Maruti Suzuki Announces Service Campaign For Over 21,000 Units Of New Dzire

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Maruti Suzuki has issued a voluntary recall in the country for the subcompact Dzire sedan. The recall affects 21,494 units of the Dzire that were manufactured between February 23 and July 10 of this year. Maruti Suzuki has stated that the exercise started due to a failure in the hub of the rear wheel of certain cars. The Maruti Suzuki Dzire is one of the best-selling models for the automaker and, in fact, is the company’s best-selling car to reach the sales milestone of one lakh.

Maruti Suzuki has already started contacting clients who have been affected by the withdrawal. Inspection and replacement will be done at no cost to the client. Owners can also check if their cars are part of the recovery exercise by entering the vehicle’s chassis number (MA3 followed by the 14-digit alphanumeric number) on the Maruti Suzuki website. Maruti has not reported any injury or fatality as a result of the defective hub of the rear wheel.

The Maruti Suzuki Dzire moved to its third generation this year, taking a big leap over the previous one. The car was launched in May of this year and reached the sales mark of one lakh in just five and a half months. The new style and upamarket has been much appreciated by the masses. The subcompact sedan shares its foundations with the new Swift generation and is based on the HEARTECT platform. The model is lighter, stiffer and more fuel efficient compared to the previous iteration.

Maruti Suzuki continues to use the 1.2-liter K-series gasoline and the 1.3-liter DDiS diesel engine under the hood of the Dzire. The engines come matched with the options of manual transmission and manual automatic 5-speed (AMT).

The Maruti Suzuki Dzire is one of the best-selling models for the automaker and, in fact, is the company’s best-selling car to reach the sales milestone of one lakh.

 

Maruti Suzuki has already started contacting clients who have been affected by the withdrawal. Inspection and replacement will be done at no cost to the client. Owners can also check if their cars are part of the recovery exercise by entering the vehicle’s chassis number (MA3 followed by the 14-digit alphanumeric number) on the Maruti Suzuki website. Maruti has not reported any injury or fatality as a result of the defective hub of the rear wheel.

The Maruti Suzuki Dzire moved to its third generation this year, taking a big leap over the previous one. The car was launched in May of this year and reached the sales mark of one lakh in just five and a half months. The new style and upamarket has been much appreciated by the masses. The subcompact sedan shares its foundations with the new Swift generation and is based on the HEARTECT platform. The model is lighter, stiffer and more fuel efficient compared to the previous iteration.

Maruti Suzuki continues to use the 1.2-liter K-series gasoline and the 1.3-liter DDiS diesel engine under the hood of the Dzire. The engines come matched with the options of manual transmission and manual automatic 5-speed (AMT).