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Take home the popular Maruti Dzire with just Rs 50,000, find out how much the EMI will be

You can buy Maruti Suzuki Dzire for only Rs. It was the company’s second best-selling car, selling 17,438 units last month. The demand is so strong that it has a waiting period of 3 to 4 weeks on petrol (MT) and 16 to 18 weeks on its petrol (AMT) model. People love to buy it because of its great mileage, great looks and cheap maintenance. Let us give you its EMI and other information.

Maruti Suzuki LXI Petrol Dzire model priced at Rs 6.09 lakh (ex-showroom). If you bought it with a down payment of Rs 50,000, then according to Car Dekho EMI Calculator, your EMI will be Rs 10,056 for 7 years with 8% interest. You have to pay interest of Rs. 1,99,515 in 7 years.

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The Maruti Suzuki Dzire is powered by a 1.2-liter, 4-cylinder K12C dualjet petrol engine. The company says the updated engine comes with a higher compression ratio, piston cooling jet and cooled EGR system. The new engine produces 90 bhp of peak power.

Desire Mileage 23.26 kmpl with manual gearbox and 24.12 kmpl with automatic gearshift.

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Desire gets Android Auto and Apple Car Play, SmartPlay Studio infotainment system, new dual tone upholstery, faux wood finish, colorful TFT screen for MID and cruise control. The AMT variant of the Maruti Dzire 2020 features the Electronic Stability Program and the Heel Hold Assist feature.

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