Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Maruti Swift DZire Gained Popularity

Throw a coin in water- it will show some movements, walk down the lane- your shadow will follow you. However, why waste so much time in walking and throwing a coin, when Maruti cars, India's leading car manufacturer comes up with a car that is amongst the best, that moves around to any corner of the villages, towns and cities across India and liked by everyone. It’s been said," People don’t remember who comes second," but when you are in Swift Dzire, you forget about No.1 or No.2, you just remember the smooth drive of the car.  This is the second year that the Indo Japanese manufacturer has won the award. Last year, the Wagon R and the Swift hatchback bagged it. Commenting on the award, Mr. C V Raman, Executive Director (Engineering) said, “The core philosophy at Maruti Suzuki is to design products which have the highest standards in design and engineering.”

Maruti Swift DZire

Look wise you find it same as any other sedan, but when you drive it you will love it. The difference Maruti Swift DZire has is that its interior are far better than what others. For a family of five this is an ideal car. The Maruti Swift Dzire at speeds of 120 kmph the car remains stable even on Indian roads. For the first time, Dzire comes with automatic transmission; this gives everyone a smooth and efficient drive not only in the city but also in the hills. Something more to look in the car is the amazing variety of colors,around 8 are available.When you look at Maruti Swift Dzire pictures,some of the colors it provides you are The Pacific Blue, Midnight Black which gives it a pleasent look. The Maruti Swift Dzire’s price is between Rs. 5- 7 lakhs, depending upon the type.  

Thursday, May 23, 2013

The Indian Army Replaces the Maruti Gypsy with Tata Safari and Mahindra Scorpio

Maruti Gypsy is manufactured in India by Maruti Suzuki. Maruti cars in India were formerly known as Maruti Udyog Limited. Maruti Suzuki India Limited has come to be synonymous with India, like none other. It also went on to become the first company in India to sell more than a million cars. The Indian Army has decided to phase out Maruti Gypsy from its inventory with Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari in the race to replace the vehicle under a project expected to cost the force more than Rs 3,000 crore. Next week, trial runs of military versions of Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari wil be held at Jodhpur and in the winter, trials will be held in Sikkim. One of the main reasons behind the Indian Army’s plans to replace Maruti Gypsy with Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari is the rising cost of petrol. Both the new vehicles under consideration run on diesel and are therefore preferred.

Maruti Gypsy

The Maruti Gypsy features a bare basic 4-wheel drive vehicle meant for tackling rough terrains. Maximum sale figures for the Gypsy were contributed by law enforcement agencies and the country’s armed forces as the petrol powered Gypsy with its light and agile nature was a practical option for the Indian Army to use on rough terrain. The high ground clearance, side steps and muscular wheel arches add sporty character to these Maruti cars. The Maruti Suzuki Gypsy, a dated but highly capable SUV, known as the “mountain goat” in many off-roading circles, may soon be staring down the barrel.

Maruti Gypsy

The styling of Maruti Gypsy takes us almost three decades back. Since its launch, the car has received only minor exterior changes and is surviving with its original design. The new black front grille sits below its long bonnet and features circular headlights on both sides. The up-raised bonnet with sharp lines adds aggression to the front look of this car. It’s a three door SUV which looks sensible with a hard top. The plastic material used inside looks very cheap and feels quite hard to touch. Six people can fit into the Gypsy. The vertically aligned rear benches are not comfortable as they offer poor under thigh and back support. The front seats are better, though, but they are not very comfortable either. The Maruti Gypsy in India is very affordably priced at Rs 5.51 lakhs to Rs.6.1 lakhs. For more updates or information on the Maruti Gypsy or along with other latest, upcoming and most popular cars, log on to

Monday, May 6, 2013

Maruti Swift Dzire Regal Comes with Good and Improved Features

Maruti Suzuki India Limited has recently launched the new variant in the Swift Dzire line up called Maruti Swift Dzire Regal. The new Maruti Swift Dzire price is at just Rs. 5.69 lakh (ex showroom price New Delhi), which seems to be a fairly decent price. Swift Dzire is one of the best selling compact sedans in the Indian markets and now it will be facing challenges from the newly launched Honda Amaze. Although, not much of changes happened to this new car, it comes with fair improvements in terms of interiors. The all new Dzire Regal comes with a silver colored front grille and body colored OVRMs with side indicators lamps as you can see in the Maruti Swift Dzire pictures. This new vehicle also received changes inside as well that truly made it one of the most desirable vehicle in its class.

Maruti Swift Dzire

The car has got some new features inside such as electronically adjustable OVRMs, advanced music system, leather seating upholstery, and so on. In what seem like a move to tackle the challenges from Honda Amaze, Maruti Suzuki has introduced this vehicle in the markets. However, the company claims that the vehicle is launched on the occasion of fifth anniversary of Dzire. The company is conducting some intense marketing campaign for the vehicle and it is promoting Regal as the most fuel efficient petrol car in India and why not? It has the efficiency to deliver a mileage of about 19.1Kmpl, which is the most by a compact sedan.

The company however, has not made any changes to the engine and its specifications. This new car is made available only with petrol engine option and it is powered by a 1.2 litre K series VVT Petrol engine with a displacement capacity of 1197cc. This engine has the capability to produce a power of about 85.8Bhp at 6000Rpm and 114Nm of torque at 4000Rpm. It is paired with a manual gearbox that transmits the power through front wheel and produce 19.1Kmpl of mileage. The new Maruti Swift Dzire features looks to be decent with AC, power steering, power windows, central locking, leather seating and so many others.

Maruti Swift Dzire

However, there are no cup holders, no anti lock braking system and few other features. The company is hoping to improve the sales of Maruti Cars in India by launching back to back models in the country. Company's previous records says that MSIL is very responsive in heavy competitive situations and hence we are expecting that MSIL will not be leaving any stone under the current market situations. Affording money on Dzire Regal seem to be a good choice but lack of some important feature is what something that you need to consider before buying.