Maruti Suzuki Swift
Maruti Swift is a 5 seater hatchback car available at a price range of Rs. 5.19 Lakh to 8.02 Lakh in India. It is available in 7 variants and 6 colours. Maruti Swift comes with BS6 compliant petrol engine only. The Swift has a boot space of 268 litres while it's ground clearance is 163 mm. The petrol engine of Swift is a 1197cc unit which generates a power of 81.80bhp and a torque of 113nm. The Swift is available in 2 transmission options: manual and automatic. The mileage of Swift is 21.21kmpl.
Maruti Swift Latest Updates
Maruti Suzuki has launched a limited edition of the Swift which comes with blacked-out elements on the exterior as well as the interior, for a sportier look. These dealer-level accessories are offered across variants, at a premium of Rs 24,990. The regular Swift continues to be priced from Rs 5.19 lakh to Rs 8.02 lakh (ex-showroom).
The Maruti Suzuki Swift is available in four variants: LXI, VXI, ZXI, ZXI+. Colour options on offer are red, white, silver, grey, blue and orange.
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Maruti Swift Summary
|Engine :||1197 CC|
|Emission Norm Compliance :||BS VI|
|Mileage :||21.21 Kmpl|
|Fuel Type :||Petrol|
|Transmission :||manual / automatic|
|Seating Capacity :||5|
|Ground Clearance (Unladen) :||163 mm|
|Gear Box :||5|
|Max Torque :||113Nm@4200rpm|
|Fuel Capacity :||37 Liters|
|Minimum Turning Radius :||4.8 Meters|
|Length*Width*Height :||3840*1735*1530 mm^3|
|Rear Shoulder Room :||1265 mm|
|Boot Space :||268 Liters|
Maruti Swift Price
The price of Maruti Swift starts at Rs. 5.19 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 8.02 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Swift ranges between Rs. 5.19 Lakh to Rs. 8.02 Lakh. Maruti Swift is available in 7 variants and 6 different colours.
- Petrol (7 Variants) |
- Manual (4 Variants)
- Automatic (3 Variants)
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Swift
- Selecting a perfect car depends on certain factors such as your budget, ride quality, features required, brand preference, maintenance costs, etc. Maruti Suzuki Swift is back to its sporty roots, with the chassis tuned for handling than outright comfort. It is a big improvement on the old car but it's not quite the all-rounder it once was. Whereas, the Grand i10 Nios offers great build quality and interior fit and finish and is well-equipped with a lot of segment first features. As for the Figo, it misses out on bling and feels sober and less upmarket than its rivals. However, it offers an powerful diesel engine, comfortable ride quality, sporty driving traits and brilliant safety features including up to six airbags. Lastly, the Tiago is a small hatchback compared to the aforementioned options. But if you are looking for a small car with attractive styling, decent ride quality and brilliant build quality then it could be a good option. The 4-stars in Global NCAP speaks highly about safety. Now, as per your daily driving requirements, we'd suggest you to opt for the petrol engine. Selecting the right fuel type depends on your utility and average running of the car. If you drive less then 50km in a day then we recommend you to go with a petrol car as they are easy to maintain, have a longer life span and they cost less initially then the diesel car. On the other hand, diesel cars are preferred if the average daily run is more than 50km which makes it feasible purchase. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership. Read More: - Hyundai Grand i10 Nios vs Maruti Suzuki Swift: Petrol Variant Performance Comparison - Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Diesel vs Rivals: Performance Compared
- I am not an expert in this however let me try, I will not compare the variants, will just go by the common points.NIOS back seat is super comfy, Recline angle of rear seat gives you much better siting position. however sitting 3 adults at the back will be tussle. Driver seat with no adjustable head rest.Grand i10 Nios Interiors are based on Off White (very light grey - makes it kind of White Interior Feel) for Bright Family Kind of Feel Car. The 3D kind Dashboard Layout, Bigger 8 Inch Touchscreen and Gloss Black Finish on AC and Center Console makes Grand i10 Nios feels more Premium against Swift, which has all black interiors.Rear AC vents in NIOS.Recline angle of rear seat gives you much better siting position. however sitting 3 adults at the back will be tussle.suspension are really good.I am driving a NIOS AMT, the best thing what I like is the DRVM (Driver rear view monitoring system) which allows you to see what happening at the rear of your car, WHILE DRIVING!! cool feature.Music system is bassy as well, you will not complain about the sound quality.You will always get compliments from other regarding the cabin ambiance, it feels you are in a segment above car.Very light steering wheel, easy to drive in city.AMT is better that Tata and Maruti. Driving experience in not that enthusiastic however you are mostly using it for your daily commutes, there nothing much to worry.And lstly mileage, it’s around 12.2. to 13.5 in city traffic, highways: I haven’t driven it on highways yet :)NIOS gives you a sense of good build quality which Maruti does not. I am not a Maruti fan, but why they don’t sell those cars which they sell in Europe and other countries considering the safety standards.Lastly, I have considered NIOS AMT over Swift
- New Hyundai i10 grand nios is best in segment because it has more leg room at the rear passenger seat, good looking interior, it as more features than the other cars in this segment, engine is quiet refined and smooth. It has exciting features like wireless charging first in the segment, rear AC vents and many more. It is also the best city car and stable in highways. Value for money package. Sure it can beat Maruti Suzuki Swift.
