Monday, 24 April 2017

Maruti Suzuki Dzire: Five Things You Should Know

DZire Front

Back in 2008,. Needless to say, the Dzire, which is in its second-generation now, was a huge success with 13.8 lakh units sold so far. With the recent launch of the Tata Tigor, Hyundai Xcent facelift and the Volkswagen Ameo along with fierce competition from other manufacturers in the segment, it was time the Indo-Japanese car maker upped its game with an all-new Dzire.

Maruti Suzuki. Allow us to take you over five things you should know about the latest compact sedan from the largest car manufacturer in the country.

Evolutionary design with modern touches

Based on the lightweight Heartect platform that also underpins the Baleno and the upcoming Swift hatchback, the new Dzire is now significantly lighter and more spacious. - When compared to the current model, the petrol and diesel variants are lighter by 85kg and 105kg respectively.

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The Dzire's design has now evolved with an all-new headlamp cluster, hexagonal grille with chrome surround and a redesigned front bumper. The rear now gets LED tail lamps with guide lights and you also get an updated multi-spoke, dual-tone alloy wheels. The design is a lot more flowing compared to the outgoing version and has a better integrated boot as well.

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The interiors follow the same layout seen on the upcoming Swift, but on the Dzire, you get a new dual-tone layout with 'burl' wood panels. You also get a multi-functional, flat-bottomed steering wheel with similar wood inserts. The boot space has gone up from 316 litres to 376 litres.Rear passengers are now treated to extra legroom, rear AC vents and an armrest with cup holders.

Tried andamp; tested engine-gearbox combinations

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The new Dzire carries forward the same 1.2-litre petrol motor (84PS/115Nm) and the 1.3-litre DDiS diesel engine (75PS/190Nm). The power and torque outputs of both the engine remain the same. Transmission options will include a 5-speed manual and an optional 5-speed automated manual transmission (Maruti's AGS) unit for both the diesel and petrol powered variants.

Feature loaded to keep up with the competition

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To keep up with the cut-throat competition in the segment, the Dzire now comes equipped with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment with navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink. You also get automatic LED projector headlamps with integrated daytime running lights (DRLs) and automatic climate control. In terms of safety, the all-new DZire will be equipped with dual airbags, ABS (anti-lock braking system), EBD (electronic brakeforce distribution), seatbelts with pretensioners, and ISOFIX seats as standard.

Competition check

DZire Side

The new Dzire has its task cut out in the segment which recently saw the launch of thet are other rivals that the new DZire will have to tackle in this cut-throat segment. The second-gen DZire is currently the largest-selling sub-compact sedan in India and Maruti Suzuki will hope to retain that position with the launch of the all-new Dzire.

More variants andamp; shades on offer

The all-new Maruti Suzuki Dzire will be offered in 14 variants with the Zxi+ and Zdi+ being the top-end models. For car buyers looking at an automatic compact sedan, both the petrol and diesel versions of the all-new Dzire will be available with a 5-speed AMT (automated manual transmission) gearbox. Additionally, Maruti Suzuki will offer the new Dzire in six shades - Oxford Blue, Sherwood Brown, Gallant Red, Magma Grey, Silky Silver and Arctic White.

Dzire Back

The all-new Dzire will be launched on May 16. Although Maruti Suzuki hasn't revealed the prices of the new Dzire, we expect it to cost Rs 20-30,000 more than the outgoing version which is priced at Rs 5.35-8.58 lakh, ex-showroom New Delhi. Watch this space for more news and updates on the new Dzire.

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Maruti Suzuki Unveils All-New DZire

All-New Maruti DZire

Maruti Suzuki has finally unveiled the all-new DZire today. And contrary to media reports, the DZire continues to remain this side of the four-meter overall length. However, Maruti Suzuki has managed to improve the interior space as the sedan has tweaked dimensions. The all-new gets a hexagonal front grille with a healthy dose of chrome, new headlamps with DRLs, new wheels and looks completely different from the current sedan. The all-new DZire will be launched on 16 May 2017 and should remain competitive in terms of pricing.

All-New Maruti DZire

In term of dimensions, the all-new DZire is 3995mm long, 1515mm tall, 1735mm wide and has a wheelbase of 2450mm. These dimensions make the new sedan same in length, 40mm wider, 40mm shorter in height and 20mm longer in wheelbase. The new DZire sits lower to the ground, ground clearance has gone down by 7mm to 163mm. The boot space is also up by 60-litres and is now 376-litres.

