Suzuki Dzire : Reliable car for long distances
When Suzuki Dzire was introduced to the media together with the Swift early this year, most of the members of the media were more focused on the Swift as is the popular range within the Suzuki brand. Many writers were not aware that the new Suzuki Dzire comes with more value than before. I was fortunate to drive the Dzire from Johannesburg to Maputo 02 months ago and enjoyed every minute spent ith the Dzire. The new Suzuki Dzire is fuel efficient as discovered on my trip to and from Mozambique. Full tank on the Dzire managed to take me to the Capital City of Mozambique, Maputo.
It is now also a stand-alone brand, where in the past, it was paired with the Suzuki Swift.
It is such a quiet ride. Whether you’re navigating potholes, driving in the city or on national roads – it doesn’t get ‘busy’ with noise.
The 1.2l engine delivers 61kW of power – so hills and inclines are not even an issue – this car is a lot more powerful than what it appears to be at first glance. It’s really responsive too – when you want it to go, it does.There is also ample boot space and we managed to put all our luggages despite the fact that we had 04 bags.
SUZUKI DZIRE DERIVATIVES:
1.2 GA Manual
1.2 GL Manual
1.2 GL AMT
All models are sold with Suzuki’s acclaimed 5-year/200 000km mechanical warranty and a 2-year/30 000km service plan, with a starting price of R161 900.
It’s the ideal car for anyone who loves a hatchback because it really is so compact and easy to parallel park! It is also even better than a hatchback because of how spacious it is inside. In addition to that, it packs some serious power for its size. If it’s sparked your interest – give it a test-drive and see for yourself. It really is worth taking it for a spin to know for sure
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