2023 Maruti Suzuki Dzire Tour S Launched At A Price Of Rs 6.51 Lakh
The 2023 Maruti Suzuki Dzire Tour S has been introduced by Maruti Suzuki for the Indian fleet market. The standard(O) petrol model of the small sedan costs Rs 6.51 lakh, while the standard(O) CNG variant costs Rs 7.36 lakh. The new Tour S joins the Ertiga (Tour M) and WagonR (Tour H3) models to replace the outgoing model, which was based on the second-generation Dzire. All three variants are offered for sale at commercial dealerships and Maruti Suzuki Arena.
In contrast to the past, when two versions of the automobile were offered simultaneously, the new Tour S, which is based on the third-generation Dzire, will aid Maruti with superior economies of scale.
Three color choices for the new Tour S are available: Arctic White, Midnight Black, and Silky Silver. Despite some significant alterations like the steel wheels, black door handles, and mirror caps, and the “Tour S” badging on the tailgate, the new Tour S maintains the same look as the existing Dzire.
The new Tour S is equipped with speed-sensitive door locks, manual air conditioning, and LED taillights. Additional safety features for the small car include ISOFIX seat anchors, dual airbags, the Electronic Stability Program (ESP), and Anti-lock Braking System (ABS).
The 1.2-liter K Series engine that powers the 2017 Dzire Tour S produce 90 horsepower and 113 Nm of maximum torque in gasoline mode. When the vehicle is converted to CNG mode, that drops to 77 horsepower and 98.5 Nm of torque. In comparison to the CNG-powered variant, Maruti says that the petrol-powered Dzire Tour S has a stated fuel efficiency rating of 32.12km/kg. The new Tour S CNG is 21% more efficient than the previous model, according to the manufacturer.
Since Hyundai no longer offers commercial versions of the current Aura or the previous Xcent, the new Dzire Tour S is the sole ICE-powered fleet vehicle available for purchase. The Tata Xpres T EV, the Tigor EV’s fleet-only sibling, is its lone rival.
The LXI, VXI, ZXI, and ZXi+ trims of the Dzire small sedan, which is accessible to private consumers, are now retailing for Rs 6.44 lakh to 9.31 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The recently updated Hyundai Aura (Rs 6.30 lakh-8.87 lakh), the Honda Amaze (Rs 6.89 lakh-9.48 lakh), and the Tata Tigor (Rs 6.20-8.90 lahks) are competitors of the Dzire in the market.
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