All-New Maruti DZire

On the outside, the DZire gets LED projector headlamps with LED DRLs. The new hexagonal front grille is inspired from the new-generation Swift and gives the DZire an all-new look. At the rear too, the taillamps get the LED treatment with LED light guides. At the side, the new DZire gets smooth flowing lines and the overall shape of the sedan is curvy, unlike the boxy shape of the current one.

All-New Maruti DZire

Inside, the Sedan gets all new interiors. The highlight though is the new three-spoke, flat-bottom steering wheels with mounted controls and the 7-inch touchscreen display in the centre which features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The black-beige interior theme is carried forward with leather upholstery, and so is the fake wooden finish on the dashboard.

All-New Maruti DZire

The diesel and petrol engines have been carried forward from the current sedan. Though the transmission options are a little different. The 1.2-litre petrol engine gets a 5-speed manual and an AMT transmission, in place of the 4-speed auto from before. The 1.3-litre diesel will be available with either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed AMT (same as before). Also, the weight of the sedan has been reduced from before. The petrol powered sedan weighs 85kg less than before and the diesel Dzire is 105Kg lighter. In terms of safety, the new DZire gets dual front airbags and ABS is standard.




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Sunday, 23 April 2017

2017 Hyundai Xcent: Road Test Review

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

I'm a sucker for the new car smell. So much so, that I've tried ordering bottled new car smell perfume. You can imagine my glee when I got the facelift Xcent with just 1290km on the odo. As I soaked it in, I realised updates to the interior aren't as drastic compared to the rest of the car.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

Sure, there's a new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system on the top-spec SX and SX (O) variants (the get the older 2DIN audio system instead). What's more, the system also supports Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink. The interface is easy to get used to, pairing phones is a breeze and the audio quality is at acceptable levels too. The other little addition comes in form of the voice command button on the steering wheel. With a phone connected to the infotainment system, it lets you place calls without taking your hands off the wheel. It's quite well suited to Indian accents, and pretty much gets the job done every single time.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

The big screen also serves as a display for the reverse camera. Now, the always had a reverse camera, but the video feed was relayed to the internal rear view mirror. Which brings me to my next point. The old auto dimming mirror has been ditched in favour of a manual one. There's another cost-cutting measure that wants to quietly slip under the radar. The climate control interface no longer has "Clean Air" written on it. Hyundai has gotten rid of the cluster ioniser that ensures the vents blow purified air into the cabin. But, that's where my grouse with the interiors end.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

The air-conditioning is stellar, and setting it on its lowest will give you the chills in no time. I managed to fog up the windows on the outside on a hot and humid evening in Mumbai - it's that effective The rear half is cooled quickly too, thanks to the rear AC vents. In case you plan on being chauffeur-driven, the Xcent does make a strong case for itself. The recline angle is comfortable, there's just enough legroom for a six-footer like me to sit behind my own driving position and there's a central armrest as well. Three abreast at the rear shouldn't be a big problem but be prepared to rub shoulders with your fellow passengers - quite literally. So, nothing new there.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

The design, features and the fit and finish aren't new either - which is a good thing. It carries over the feel-good features that include keyless entry and go, a chilled glovebox, and electrically folding mirrors. The Xcent was already among the best in class in terms of build quality and that hasn't changed. Yes, there's some hard plastic to be found on the floor console and around the handbrake area - but that isn't likely to be a big deal breaker. What might just be, is the new face.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

Let's just say the Xcent facelift looks much nicer in person than in pictures. The smallest Hyundai sedan wants to be an when it grows up, and it wants to look the part by sporting the bigger chrome-dipped grille. Personally, I prefer the older setup with a slender grille joining the two headlamps. There's a new bumper as well that now features daytime running lamps placed right above the foglamps. Although not the best looking, the design does grow on you over time. Also, if you thought changes to the front are drastic, wait till you see the rear.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

The cutesy derriere of the Xcent has been given the boot (pun intended) for a design that's in-line with the upcoming (all-new) Verna. The rear bumper gets a matte-black insert running across the length that does well to break the bulk of colour. The bigger wraparound taillamps add a sense of width when you view the Xcent from the rear. Other changes to the exterior come in the form of a shark fin antenna, and a tiny 1.2D badge on the front right fender.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

