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Maruti Swift

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Rs. 6.49 - 9.59 Lakh (Showroom Price in Delhi)
Swift On Road Price
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  • Ex-ShowroomRs. 6.49 Lakh
  • RTORs. 58,429
  • InsuranceRs. 35,978
  • On-RoadRs. 7.43 Lakh
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Maruti Swift Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Engine 1197 CC
  • Power 80.46bhp@5700rpm
  • Torque 111.7Nm@4300rpm
  • Transmission Manual / Automatic
  • Mileage 24.8 - 25.75 Kmpl
  • Fuel Type Petrol
  • Airbags Driver, Passenger and Side Front
  • Length 3860*1735*1520 mm3
  • Safety Rating 4 star
Specs & Features of Swift

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Fourth-generation Maruti Suzuki Swift has been tested by the Euro NCAP, and it has secured three stars out of five in the safety crash test. It scored 67 percent in Adult Occupant Protection, 65 percent in Child Occupant Protection, 76 percent in Vulnerable Road Users (VRU) and 62 percent in Safety Assist (SA). The international-spec Swift comes with additional safety features like ADAS over the Indian model. The India-spec Swift could be tested soon by Bharat NCAP as well.

Maruti Swift Key Highlights

Features: The 2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift features a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a wireless phone charger, a 4.2-inch coloured multi-info display, 6 speakers, rear AC vents, cruise control, automatic climate control, and keyless entry with push-button start-stop. Safety is taken care of by six airbags (as standard), ABS with EBD, ESP with hill start assist, and a rear parking camera with sensors.

Engine: The 2024 Maruti Swift is powered by a 1.2-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine which develops 82 PS and 112 Nm. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual and AMT transmissions. It offers a claimed efficiency of 24.8 kmpl with the manual and 25.75kmpl with the AMT. The 2024 Swift is 3860mm long, 1735mm wide, and 1520mm tall, with a 2450mm wheelbase.

Rivals: Maruti Suzuki Swift rivals the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and is a hatchback alternative to the Tata Punch and Renault Triber.

Variants: Maruti offers the 2024 Swift in 5 broad trims: LXi, VXi, VXI (O), ZXi, and ZXi+. It can be had with 6 monotone and 3 dual-tone colour options. These include Sizzling Red, Luster Blue, Novel Orange, Magma Grey, Splendid Silver, and Pearl Arctic White. The red, blue, and white hues can be opted with a dual-tone option.

The list is dominated by the usual models from Maruti, with only one Hyundai making it into the top five

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Maruti Swift Variants and Price

Maruti Swift base model price starts at Rs. 6.49 Lakh while the top model is priced at Rs. 9.59 Lakh. The price of Swift automatic models starts from Rs. 7.74 Lakh.
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Swift LXi
24.8 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
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Maruti Swift Pros and Cons

Swift Advantages

Cool and sporty looking, new engine promises more efficiency, larger touch screen and wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 6 airbags, hill-hold assist and other safety features are standard

Swift Disadvantages

Still not as premium on the inside as rivals like the Grand i10 Nios, priced close to larger and more premium rivals like the Hyundai i20 and stable mate, the Baleno.

Swift Expert's Conclusion

The new Swift is promising a lot. More features, more safety and more efficiency but also at a higher asking price.

Maruti Swift Expert Review

2024 Maruti Swift Review

The direct rivals of the Swift include Hyundai’s Grand i10 Nios. Given its price, it also faces competition from vehicles such as the Maruti Suzuki Ignis, Tata Punch and Hyundai Exter. You could also consider lower-spec models of bigger hatchbacks such as the Hyundai i20 and Maruti Suzuki Baleno for similar money. 


2024 Maruti Swift Review

Visually, the new generation is unmistakably Swift. The car is now marginally longer, while height is slightly lower than before. This ends up amplifying the sporty quotient of the Swift. Maruti Suzuki is offering some really interesting colour options including a bright red and blue which suit the fun vibe that the Swift has always had. 

There are new design elements too. The ‘clamshell’ effect for the bonnet has been executed neatly, and the new larger grille does not look out of place either. The smoked projector LED headlights — now a Swift signature — are larger and placed lower, giving the car its trademark look. The top-spec trims also feature LED fog lamps. 

2024 Maruti Swift Review

Over to the side, the sharp character line splitting the profile instantly grabs attention. Maruti pioneered the ‘floating roof’ effect with the blacked-out A-pillar in the original Swift, and it’s good to see that element being carried over. It’s more apparent in versions that are finished in a single tone as opposed to the dual-tone paint scheme our test cars had. 

