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Why there is no VVT bade on new DZire models? Is there any issue with the front suspension of this car?

By: carl on 2017-18-12

1 Answers:

VVT and DDiS are nomenclatures used by Maruti Suzuki to differentiate between the petrol and diesel versions of their cars, but now company has stopped using these tags in new models of DZire and instead they come with variant badges like LXi, VDi, ZXi, ZDi etc. where Xi indicates petrol variant and Di indicates diesel variants, hence there is no need to add VTT or DDiS names.

There is no issue with the front suspension of DZire. The new Suzuki Dzire comes with McPherson Struts up front and Torsion Beam at the rear. The suspension set-up has been made slightly softer than what we used to get on the older Dzire to make the city ride more comfortable. The suspension absorbs bumps on the road quite well and there is no choppiness or bumpiness either.

Neeraj    2017-18-12

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