Oh yes Just like the Grand i10, the Xcent too sports the bigger 1.2-litre diesel engine. The three-cylinder unit develops 75PS of power (up by 3PS) and 190Nm of torque (up by 10Nm), and comes paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox. There's no diesel-automatic combo on offer like the Swift DZire or the Tata Zest, but with the market slowly moving back towards petrol-powered cars, we don't think this omission is going to haunt Hyundai India anyway.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

Now, let's answer a basic question - what's better compared to the old 1.1-litre diesel engine? The answer to that, quite simply is noise and vibration levels. Make no mistake, the Xcent still shudders on startup and shuts down like any other three-cylinder diesel would. But, on the move, the engine does seem quite well mannered. The clutch is light, and bites in quickly. Pair that with the light power steering and you have a sedan that you can use in stop and go traffic without a hiccup. In some seriously annoying jams on the Eastern Express Highway in Mumbai, I found myself tapping away to music and not tired out by the constant shift. On a related note, there's no dead pedal and the footwell itself is slightly narrow for my big size 11 feet.

On paper, the torque figure is on par with its rivals. What's interesting is the way the shove translates to on-road performance. Unlike the 1.5-litre diesel engines in the that have a sharp spike in power post 2000rpm, the Xcent's motor delivers the grunt in a more linear and orderly fashion. There's a bit of turbo lag under 2000rpm and when you do feel the turbo kick in, it isn't as dramatic as its competition. The torque spread is pretty good low down the rev range too - I managed to skittle over Mumbai speed breakers in second gear at single digit speeds. Impressive

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

Soon enough as the highway cleared up I had the space to let the engine loose. Oddly, I didn't feel like it. Drive the Xcent - even for a relatively short while - and you'd know the engine is happier cruising comfortably and not making a dash to the redline in each gear. If you do push it, the cabin remains steady and masks speed quite well. The steering feels heavier compared to Hyundais of yesteryears, and the float from the suspension is well controlled too. Yes, there's a bit of vertical bobbing once you go past 120kmph, but it doesn't make the car feel nervous or jittery. The Xcent can munch miles for hours together if need be, and sip carefully while at it. On test, it returned an impressive 23.87kmpl - that's 1.68kmpl more compared to the Grand i10 hatchback. Efficiency inside the city stood at a respectable 19.04kmpl.

Cornering has never been a Hyundai forte, and not much has changed with the Xcent facelift. But, it's unlikely anyone will go corner carving with the sub 4-metre sedan, so it does seem logical that Hyundai has chosen to focus on ride quality instead. Within the city, the Xcent dismisses potholes with a muted thud. You will have to slow down for bigger patches of broken roads, though - the sedan feels bouncy if you aren't prudent with the throttle.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

Braking duties are handled by disc brakes up front and drum brakes at the rear. The you see in the pictures get dual airbags and anti-lock brakes in terms of safety tech. What's surprising, is that Hyundai has opted to delete ABS from the base-spec and mid-spec variants, and make dual airbags standard instead. This move seems to be motivated by the new vehicle safety norms that are around the corner. Nonetheless, the omission of ABS does seem surprising.

Hyundai Xcent Facelift

All said and done, the updates do make the Xcent better as a package. On the whole, it does seem better equipped to take on the competition. More importantly, the facelift comes just in time as Tata is dialling up the heat in the form of the. With prices starting at Rs 5.38 lakh for the base-spec petrol and going all the way up to Rs 8.42 lakh for the top-spec diesel, the little sedan from Hyundai does seem like a no-nonsense choice if you need nothing more than a comfortable sedan for commuting within the city.




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Friday, 21 April 2017

Maruti Suzuki DZire Unveil On April 24

Maruti Swift DZire

India's bestselling sedan is all set to break cover in a completely new avatar. The third generation of the will be unveiled on April 24.

The Indian automaker has also released a sketch of the sedan, giving us a glimpse into the design. A heavily masked image of the silhouette showcases the LED daytime running lamps and the LED light guides in the taillamps. One can also note that the design is a lot more flowing compared to the outgoing version and has a better-integrated boot as well.

The design is based on the upcoming Swift, and will sport features such as projector headlamps, 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and automatic climate control. In terms of safety, dual airbags are likely to be standard across the range and anti-lock brakes will be on offer as well.

