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Maruti Suzuki Ritz

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Maruti Suzuki Ritz Price List (By Variant)

VARIANTS EX-SHOWROOM PRICE (DELHI) COMPARE
Diesel

Ritz LDI BS-IV

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz VDI (ABS) BS-IV

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz VDI BS-IV

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz MC LDI

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz MC VDI

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz MC VDI ABS

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz MC ZDI

1248 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A
Petrol

Ritz LXI BS-IV

1197 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz VXI (ABS) BS-IV

1197 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz VXI BS-IV

1197 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz ZXI BS-IV

1197 cc | Manual | - kmpl
N/A

Ritz AT BS-IV

1197 cc | Automatic | - kmpl
N/A
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About Maruti Suzuki Ritz

Summary

The Ritz is one of the most practical Maruti Suzuki cars in India. The hatchback received minor exterior and interior updates in 2012, when this tall-boy received new front grille, headlights, body side-moulding, prominent rear wheel arch and a rear spoiler. The interior is up-market in terms of plastic quality and features. Seats are very supportive, and offer ample legroom for front passengers, though the rear seat is little congested.  Powering the hatchback are the same engine options - a 1.2-litre K-Series petrol and a 1.3-litre Multijet diesel engines - that do duty on other Maruti Suzuki car models in India as well including Swift and Swift Dzire.

Both the powertrains are coupled with a 5-speed manual gearbox, while the petrol trim also gets a 4-speed automatic transmission.

Further to this, read Maruti Suzuki Ritz Road Test details by our expert.

Exterior

The hatchback, based on the old Swift’s platform, has tall and compact design that looks very odd, especially the rear styling. The car was updated in 2012 when it received new front grille and headlights. Though, the side profile remained largely unchanged. The 14-inches 185/70 R14 tyres are borrowed from the Swift. It also gets a rear spoiler.

Interior

The car is very spacious from inside. It has generous legroom and headroom, though, the rear seat is little congested. Seats are supportive and feel comfortable. The dual-tone interior looks good, while the huge glass area and increased ride height provide better visibility. Material quality is decent.

Engine Transmission

The Ritz is available in two engine options - a 1.2-litre K-Series petrol and a 1.3-litre Multijet diesel. The 1197cc gasoline motor churns out a maximum power of 85.80bhp at 6000rpm with a torque of 114Nm at 4000rpm. The 1248cc, oil-burner develops a maximum power output of 73.97bhp at 4000rpm with a torque of 190Nm at 2000rpm. Both the engines are paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. A 4-speed automatic gearbox is also available with petrol variant. The overall fuel economy of the hatchback has been increased by 10% that makes it one of the fuel efficient Maruti Suzuki cars in India. The petrol-engined manual version delivers a mileage of 14.7kmpl in city and 18.5kmpl on highways, while the automatic variant offers 13kmpl in regular city traffic and 17.16kmpl on freeways. The diesel models returns a fuel efficiency of 18.6kmpl and 23.2kmpl on urban roads and highways, respectively. The petrol variants are capable to achieve 0-100kmph in 13.3 seconds with a top speed of 175kmpl, while the diesel takes 14.2 seconds with a top speed of 155kmph.

Performance and Handling

The ride of the Ritz is pretty alright on city roads, but the car drives superb on highways. Engine is frugal and responsive. Handling is good, but isn’t sporty. Driving dynamics could have been better.

Braking System

The front ventilated disc brakes and rear drum brakes are sturdy, and perform well. The braking capabilities are further enhanced by ABS and agile front McPherson strut & rear torsion beam suspension system. 

Mileage

The 1248 cc Diesel - powered variant delivers a fuel economy of 20 kmpl in city and 22 kmpl on highways, while the Petrol variant offers a mileage of 16 kmpl on urban roads and 18 kmpl and freeways, respectively.

Safety features

The hatchback comes loaded with several active and passive safety features such as 3-point ELR seatbelts with a lap belt in the middle, iCATS, front seatbelts, power door locks, shoulder adjuster, dual horn, driver seatbelt reminder, high mount stop lamp, door closure warning lamp and child safety locks. Features like SRS airbags for driver and co-passenger and ABS with EBD are available only on the top-end variant.

Verdict

With decent ride quality and responsive engine, the Maruti Suzuki Ritz is a practical day-to-day driving car. It’s also one of the most fuel efficient Maruti Suzuki cars in India.

Competition

Maruti Suzuki Ritz Vs Honda Brio

Both exterior and interior of the Brio are sportier than the Ritz. Powered with a more frugal and refined engine, the Brio rides effortlessly on rough roads. Unlike other Maruti car models, the Ritz priced higher than its competitors. When it comes to drivability, both the cars are great at that.

Coming to the engine options, the Brio is available with only petrol engine, whereas the Ritz comes in both petrol and diesel models.

Pros

  1. Engine performance
  2. Improved ride quality
  3. Handling and braking power
  4. Well-packed interior
  5. Fuel economy of diesel engine
  6. Maruti’s after sale services

Cons

  1. Rear design
  2. Limited comfort and safety features
  3. Outdated dials
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Maruti Suzuki Ritz Expert Review

Shiva Shankar
by Shiva Shankar

Maruti Suzuki Ritz Ownership Review In order to provide viewers with a firsthand experience of owning cars, we have been publishing ownership articles for the past few months. We had previously published an article on Maruti Suzuki Omni, Ford Fiesta, Tata Safari, Accent, i20, Santro etc. This week we Interviewed Mr Dinesh, owner of a Maruti Suzuki Ritz. The car has completed roughly 15000KM till date.   The above image is sourced from official Maruti Suzuki website Provided below is a detailed description of the same. Technical Specification of Maruti Suzuki Ritz Technical Specification Maruti Suzuki Ritz .... Read More

Ritz User Reviews

Amit Medhekar
19th September 2016, 10:18 IST
1 Star Rating 2 Star Rating 3 Star Rating 4 Star Rating 5 Star Rating

Good: Nothing

Bad: Service and Mannerisms with which you behave with your customer.

