month.
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I took a TD of the AMT dzire and came back impressed !! Having driven two Marutis before over 1.5L kms, i guess i could predict the way AMT shifts worked and though the lag was felt, it was definitely faster than me shifting manually. Also tried the manual mode and worked pretty decent for this segment(Hardly any alternatives in this price point for Diesel automatic)

Sales guy was quoting the Petrol AMT to give 17-18kmpl in Bangalore traffic and 20kmpl on highways. For Diesel he claimed 18-20kmpl in city and 22-24kmpl on highways. Is this really true ?

I Started with a requirement of Diesel Automatic(Monthly usage of 2000+kms) and hardly any choice in 10-15Lakhs
My confusion now is, should i save that extra 1.3L and go for Petrol AMT, I would be more than happy if the car gives 15+ kmpl in city
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For 2k monthly usage, save up for diesel AMT.
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I took a TD of the AMT dzire and came back impressed !! Having driven two Marutis before over 1.5L kms, i guess i could predict the way AMT shifts worked and though the lag was felt, it was definitely faster than me shifting manually. Also tried the manual mode and worked pretty decent for this segment(Hardly any alternatives in this price point for Diesel automatic)

Sales guy was quoting the Petrol AMT to give 17-18kmpl in Bangalore traffic and 20kmpl on highways. For Diesel he claimed 18-20kmpl in city and 22-24kmpl on highways. Is this really true ?

I Started with a requirement of Diesel Automatic(Monthly usage of 2000+kms) and hardly any choice in 10-15Lakhs
My confusion now is, should i save that extra 1.3L and go for Petrol AMT, I would be more than happy if the car gives 15+ kmpl in city
Why don't you look at the ameo TDI dsg??
Comfortline and highline options to suit budgets, way faster than the dzire and much more sophisticated.
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Why don't you look at the ameo TDI dsg??
Comfortline and highline options to suit budgets, way faster than the dzire and much more sophisticated.
What about the boot? Hardly anything. Though dzire was not the best, I felt it ticks the boxes in the segment

My budget can stretch till 15l, new verna too on the radar. 6AT and 1.6l engine is no match but it also comes with 5L Premium
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What about the boot? Hardly anything. Though dzire was not the best, I felt it ticks the boxes in the segment

My budget can stretch till 15l, new verna too on the radar. 6AT and 1.6l engine is no match but it also comes with 5L Premium
Once you drive the 2 back to back, the difference will make you forget the boot.
Just try and imagine-
7 speed dsg VS AMT
110hp Vs 75
Flat bottom steering
Cruise control
More comprehensive MID
Solid build quality
15k service interval
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