You can get the car with both petrol and diesel engines and it gets additional equipment.

The special-edition Dzire is based on the lower-spec LXi/LDi trims, and it is available in either petrol or diesel forms. It comes with front power windows, wheel covers and rear parking sensors as standard.

You also get a Bluetooth-enabled, two-speaker music system and remote central locking. Standard equipment includes ABS and dual front airbags, along with brake assist. Maruti, with this special edition, is aiming to push sales of lower trims of the car by adding equipment to attract buyers looking for an affordable compact sedan.

Prices for the Dzire special edition petrol start at Rs 5.56 lakh, while the diesel variant costs a lakh more.  

All prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.

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