Higher variants of the Swift get 15-inch alloy wheels, with a rather generic design. We like the dual-tone finish on the Zxi+ variant (the lower Zxi variant gets single-tone alloys) but wish the wheels themselves were a size larger. This would’ve made the Swift look sportier still. 

2024 Maruti Swift Review

From the rear, you’d notice the slightly larger glass area. The tail lamps, too, have been placed lower and get an interesting smoked clear lens effect. Combined with sharp LED detailing, it makes for a rear that looks sporty without going over the top. A more prominent spoiler and possibly a set of exhaust tips would’ve rounded off the package nicely. 

Overall, the newer generation looks better than the car it replaces. Paint quality and fit-finish are par for the course. You’d have no complaints on this front. 


2024 Maruti Swift Review

The Swift continues to be a low-slung hatchback. Getting in and out of the vehicle can be hard on the knees of the elderly. Once in, though, you’d be surprised to note that the Swift is evolving into a better family car with every generation.

Let’s first talk about the design, quality and materials. We begin with the dashboard, that now has a ‘layered’ design, much like the Baleno. Maruti Suzuki has opted for dark grey and gloss piano black accents to highlight certain elements in the cabin. 

Now, the design looks alright, but we were expecting a step up in the quality of materials used. Here, the new Swift is on par with the vehicle it replaces. Yes, there’s an interesting textured pattern in the dash and door pads, but it does very little to uplift the ambience of the cabin.

While we understand that Maruti Suzuki has opted for an all-black cabin theme in interest of making the cabin feel sporty, it has sadly ended up looking slightly budget-grade. Suzuki offers a dual-tone cabin in the global models, which could’ve been considered for the Indian model as well. Make no mistake, fit and finish is expectedly flawless, but the touch and feel of materials leave a lot to be desired. 

Similarly, the liberal use of gloss black plastic around the screen and gear lever is something that could’ve been avoided. This material attracts fingerprints, dust and scratches. 


Front seats on the new Swift are wide and supportive. Even if you have a large build, the seats offer adequate support around the shoulders and upper back. There’s plenty of travel in the driver’s seat, so even those above 6 feet will be comfortable here. 

Even on the top-spec version, Maruti Suzuki offers basic fabric upholstery. For the price, leatherette seats would’ve been a better choice. Cushioning on the seats is quite soft. This is spot on for anyone with an average build. However, if you’re on the heavier side, you’ll find yourself ‘sinking’ into the seat and wanting a little firmness from the cushioning.

The front occupants get storage in the doors, two cup holders and a phone tray in the centre, and a well sized glove box. There’s a nifty phone holder too (ideally meant for the rear occupants) that can be easily accessed from the front seats. 

Over to the rear, the knee room, foot room and head room is enough for a six-footer to be comfortable behind a six-foot-tall driver. You might find your shin fouling against the front seat, but the soft cushioning ensures it’s not much of a bother. 

We’d still call the Swift a four-seater. A third occupant can be squeezed into the rear bench if you absolutely have to, but you’d end up rubbing shoulders. Maruti provides a proper three-point seatbelt for the middle occupant, but weirdly no central headrest. On a related note, a central armrest would’ve been a helpful addition. 

Rear occupants get type-A and type-C USB chargers and AC vents for comfort and convenience. 

The window line at the rear is low, ensuring great sideward visibility. However, frontal visibility is severely limited due to the extra large headrests. Couple that with the all-black cabin theme, and the cabin ends up looking and feeling smaller than it actually is. 

On the whole, the Swift is taking steps towards being a better family car. For a small family looking for a comfortable city runabout, the Swift is plenty sufficient. 

Boot Space

2024 Maruti Swift Review

Claimed boot space stands at 265 litres, down by 3 litres. However, usable space is roughly the same. It’s sufficient to carry four cabin-sized trolley bags. There’s 60:40 split seats too, in case you have more luggage to carry.

What’s improved is the access to the boot. The boot opening itself is wider and the bumper is now lower. This means you don’t have to lift those heavy bags to store them in the boot. 


The features list on the new Swift remains more or less similar to the outgoing vehicle. Highlights include:

  • keyless entry

  • push-button start stop

  • cruise control

  • automatic climate control + rear ac vents

  • automatic headlights

  • wireless phone charger

On the infotainment front, you now get Maruti’s staple 9-inch touchscreen that comes bundled with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It’s paired with a basic 6-speaker sound system that sounds strictly average. Consider upgrading the speakers if you are finicky about audio quality.

This screen also doubles up as the display for the reverse camera. Camera quality is average, and we wish dynamic guidelines were on offer. 