As far as the drivetrains are concerned, Maruti Suzuki will carry forward the existing 1.2-litre petrol and 1.3-litre diesel engines. The petrol engine currently develops 84PS/115Nm and is available with a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed torque converter automatic. Rumour mills suggest the 4-speed automatic could be given the boot in favour of a 5-speed AMT or a CVT. The diesel motor is likely to soldier on with 75PS/190Nm tune paired with a 5-speed manual/AMT gearbox.

Maruti will be looking at upping the premium quotient on the Swift DZire. Since the bigger has moved on to the premium Nexa range of dealerships, the DZire becomes the sole sedan offering in the Maruti showrooms. Prices are expected to go slightly north from the current Rs 5.35 lakh - Rs 8.58 lakh range.

We will be taking a closer look at the DZire on April 24 - stay tuned to ZigWheels for more updates.




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2018 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Makes Global Debut

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Facelift

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the 2018 at the ongoing Shanghai Auto Show. And if, from the cover photo, you were unable to make out that this is indeed the new sedan, it's not your fault. You see, this is a mild facelift of the S-Class and Mercedes seems to have taken the word 'mild' a little too seriously. But this is not a reason to get disappointed as there is more than meets the eye. Though not physical, there are changes in the S-Class' tech department which make it more intelligent.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Facelift

Starting small, the refreshed exterior of the S-Class features a new set of bumpers with wider air dams and horizontal slats on the corners to make it look more aggressive. The grille has also gone through a minor update and features wider slats (one less than before) which help it stand out from the previous model. The headlamps have been upgraded and the new S-Class features Multibeam LED units with 'Ultra Range High Beam' which can scan the road's surface and curves and send the required info to the S-Class's brain. The taillights also get the LED treatment, similar to the one we saw on the E-Class LWB.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Facelift

The side profile still carries the same smooth and flowing lines from the current model. The only change worth noticing here is the new set of 20-inch alloy wheels.

Mercedes-Benz S-Class Facelift

Inside, although the panels look familiar, there are subtle changes. The S-Class gets a new three-spoke steering wheel with revised controls, three new upholstery options to spoil you with choices, an update to the single piece glass display and wireless phone charging in the centre console. Tech wise, the new S gets Active Distance Assist Distronic, which can automatically slow down and then speed up the car by sensing the road ahead.

Mercedes-Benz Maybach Facelift

In terms of engines, the new S-Class lineup gets revised powertrains. Starting with the Mercedes-Benz S 560 4MATIC and Mercedes-Maybach S 560 4MATIC, they both get a new 469PS/700Nm biturbo V8. The AMG S 63 4MATIC+ gets a 612PS, 4.0-litre V-8 biturbo engine which replaces the previous 5.5-litre V-8 Biturbo. Also, this time, S lineup gets it's most powerful diesel in the form of a new in-line six-cylinder which comes in two states of tunes. The S 350 d 4MATIC makes 286PS/600Nm and the S 400 d 4MATIC which produces 340PS/700Nm.

These updates don't really change the S-Class, but then again that's not the job of a mid-life update. As far as the magnitude of the update is concerned, it helps the S-Class to become very slightly better.

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Exclusive: Renault Duster CVT To Get 1.5L Petrol Engine

Renault Duster

The will soon be blessed with a petrol CVT option. And through our sources close to the company, we have exclusive information that the CVT option will come with a 1.5-litre petrol engine. The variant will be priced at Rs 10.3 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), and will be made available in the 'RXS' trim. As of now, the petrol engine in the Duster is a 1.6-litre unit and comes mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.

Renault Duster

The 1.5-litre petrol engine seems to be borrowed from the Scala/Sunny sedan, and produces max power of 106PS at 5600rpm and max torque of 142Nm at 4000rpm. The CVT transmission mated to this engine has a six-step manual mode and returns a mileage of 14.99kmpl. In the Sunny though, the engine has a lower state of tune and makes only 101PS/134Nm with the CVT.

Renault Duster

In terms of features, the RXS variant will sit between the RXL and the RXZ and feature 16-inch gunmetal alloy wheels, 7-inch touchscreen without navigation, black front grille, dual airbags, red contrast interiors and an Eco mode. Also, the petrol CVT will come in a new Fiery Red colour.

Renault Duster

The current petrol engine in the Duster is a 1.6-litre mill which produces 104PS/148Nm and comes mated to a 5-speed manual transmission in a 2WD configuration. The diesel engine is a 1.5-litre unit and is available with either 85PS/200Nm or 110PS/245Nm on tap. The latter can also be had with a 6-speed AMT or with all-wheel drive.

