What New Maruti Suzuki Ritz @Buzz is Offering?

Is the Ritz @Buzz a premium hatchback?

Of course the joint venture, Maruti Suzuki, is in no mood to loose its top spot in the Indian car market. Introducing new, refreshed, face-lifted, and limited editions have already been a fun rather than a strategy for the company. Its highly selling four-wheeler, the Ritz's limited edition, the @Buzz, is the latest to hit on road from Maruti Suzuki.

Well, the firm hasn't announced yet in what all variants the @Buzz will be available. However, it is expected to be available in both petrol and diesel engines. And it is likely to be available only in L (Lxi and Ldi) and V (Vxi and Vdi) models. That means you will miss the @Buzz in full option Zxi and Zdi). Still, there is no official announcement made so far. According to some leaks, the limited edition @Buzz is expected to be priced somewhat more than Rs. 18,000 than the normal edtions.

2013 Maruti Suzuki Ritz @Buzz Limited Edition

Maruti Suzuki calls it a premium hatch back that can even compete with the real bulls in the same class such as the Maruti Suzuki Swift, VW Polo, Fiat Punto, and the Hyundai i20. Let's check how genuine the all new Ritz @Buzz is up to the phrase premium hatchback.

The limited edition is certainly packed with some special features what make the car really a peculiar one for customers. Rear parking sensors to accurately place your car while reversing, a Double Din Aux-in enabled Nippon audio system with six speakers with Bluetooth and USB connectivity allows you to hear your favourite musics with better quality. Well, via Bluetooth facility you can carry out the music system to your mobile phone to make and receive phone calls. Meanwhile, the added faux leather seat covers, a steering wheel cover, new door sill guards and floor mats give you a freshness beyond the ordinary version. Exterior styling enhancements are up to the mark with stylish body graphics, bumper protectors, door visors and new mud flaps.

There is no touch up with the engine. The diesel variant comes with a 1248cc, 4 cylinder engine which smokes maximum power of 75 ps @ 4000 rpm, while the petrol puller is powered by an 1197cc, 4 cylinder engine, which is capable to deliver stunning power of 87 ps @ 6000 rpm. Both are coupled with 5 speed manual transmission.
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Last updated on 28-06-2013. Published on 28-06-2013.
Published by Bikes4Sale in category Cars
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