More Details: Worst customer care experience - My car had an accident and I submitted the car to S. K. Wheels Turbhe for repair work. Here is what happened - 1) Accident happened at 7.15 am on 11/08/16. Brought the car to S. K. Wheels by 7.30 am. The damage was serious and I was disturbed as this was my first major accident. 2) The adviser was there at the shop at 8.00 am(He later told me that he did a 8-5 shift). However, he attended me at around 8.30 pm. He was pleasantly talking to me at the start. 3) Later, he asked me to submit a couple of document. One of the document was a customer satisfaction voucher(by Insurance Provider). I reasoned that this document should be taken after my damages are repaired. I was told that this document was necessary to process cashless claim. I again asked that then there should be a application form for cashless claim. I was arrogantly told that there is no such document. This is only one. I did not agree to sign such a document before I see my damages fixed. This is when the adviser became arrogant telling me that the claim will then be processed 2-3 days after my car is ready. I requested him to talk to me properly and understand the reason I was not ready to sign such a document and asked why should I wait for more 2 days even after my car is ready. He did not answer me convincingly and kept arguing. Nevertheless, I submitted the car without signing the customer satisfaction voucher and left. 3) Once I was home, I called the adviser's manager. I asked him the same reason and also asked him to let me know why his advisers are so impolite. I was stunned when he also started arrogantly arguing with me and started proving how adviser's behavior was correct and his demand not unreasonable. I hung up. I then had a set of smses exchanged with him as well where I instructed him about his incorrect arrogant behavior. He now called me and argued furiously yelling at me Just because I had written such a sms. I advised him to be polite to customer and teach the same to his subordinates. But, I did not see a change in his behavior. He told me to come to office and submit the customer satisfaction voucher citing the same reason as his adviser. I denied and disconnected the call. 4) Days passed - I was told that I would receive my car latest by 31/08/2016. However, I was never told about any progress on the car in this waiting period - not even what work was approved by the insurance company and what would be the cost beared by me. I just received a message from the insurance company citing the total cost which I shared with the manager asking him to let me know some status. He replied with a brief message on phone but nor did the adviser neither did his manager called me. Knowing the adviser's arrogant nature, I did not want to talk to him. Hence, when a sales executive called me, I had a discussion with the customer support initiated and inquired about the car. This is when I received some information on the car. 5) A long ago dent was discussed when I submitted my car for damage repair. I was told that it would not be covered by the insurance. However, I still asked the adviser to remove the dent for me. On the day he asked me to come to check the car, I inquired about whether the dent was removed. He said no. I reasoned why did he not remove the dent and why did he not call me even once to discuss the progress of the car damages. He was again arrogantly replying all nonsense reasons. I asked him to remove the dent which extended the period of delivery of my car by 2 days. 6) When I finally came to inspect my car(after the dent was removed), he was on the epitome of arrogancy when he asked me to abide the time of 8-5(his duty time). I told me I have already adjusted my duty time and came to garage by 6 pm not attending one of my important meeting and why could he not adjust for a customer. He again started arrogantly reasoning with me that he cannot do so for anyone. However, after a lot of commotion, he came and showed me the vehicle. He then asked me to submit the customer satisfaction voucher which I signed and gave him. He then told me to come the next day to pick up the vehicle(I wondered that he had said at the start that after customer satisfaction voucher is submitted, it would take 2-3 days while now he is making the car ready in just half a day). 7) As I was going to go to office the next day, I asked him to contact me the next day so that I can tell him to either drop the car to my home or whether I am coming to pick up. The next morning I could not go to office and then planned to pick up the car by myself. The adviser called me and said that he shall be sending the car over to my home. I said I will be picking it up myself. He became arrogant again telling me that now sending the car over to my home cannot be cancelled. I do not understand why even before he could try, he was arrogantly trying to push his decisions over me. I denied and said I am coming over to pick up my car. 8) When I came to pick up my car, I saw that there was indicator light not working. We highlighted to the adviser who did a small fix by opening the bonnet. However, once home, the indicator issue is still persisting. I am also experiencing other electricity failure issues like my door, though physically closed properly, gives me indication that they are not starting the in-vehicle lights again and again and my car taking time starting. I am also experiencing my door and gears unusually stiff. I am lost how do I get this resolved with such an arrogant adviser and his manager. I have experience very bad behavior before but this from S. K. Wheels and Maruti personnel is just pathetic. I am sure what I will do when I shall buy next car or give a car for service to this service station. I request Maruti (if they care for their customer) to change the customer service experience by initiating the belief in their advisers that customer come to buy car more for a best customer service than for just car alone.

Maruti Suzuki Ritz Colours

Bakers Chocolate
New Breeze Blue
New Granite Grey
New Mystique Red
Silky Silver
Superior White

Ritz Specifications

Note: Specifications for Ritz have been mentioned

Dimensions, Capacities & Details
Length (mm)
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Wheelbase (mm)
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Boot Space (L)
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Width (mm)
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Turning Radius (m)
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Fuel Capacity (L)
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Height (mm)
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Ground Clearance (mm)
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Colors
Bakers Chocolate, New Breeze Blue, New Granite Grey, New Mystique Red, Silky Silver, Superior White
Seating Capacity
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Performance
Displacement (cc)
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Peak Power
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Peak Torque
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