- I think Yes,please see Top selling figures in all Months 2019-20
- For the pleasure of driving, old swift especially the diesel is best. The new swift is more spacious & more fuel efficient but compromises on driving pleasure.If you go, for old swift, remember maintenance will expensive, depending on the service history & quantum of replacement of parts.The following parts in swift diesel will require replacement between 8 to 10 years or above 1,50,000 km. Alternator, Turbo, intercooler, suspension, shock absorbers, clutch plates, cleaning injectors, timing belt, etcIt's always the best idea to go to a trustworthy, workshop, than going to company authorized workshops. Ensure that your trustworthy work shop uses genuine maruti parts which are easily available. Now my final take is that even if you purchase an old swift, diesel nearing 1,50,000 km which has done no replacements of the above parts, you will have to replace above mentioned parts from 1.6 K to 2 k, a total of 4 services that is every 10,000 km. The cost of replacing above parts during the next 4 services, that is grand total will be between ₹70,000 to ₹1 lakh.Maintenance of the petrol version will be much cheaper, but the clear winner is the diesel which gives 20 Km per litre on the highway with 5 passengers & AC on. Again when you buy an old swift diesel past 1.5 lakh km or between 8 to 10 years, keep in mind that, provided the previous owner had not replaced the above mentioned parts, you have to keep a budget of ₹70,000 to ₹ 1lakh for replacement of above parts over the next 4 services.If the previous owner had replaced the above parts, then it would be a bonanza for you. Also account for other consumables like tyres, batteries, AC servicing etc.
- New Dzire is good from all the angles because it gives you more features, more safety, and good average. And all around to that, New Dzire is a car which everyone wants to own it.So new Dzire is the best and good cat than the old Swift
- New swift
- Same vehicle with same engine, but top variant ZxI gets alloy wheels, tachometer, body colored bumpers & door handles, reverse sensor & camera, keyless entry, music system, & all the goodies, while all these are missing in Lxi. The VXi gets a few of the features of ZxI, but lacks music system, alloy wheels etc. Take your pick based on budget & your requirements.
- You can't upgrade your swift LXI By adding touch screen music player and mag wheel in top varient you will get tacho meter , seat with adjustable headrest , auto ac switches these things you cant buy in market in LXI inbuilt head rest seat feels like alto k10.
- The Zxi is the top version with more features than the vxi... the lxi has lesser features than the vxi... Pl. refer the comparison column in zigwheels. But petrol engines of all 3 versions are the same.
- I am not asking about technologies, AMT, CVT, DCT etc...I am asking about the actual driving experience of automatic transmission of cars available in India. Kindly submit specific answers otherwise don't cut and paste from Google. I want to know about automatic transmission of available cars test drived to tell which is better. I am not interested in other features of the car. The mere experience of driving automatically is to be road tested and accordingly the best car be suggested.
- Both cars have own expierience but as you asked in both I prefer that you must take test drive in both cars than decide if you ask my expierience i would tell that my expierience is Honda amaze why I told bcoz I love Honda from 1980 .maintaince cost will be high from Maruti company ,and most when you want to sell your Honda car you won't get amount in front of Maruti car.
- Depend on the number of features you want and the budget that you have. In my opinion the rivals are currently better than Swift in the price range. Also the safety of Maruti cars is not up to mark. The body panels are thinner than all of the rivals. Still if you want to go for a Swift. Go for the ZXI model as it has all the creature comforts.