The CVT will be officially launched in a couple of weeks. Stay tuned to ZigWheels.com for more exclusive updates.




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Thursday, 20 April 2017

Nissan Sunny Prices Slashed

Nissan Sunny Prices Slashed

Nissan India has announced that it has slashed the prices of the slow-selling Sunny sedan. Prices of the full-sized sedan now start at Rs 6.99 lakh and go up to Rs 8.99 lakh. The was earlier priced between Rs 7.91 lakh to Rs 10.89 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi.

"Nissan always strives to offer innovative products to our customers with a compelling and competitive value proposition. The Nissan Sunny is our flagship sedan which we proudly "Make in India" at our Oragadam Plant in Chennai. Local production of this car enables significantly lower costs and this helps serve our customers faster with global levels of quality products. We pass on these benefits to our customers with very competitive prices for the Nissan Sunny, our popular premium sedan," said Mr Arun Malhotra, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. (NMIPL).

Nissan Sunny Prices Slashed

The prices of the variants of the Sunny, ex-showroom Delhi, are as follows:

Petrol Variants

XE - Rs 6.99 lakh

XL - Rs 7.59 lakh

XV CVT - Rs 8.99 lakh

Nissan Sunny Prices Slashed

Diesel Variants

XE - Rs 7.49 lakh

XL - Rs 7.99 lakh

XV - Rs 8.99 lakh

The difference in prices is as follows:

Nissan Sunny Prices Slashed

Nissan has removed the XV D Safety variant from the Sunny lineup - and has not confirmed if the new XV D replaces it. If it does not, the Sunny now loses out on side airbags and a leather-wrapped gear knob.

The Nissan Sunny continues to be offered with two engine options - a 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder petrol motor and a 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder, turbocharged diesel motor.

Nissan Sunny Prices Slashed

The petrol motor paired to a 5-speed manual transmission develops 99PS of maximum power and 134Nm of torque and returns 16.96kmpl. The Sunny petrol is also available with a CVT -- it develops 101PS/134Nm and returns 17.50kmpl. The Sunny diesel develops 86PS/200Nm, is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission and has a mileage of 22.71kmpl.




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2017 Hyundai Xcent Facelift: 5 Things You Must Know

Xcent Front

, their sole compact sedan in India, at a starting price of Rs 5.38 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), today. The sub-4 meter sedan carries forward changes from the Hyundai Grand i10 facelift, which the Xcent is based on. Let's look at five things that are new in the updated Xcent.

Evolution of design

The new Xcent gets a reworked fascia which includes Hyundai's new cascading grille, featuring horizontal chrome slats. The front bumper is new as well and now includes LED DRLs in the fog lamp housing. The rear gets split wraparound tail lamps with a chrome strip joining the two. Coming over to the rear bumper, it now features a thick black cladding, which in turn gives it a dual-tone effect. The updated Xcent also gets a shark-fin antenna now.

Feature-rich interiors

Xcent Interior

Hyundai is offering a 7.0-inch infotainment system with support for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with MirrorLink connectivity. However, the same would only be applicable for the top-spec variants. The screen also doubles up as a rear-view camera display.

More powerful diesel motor

Xcent Engine

Instead of the 1.1-litre diesel unit on the current model, the new Xcent will get an updated diesel engine - a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder U2 CRDi unit that puts out 75PS of maximum power (as compared to the 72PS earlier) and 190Nm of peak torque (as compared to the 180Nm before). The petrol motor will be the same 1.2-litre unit as seen on the current model. Also, Hyundai now offers Alternator Management System (AMS) as standard across the range. AMS charges the battery only while the car is coasting, thereby reducing the strain on the engine. While doing so, AMS helps in improving efficiency and performance.

Mixed bag of safety features

Xcent Safety

Hyundai has now made dual-airbags standard across the Xcent range. However, ABS is not part of the standard equipment.

What will you miss?

Xcent Rear

Hyundai is not offering ABS in the base 'E' variant. The E variant will also miss out on central locking, day/night IRVM, full wheel cover for the steel wheels, rear centre armrest, digital clock and the passenger-side vanity mirror.

With the compact-sedan segment heating up with ther and the upcoming next-gen Suzuki DZire, the Xcent has its task cut out in front of it. Hyundai hopes to keep its numbers steady with the updated Xcent in the segment.




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