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Old 20th April 2019, 21:59   #121
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Took a longish TD of the New 1.5L Diesel Ciaz
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The refinement is shocking
I thought it was a paid promotion by Autocar when they said refinement levels are as good as Hyundai 1.6 CRDI. Guess I am wrong after reading your feedback. Maruti has put in a lot of effort here.

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Autocar India's claim of this being the fastest midsize sedan looks possible.
Too hard to believe this. Verna 1.6 CRDI does 0-100 in 9.32 seconds. How could 95 PS Ciaz better it ? Curious to see the timings, hope Autocar didn't forget Verna.

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I won't comment on how quick it is, will leave that for Dr. Naren to time it.


I have given my Dragy to a friend in Kerala. Let me see if I can time the car using Torque Pro app, it's pretty accurate.

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Beefed up firewall insulation. This stuff looked thicker compared to the other Marutis
Yes, it's thick and present in S-Cross too

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Old 20th April 2019, 23:19   #122
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hope Autocar didn't forget Verna.
Quite possible, maybe they only considered 1.5L diesels, as it is the norm of the segment, Verna being an exception. Expecting it to be at par with Aspire at the max (low weight and close to 100ps power).

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6. Tappet cover is made of plastic.
Another look at the engine, without its cover:

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Old 26th April 2019, 11:54   #124
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Default re: The Maruti Ciaz & Ertiga 1.5L Diesel

So I got a call from a Nexa Dealer from Bangalore asking me if I had plans to upgrade from my current Ertiga to a new one.

The fact that the call was from a Nexa dealer and not a regular dealership hints at possible launch of the 1.5L Diesel Ertiga soon?
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Old 26th April 2019, 23:35   #125
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Considering the low output of this engine, have any of the remappers developed a map for it.
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Now that Maruti had announced no more Diesel engines from 2020, wonder what happens to this one. Is it part of their Diesel cull?
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Good review. Another national engine in the making? Reliability and longevity are the only factors that need to be verified.
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Marut Suzuki Ertiga 1.5L diesel launched.

1.5-litre DDiS 225 Variants Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

VDi Rs. 9.86 lakh ZDi Rs. 10.69 lakh ZDi+ Rs. 11.20 lakh

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Marut Suzuki 1.5L diesel launched.

1.5-litre DDiS 225 Variants Price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

VDi Rs. 9.86 lakh ZDi Rs. 10.69 lakh ZDi+ Rs. 11.20 lakh
Any update on Brezza Petrol launch from your birdies?

Regards,
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Thank you volkman. Is this the Ertiga or the Brezza?

Any update on Brezza Petrol launch from your birdies?

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Press release from Maruti Suzuki, on the Ertiga 1.5(D)- 6MT launch,

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Any update on Brezza Petrol launch --
Vitara Brezza 1.5L (P) is speculated to come in early 2020.


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Old 30th April 2019, 16:33   #133
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Default re: The Maruti Ciaz & Ertiga 1.5L Diesel

I think for manual transmission lovers, buying these 1.5L BSIV engines is the best bet to protect against depreciation, what's with the increased diesel engine cost of BSVI. Curious to see some more reviews.
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Comparo done between Ertiga 1.5, Lodgy, B-RV and Marazzo by RushLane (the Tables attached miss out on details of the Lodgy, but it is compared in the article everywhere).

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Default Re: The Maruti Ciaz & Ertiga 1.5L Diesel

Ciaz 1.5L Diesel review by Motown India:


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