The instrument cluster features crisp analogue dials with a coloured 4.2-inch MID in the centre. This reads out the usual trip/fuel details and also has integration for direction updates via Google Maps (connected on Android Auto).

Maruti could have chosen to push the envelope a little, offering some feel-good features such as a sunroof, seat ventilation and possibly a 360-degree camera. A few basics such as an auto-dimming inside rear view mirror, front armrest and telescopic steering adjustment could’ve been included for the price it now commands. 


The new Swift gets 6 airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts, ABS with EBD, electronic stability control, hill-hold assist and 3-point seatbelts for all occupants as standard. The Swift also gets safety features such as rear parking sensors and a rear camera.


The Maruti Suzuki Swift comes with a single engine option, a 1.2 litre naturally aspirated 3-cylinder engine (Z12E) offered with a 5-speed manual transmission as standard with the option of a 5-speed automated manual transmission (AMT). The Swift is the very first car in Maruti Suzuki’s model range to get this engine that promises a fuel efficiency of 24.80-25.75kmpl (claimed, manual-AMT).

This engine has been tuned to focus on low-rev torque delivery in order to make city driving convenient and it shows. Getting up to 50 kmph is a breeze and light throttle inputs are sufficient to manage most of your commuting needs. In fact, most of your driving can be managed between 1500-3000 rpm and you can get up to 80 kmph very easily before feeling the need for stronger accelerator input. The engine also cruises around 2500 rpm in fifth gear at 100 kmph, so intercity drives won’t feel taxing on the engine through highways.

The Z12E is one of the smoothest 3-cylinder engines you’ll drive but it still is not as smooth or free-revving as the previous-generation Swift’s K12 engine. In stop-and-go traffic, some vibrations can be felt on the floor along with the pedals and initial throttle response could have been smoother. In this regard, the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios’ petrol engine feels a notch more polished. 

The manual transmission is very easy to use with a light clutch that helps make driving in bumper-to-bumper traffic less of a hassle. In fact, between the manual and AMT, we prefer the manual transmission. The AMT adds a layer of convenience and can be opted for if you have to deal with heavy traffic often. 

While the automatic transmission will take the stress off your left foot, you can feel the gears changing leading to a jerky motion while driving at low speeds. This can especially become an annoyance if you drive in hilly areas. The transmission, even in manual mode, doesn’t feel particularly smooth or quicker between gear changes than if you were to shift gears yourself with the manual transmission. 

Overall, the new Swift’s drive experience has not seen an upgrade in performance or usability compared to its predecessor but it still does a good job of delivering performance that’s very easy to use and will be friendly for first-time car buyers as well. Combine the engine’s low-rev performance with the super light controls, and the Swift still functions well as a comfortable daily commuter. 

Ride and Handling

2024 Maruti Swift Review

Ride quality in the new Maruti Suzuki Swift is comfortable. The suspension delivers good bump absorption and while sharper bumps can be heard in the cabin, passengers won’t feel them as much. The Swift’s high-speed stability is also comfortable, at least on smooth tar highways while surface changes can be more apparent on concrete roads. 

Note that this behaviour will change with a full passenger load wherein bumps, speed breakers and uneven roads will be felt more inside the cabin.

The Swift is an easy car to handle. The car’s light steering and relatively low weight make it enjoyable to drive on twisty roads and while we wouldn’t call this a car built for the enthusiast, it can be fun to drive.


2024 Maruti Swift Review

Objectively, the Swift delivers on its core promise as a compact city hatchback. It looks great, has enough space for a small family and their luggage and has the basics covered in terms of features too. It’s reassuring to see more safety features offered as standard too. 

Yes, you get a three-cylinder motor that’s down on power. But for your everyday commutes and occasional highway trips, the difference isn’t going to be a dealbreaker at the slightest. 

But (and this is a big but) if you expected the Swift to move goalposts and set new benchmarks, it’s going to underwhelm you. Maruti could have offered a richer cabin experience with better materials and a fatter features list. Similarly, global models feature hybrid tech and even a CVT, both of which the Indian model misses out on. 

The kicker is the price which is quite close to Maruti’s own Baleno and Fronx. Both of these are not just larger vehicles but also offer a little more value for money.

The biggest reason to get a Swift remains that you’d want nothing else but a Swift. 