- No ldi option now sir .its for tour(taxi) purpose only...it was a basic option before with a/c power steering...no power windows. vdi is almost like zdi(off topic but useful?)..with all top end features exceptleather steering cover..12 speakers..halogen lamps..split 40:60 rear seats...you can get an lxi!!
- The difference is that ldi is diesel varient and vdi too is a diesel varient both are diesel varient i. e both have diesel engines. ldi is a lower varient and vdi is higher varient so vdi will have more features than ldi.
- No power windows ( manual only) No tachometer ( you cannot know RPM, as turbo kicks in at 1500 to 1800 RPM), No fog lights, No body colored door handles etc on LDI, while Vdi has got it all.
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Editor's View of Maruti Swift
Enthusiasts car, without compromising on space, practicality and efficiency. Automatic transmission (AMT) offered with both petrol and diesel engines. Nicely loaded with features.
Ride is on the stiffer side. No AMT with the top-end Z+ variants. Wow features like LED headlights, DRLs, Smartplay infotainment system and automatic climate control, limited to Z+ variants.
The Maruti Suzuki Swift is back to its sporty roots, with the chassis tuned for handling than outright comfort. It is a big improvement on the old car but it's not quite the all-rounder it once was.
Swift Detailed Review
The Maruti Suzuki Swift needs ZERO introduction. Back when it was introduced in 2005, it totally changed the way we Indians perceived hatchbacks. It combined premiumness, a fun driving experience and practicality in a way that wasn’t done before. And it's been a hot ticket ever since, staying on the list of the top 5 highest selling cars in the country for well over a decade now. So when the third generation of the car is about to drop, it’s clearly a big deal. But has Maruti fiddled with the formula that made the Swift such a success?
New, but familiar
Clearly, this is a new Swift. Every design detail and shape has been changed. Still, it manages to retain a silhouette that is unmistakable for anything but a Swift. The front end is fairly familiar, as we’ve seen it before on the new Dzire. However, the Swift’s bumper and grille design are a bit different, and it’s missing the chrome elements from its sedan counterpart. And that makes the front of this new hatchback look a bit mundane. The LED headlights with LED DRLs do look great, but unfortunately, they’re only available on the Z+ variant. And the conventional headlights… well, they’re a bit too plain. The familiar Swift elements such as the flared wheel arches are there, but they now feel a bit better integrated into the car’s rounded shape. It does look pretty good from its side profile though, with its blacked out A and B pillars, and semi-blacked out C pillar. That gives it even more of a floating roof effect than before, and the body-coloured part of the C-pillar does have a lovely fin shape to it.
The top-spec Z+ variant also gets the 15” precision-cut alloy wheels, which if we’re being honest, look a bit chintzy. We really do prefer the more conventional look of the 15” alloys from the Z variant. The look at the back is most distinctive though, and that’s where it deviates the most from the Swift of old. The squared tail lights with their C-shaped LED strips look great and have a Mini-esque quality to them. Overall though, this new Swift doesn’t stand out amongst the crowd as much as the original one did - there’s little “wow” factor here. But the overall design is inoffensive and should have a fairly broad appeal.
Step into my parlour
The design philosophy of inoffensiveness makes a clear appearance in the interiors as well. No two-tone business here… it’s an all-business, all-black look. And we kinda like it. There are nice silver accents across the cabin, such as around the air-con vents and controls, around the instrument pods, on the steering and a bit along the dashboard. Speaking of the steering, this Swift gets a flat-bottomed unit, and that really adds a wonderful sporty touch. Adding to the sportiness is the centre console that’s tilted towards the driver by 5 degrees. You really do get the feeling that this is a driver-focused car.
The new air-conditioning controls have been revised too, and now feature a three-pod layout which looks pretty neat, but it’s just the Z and Z+ variants that get automatic climate control. And, it’s only the Z+ variant that gets the touchscreen infotainment with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and MirrorLink. All other variants have to make do with a fairly basic audio system with Bluetooth, aux and USB connectivity.
All grown up
No matter what angle you look at it from, this new Swift looks larger than its predecessor. Honestly, that’s because it is… for the most part. At 1735mm, it’s now 40mm wider than before, and even the wheelbase is now 2450mm - a whole 20mm longer. Surprisingly though, the overall length has gone down by 10mm. That doesn’t mean it has affected interior space in a negative manner though. A larger cabin and redesigned seats have not only allowed for more spacious seating in the front but one of the earlier Swift’s biggest woes - back seat knee room - has been thoroughly addressed as well. And while space at the back doesn’t feel at par with the likes of the Hyundai i20 or the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, both of which are billed as large hatchbacks, this new Swift can seat two adults at the back in absolute comfort. It is possible to get three people on the rear bench, thanks to an 8mm increase in rear shoulder room, but that will still have to be limited to shorter stints.
