Which Colour is best in Swift Dzire car?

Which Colour is best in Swift Dzire car?

Hi, Colour selection largely depends upon personal preferences. Generally White and silver are most prefered colors.

What are Colours of Swift Dzire?

Maruti Dzire is available in 6 different colours – Arctic White, Sherwood Brown, Oxford Blue, Phoenix Red, Magma Grey and PREMIUM SILVER.

Is Swift Dzire available in diesel?

As the diesel engine has been discontinued, the Maruti Dzire is offered only with a 1.2-litre Dualjet petrol engine that produces 89bhp and 113Nm. Transmission options include a five-speed manual transmission and an AMT unit.

What is the price of Dzire Top Model?

Maruti Suzuki Dzire Overview

Ex-Showroom Price* From ₹ 6.09 Lakh Onward
Seating Capacity 5 Seater
Fuel Economy/ Mileage 22 – 31.1 Km/l
Transmission Manual, Automatic
Boot Space 378 L

Which is better Swift Dzire petrol or diesel?

More than 80 km, go for the diesel variant which will be economical, in the long run, although the initial price will be high. Petrol makes the sense when you travel mostly in the city and has a limited run of about 50 to 60 km per day. Petrol requires less maintenance and its servicing cost is also on the lower side.

Which colour of Swift is best?

The most commonly seen colour on the roads is the red shade and the white shade. While the white colour can give you that taxi feel, red seems to be energetic. You can also op for silver or grey which look equally good on the latest-gen Swift.

Which Colour is best for car?

White. As mentioned above, white is considered the safest colour choice for cars. White coloured car is highly visible in the different driving conditions, night time or day time, city or highway.

What is arctic white color?

The hexadecimal color code #f4f3ef is a very light shade of yellow. In the RGB color model #f4f3ef is comprised of 95.69% red, 95.29% green and 93.73% blue. In the HSL color space #f4f3ef has a hue of 48° (degrees), 19% saturation and 95% lightness.

Why Swift Dzire diesel is discontinued?

The 1.3-litre multijet diesel engine powering the older BS4 Dzire was sourced from Fiat. However, Fiat decided to discontinue the production of the diesel engine due to its outdated technology, and increased costs to make the engine comply with BS6 emission norms.