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1.Servicing cost: the servicing cost of the maruti suzuki swift is generally considered to be affordable compared to other cars in its segment.Regular maintenance like oil changes, Filter replacements, And general check-ups are reasonably priced.It is recommended to follow the manufacturer's scheduled service intervals to ensure the longevity and performance of the vehicle.2.Comfort: the maruti suzuki swift is known for its comfortable and well-designed interiors.The seats are supportive and offer good cushioning, Making long drives enjoyable.The cabin is spacious and offers ample legroom and headroom for both front and rear passengers.The materials used in the interior are of decent quality, And the overall build quality is satisfactory for the price range.3.Driving experience: the maruti suzuki swift is popular for its engaging driving experience.It has a peppy engine that delivers good performance, Especially in city driving conditions.The steering is responsive and offers good feedback, Making it easy to maneuver through traffic.The suspension setup is well-tuned for a comfortable ride over rough roads while maintaining stability at higher speeds.The car's compact size and nimble handling make it fun to drive around corners and tight spaces.The maruti suzuki swift is a popular hatchback car manufactured by maruti suzuki india limited.It was first launched in 2005 and has since undergone several updates and facelifts.The car is available in both petrol and diesel variants and comes with a manual or automatic transmission.The latest version of the swift comes with a 1.2-liter petrol engine that produces 82 bhp of power and 113 nm of torque.It also has a mileage of around 23.2 kmpl.The car is known for its sporty design, Comfortable interiors, And excellent driving dynamics.

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24.8 - 25.75 Kmpl
22.35 Kmpl - 30.61 Km/Kg 18.8 Kmpl - 26.99 Km/Kg 23.56 Kmpl - 34.05 Km/Kg 20.01 Kmpl - 28.51 Km/Kg 19 Kmpl - 28.06 Km/Kg 22.41 Kmpl - 31.12 Km/Kg 19.2 Kmpl - 27.1 Km/Kg 17.38 Kmpl - 25.51 Km/Kg
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Maruti Swift Colours

Maruti Swift car is available in 17 exciting colours options like Pearl Arctic White With Pearl Midnight Black, Pearl Arctic White With Pearl Midnight Black, Luster Blue With Pearl Midnight Black Roof, Luster Blue With Pearl Midnight Black Roof, Sizzling Red/midnight Black, Sizzling Red/midnight Black, Pearl Arctic White, Pearl Arctic White, Metallic Sizzling Red, Metallic Sizzling Red, Prime Luster Blue, Prime Novel Orange, Prime Novel Orange, Metallic Magma Grey, Metallic Magma Grey, Prime Splendid Silver and Prime Splendid Silver.
  • Pearl Arctic White With Pearl Midnight Black
  • Pearl Arctic White With Pearl Midnight Black
  • Luster Blue With Pearl Midnight Black Roof
  • Luster Blue With Pearl Midnight Black Roof
  • Sizzling Red/midnight Black
  • Sizzling Red/midnight Black
  • Pearl Arctic White
  • Pearl Arctic White
  • Metallic Sizzling Red
  • Metallic Sizzling Red
  • Prime Luster Blue
  • Prime Novel Orange
  • Prime Novel Orange
  • Metallic Magma Grey
  • Metallic Magma Grey
  • Prime Splendid Silver
  • Prime Splendid Silver

Maruti Swift Mileage

The mileage of Maruti Swift starts from 24.8 Kmpl to 25.75 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of Swift Petrol Manual is 24.8 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Swift Petrol is 25.75 Kmpl.

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Questions & Answers on Swift

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Q. What brakes does Maruti Swift have?
  • The Maruti Swift comes with Ventilated Disc Brakes at Front wheel and Drum Brakes at Rear wheel.
  • Drum brakes
Q. What is the boot space of Maruti Swift?
  • The Maruti Swift has boot space of 265 litres.
Q. What is the fuel tank capacity of Maruti Swift?
  • The Maruti Swift has fuel tank capacity of 37 litres.
  • 42 litres
Q. What is the fuel efficiency of the Maruti Swift?
  • The ARAI claimed fuel efficiency is of 24.8 kmpl with the manual transmission and 25.75 kmpl with the AMT.
Q. What are the transmission options for the Maruti Swift?
  • The Maruti Swift offers a 5 speed manual and an AMT transmission.
  • IMT ,AMT
Q. What are some key features of the Maruti Suzuki Swift?
  • The key features of Maruti Swift include a 9 inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, wireless phone charging, a 4.2 inch info display, 6 speakers, rear AC vents, cruise control, automatic climate control, and keyless entry with push button start and stop.

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Maruti Swift FAQs

What is the price of top model of Maruti Swift?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti Swift is 9.59 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Maruti Swift in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Maruti Swift in Delhi is Rs. 12,555 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Maruti Swift?

The top 3 competitors of Maruti Swift are Maruti Baleno, Tata Punch and Maruti Dzire.

What is the ground clearance of Maruti Swift?

The ground clearance of Maruti Swift is 163 mm.

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