It’s not just that the cabin is more spacious, it even feels so. A larger window area at both the front and back really works wonders for the feeling of airiness in the car. At the front, the more vertically raked windscreen and the lower set dashboard provide great visibility. And that vertical A-pillar also makes for a much larger front door aperture, so getting in and out of the front seats is a much easier task than before (not that it was a problem on the outgoing Swift).
The other upshot of the redesigned cabin is improved boot space. At 268 litres, it’s nowhere close to that of the larger hatchbacks, but it’s still more than its direct segment rival, the Hyundai Grand i10, and represents a 64-litre improvement over its predecessor. That said, the loading lip is still high, requiring you to lift your luggage up a bit before placing it in the boot. And speaking of the boot, the spare wheel located under the floor is a 14-inch steel rim with 165/80 rubber, even on the top two trims which are equipped with 15-inch alloy wheels.
While occupants and their luggage will have a fine time in the car, their knick-knacks might not. Under the centre dash, there’s a cubby for mobile phones and other things, with two average-sized cup holders following it. But the cubby under the handbrake lever might prove to be a bit too small for larger mobile phones or phablets. Even the front door pockets can just about handle a 1-litre water bottle along with a few other narrow items. And on the rear doors, while we’re glad that there at least are bottle holders (the previous Swifts didn’t have any storage), they can only hold a half-litre bottle at best.
Comfort and convenience
Apart from increasing interior space, this Swift also comes with much-improved seats. The front two seats now have a larger base and are better contoured, making them a lot more comfortable than before. And they also feature plenty of side bolstering that does a great job of cocooning the front occupants in the seats, which proves to be extremely useful when throwing the car around corners. If we had to nitpick, we would’ve appreciated a little more under-thigh support, especially since the larger cabin would’ve allowed for slightly larger seats as well. But as they stand, we have no real complaints regarding the front seats. The steering wheel is only adjustable for tilt, not for reach, and while this might seem like a sore point for some, none of our staffers (of various heights) who drove the car faced an issue finding the perfect driving position.
At the rear, the seat base is a bit larger as well now, and the seat back has been canted backwards by 2 degrees. This makes the overall backseat experience in this new Swift a lot more comfortable as well. However, one aspect we think the rear cabin experience missed out on is A/C vents at the back - there are none!
Maruti says that they’ve worked on improving the Swift’s noise insulation and it really shows. At highway speeds, there’s very little engine and wind noise that penetrates the cabin, and even tyre noise is kept to acceptable levels. The improved cabin insulation is especially apparent in the diesel, where the motor’s typical clatter is barely perceptible in the cabin when running at reasonable speeds. And speaking of motors...
Powering this new Swift is Maruti’s tried-and-tested pair of four-cylinder petrol and diesel motors. These haven’t seen any change in terms of their output, with the 1.2-litre VVT petrol still producing 83PS @ 6000rpm and 113Nm @ 4200rpm. The 1.3-litre DDiS 190 diesel too makes the same 75PS @ 4000rpm and 190Nm @ 2000rpm. This might put off some who would’ve liked to see more powerful motors in this new car, but it actually feels peppier now. This increased performance is thanks to weight savings of up to 80kg over the previous car, giving these new Swifts a much better power-to-weight ratio. Maruti claims that the petrol is now about 10 per cent quicker to get from zero to 100kmph, while the diesel is about 8 per cent quicker, although we’re yet to verify these claims.
Both engines maintain their familiar behavioural traits, and we aren’t complaining. The petrol remains highly tractable, but low on poke at lower speeds. Get it revving beyond 3500rpm though, and this engine really wakes up with a raspy exhaust note that borders on sporty. If you’re in the mood for a bit of fast driving though, you kinda need to work the gearbox to keep this engine on the boil. But when you do, it’s an absolute hoot. To top it off, it’s supremely refined, and with such low NVH levels that when the car is idling, you often wonder if it’s even running.
