Suzuki Philippines has started 2021 off strong with a minor facelift to its popular sedan the Suzuki Dzire. While the changes to the vehicle will need a keen eye to see, these are still substantial nonetheless. The overall appearance of the vehicle may not have drastically changed, but the revised front fascia does give the vehicle a refreshed look.
Where the notable changes are on the Suzuki Dzire are at the front end. The Japanese brand has given the vehicle a new grille, it now comes with a single-frame design that incorporates a three-bar look that comes with thicker slats. To add to this the front bumper has also been restyled as well to give it a flattering look at the nose. The foglight housings have also been revised for the vehicle, now coming with silver trimmings for select variants of the Dzire.
On the inside, the cabin remains largely the same as the pre-facelifted model. Where the two differ is with the gauge cluster. Suzuki has given the updated model a new multi-colored multi-information display, this replaces the older model’s digital type display. The engine temperature display has also been reverted to analog gauges and now housed within the tachometer and speedometer. Another added feature is steering-wheel-mounted controls for smartphone connectivity for certain variants.
Safety has also been improved on the facelifted model as it now comes with a stability control system as standard for two out of its three variants. Only the GA variant does not come with the system as the GL and GL+ have it. Aside from this, all other safety features from the previous model have been retained such as the dual front airbags.
Power remains unchanged for the sedan as it still comes with a 1.2-liter four-cylinder engine. It still produces 81hp and 113 Nm of torque. It still comes with a 5-speed manual transmission along with an auto-gear-shift transmission. Suzuki Philippines claims that the vehicle can get up to 26.51 kilometers per liter with its manual version, and 25.99 kilometers per liter with the automatic model. Taking a look at the Suzuki Dzire’s pricelist reveals that the vehicle still retains a competitive price point despite the new updates.
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