The diesel is highly tractable too, and as before, a little slow on the uptake below 1800rpm. Once the turbo spools up, though, the diesel Swift swiftly picks up speed with that now-familiar surge of torque coming in and pulling you along. This DDiS unit retains its smoothness and refinement (for a diesel), but once you really get the motor revving, it becomes quite audible. And it’s not got a particular enjoyable note. Still, the diesel motor has plenty of grunt and we imagine it’s going to be the pick of the lot for a lot of buyers.
Honestly, we’re glad that Maruti has stuck to these motors. They’re not what you might call exciting, but they offer the best of a fun driving experience mixed with a healthy dose of sensibility. And they’re known to be quite efficient too, with claimed fuel economy figures of 22kmpl for the petrol and 28.4kmpl for the diesel.
Both the petrol and diesel models come with a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. This ‘box feels pretty similar to the one from the current Swift, offering a short throw and a fairly slick shifting action. However, we’ve been told that the fifth gear has been made a bit taller for a slightly higher top speed, all made possible thanks to the car’s improved power-to-weight ratio.
One big difference in the drivetrain now is that Maruti is offering both the petrol and diesel versions of the new Swift with an AMT gearbox, similar to the ones we’ve already experienced on the Ignis and Dzire. That said, it is tuned differently compared to those two. Where the Ignis’ auto ‘box feels quite aggressive and the Dzire’s feels very laidback, the one in this Swift strikes a great balance between sportiness and smoothness. Shifts are almost seamless when you’re driving along at an easy pace. This is all the more apparent in the petrol, where the refinement of the motor and the smoothness of the gear changes complement each other really well. You can feel the shifts, but only just a little, in the diesel though.
Can the throttle, and you can really feel this AMT gearbox hard at work. At high revs, the delay in the shifts can really be felt, leading to a bit of head nod. Again, this isn’t too apparent in the petrol motor but felt quite distinctly in the diesel. That said, this gearbox’s logic is quite solid. Under most driving conditions, with the gear selector in D, you’ll rarely feel that the transmission is selecting a wrong gear, or isn’t shifting up or down when it’s supposed to. But we did notice a minor niggle in the diesel AMT. When you almost come to a stop in traffic and start moving again, the gearbox tends to hold first gear till you cross 2000rpm. This makes the engine feel stressed for no reason, especially when it has the bottom end torque to carry off those speeds in second gear.
A lot of folks shun automatic gearboxes for sporty or aggressive driving. But slot this AMT into Manual mode, and you can have a lot of fun with it. In this mode, the gearbox will only automatically shift down if you drive at a speed slow enough to either heavily lug or stall the engine. But more importantly, it won’t shift up automatically even if you rev the engine (both petrol and diesel) till the limiter and keep it there. It absolutely relies on your command to shift up. And you can command the gearbox by pulling the gear selector backwards for upshifts and pushing it forwards for downshifts when slotted in M.
Even in M mode, shifts aren’t lightning quick by any means. But they let you assert good control over the car when you want to have a bit of fun. The only real issue with the AMT is that it’s available just on the V and Z variants, not the Z+ variant. So you need to choose between having all the bells and whistles or having an automatic gearbox.
The original Swift quickly became a hit amongst enthusiasts thanks to its brilliant handling abilities. Its chuckable nature made it a lot of fun to throw around corners, and it was reasonably planted through the turns as well. Sadly, these nippy handling characteristics of the car were watered down in the second generation model, in a bid to make it more “family friendly”. But we’re really glad to say that this new Swift brings back the original’s handling prowess, and then some.
The new Heartec chassis and revised suspension all around have made the Swift a much more able handler than it ever was. You can just throw it into a corner and the car responds with gusto. Turn the steering and the nose rapidly points exactly where you wanted it to. But the bigger surprise here is that no matter how fast you enter a corner, there is absolutely no sign of understeer - the Swift just holds its line. There is no sign of wallowing through the bends either, thanks to the new suspension setup. And even the Bridgestone Ecopia tyres (185/65 R15 on the Z and Z+ variants) do a great job of providing plenty of grip. They do tend to make a bit of squealing noise when you go really hard on the brakes though, but that’s the only real drama they throw your way.
Even on the brakes, the chassis maintains its composure really well, giving you the confidence to drive harder and faster. In our short drive up and down the winding roads at Aamby Valley, the only limiting factor of how fast this Swift could corner was our own ability… and courage.
The only slight concern here was the lack of feedback from the steering. It’s a real struggle to figure out what the front wheels are doing - something that has been the scene with the second generation Swift as well. This vague front feel was alleviated a little on the diesel variant, thanks to a bit more weight on the front end. With this Swift, you have to learn to trust the chassis too, but when you do, it really pays off.
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But the Swift’s great handling ability has come at a cost, and that is ride quality. The suspension setup feels much firmer than before, and this might not sit well with those looking for a comfortable family hatchback. In that sense, the ride quality almost feels “European” in its nature. You can feel almost every surface imperfection and undulation on the road through the seat of your pants, and as a rumbling in the cabin. Thankfully though, it takes really sharp bumps for the suspension to hit its stops and translate into a ‘thud’ in the cabin. Most types of broken surfaces, as long as you take them at reasonable speeds, don’t feel backbreaking and the Swift is able to maintain its composure really well.
So is this new Swift a car that we’d recommend to everyone? Maybe not. The Swift has grown up in many ways, making it a more practical car than before, thanks to improved equipment, space and features. Of course, we expect it to demand a slight premium over the current car thanks to all of this.
However, it’s clear that the intention here has been to take the car back to its sportier roots. The stiff ride quality itself would be enough to put off those looking for a sedate family hatchback. However, its appeal to enthusiasts is undeniable. It’s one of the most fun to drive hatches you can get today, just like how the original one was. In that sense, the Swift is back baby!
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Swift vdi with superb drive with excellent condition with good milage.I like vdi diesel of swift for its puch drive and fun to drive.I get confidence in driving this car with great pleasure.No problem in power and mileage in taking family in long drives.
I have never seen any car comfortable like swift... Comfortable and mileage as well as full safety car... Overall the best car ever
By styling wise.. no car can compete with swift in terms of hatchback category..But performance wise not that much good in highways.. Over noise in engine if we reach 110 or more than that.. not worthy for money when compare with previous version swift.. person who seeking for mileage can for swift blindly..
Ddis engine is mind blowing performance with good mileage.Less maintenance cost.One of the most reliable diesel engines powering more then 20 cars.Overall a fine car however i'm not satisfied on its safety and that concerns me a lot.
Good pick up and smooth driving. Easy to drive zxi amt.Comparing with breaking for normal variant and amt variant.For amt variant breaking is good .Over all performance is good.
My diesel powered swift 2013 is probably the best hatchback car I have ever owned. The reason I say so is because even after driving it for more than 170000 kms, the car still feels fun to drive. Moreover it is an economic option with less service costs and average fuel economy I get of about 21 kmpl. Moreover Maruti's great after sales service experience, the quality of service/repairs offered and vast network of service centers really helps. The only time I had to spend some money was in the events of tires and battery replacements. Although there are no high end features to brag about this car, the feature list is simply practical and just enough for a good driving experience. In my view, the only features this car must offer more is wider tires and cruise control. Also, Maruti should offer BS 6 diesel engines in new cars and if this happens, I think swift will be an even more fun to drive car.
I have clocked 260K KM's in last 10 years with 1.3L Petrol Engine. Just 1 clutch plate change @ 120K KM with tyre change @ every 80K KM's. Only 1 time front and back suspension change and other minor mechanical wear and tear changes. I cannot be happier than this that even after 10 years of life cycle, 260K KM's, its going strong and I believe will be able to clock anywhere around 400K Km's by next 2-3 years.I'm addicted to this car and unable to change to new one just because of sheer driving pleasure and ultra low cost maintenance.This car is just amazing......
The first gen swift is considered as one of the most fun to drive hatchbacks in India . My swift , dispite being a diesel, is no exception . It handles great, has a punchy mid range and decent braking too. The things which it misses-out on are most of the creature comforts which are found even in much cheaper car today. My Swift is a 2011 model year and still, the feature list dates back to the 90's.I still love the car as it has a soul, a happy and energetic nature which is hard to find in cars now-a-days !
The swift is an most conveniante an best handling car for the beginers.. It offers more features like push button start, automatic climate control, touchscreen infotainment system and also provides an fun to drive experience to its owners, the millege is phenomenal in this segment I think bcoz it offers 24km millege in highway. Overall it satisfies the all things for beginners. And safety features also implemented in this car ex...ABS, EBD, airbags such I preety excited about this factors of my swift
1. Its a family vehicle. good for city drives. comfy till an extend for a long trips... have traveled a maximum of 9000 km in a strech. 2. the best thing is that it is easy to maintain.. the maintenance cost is low.. everything stays within the budget.3. the negative side is the lag.. seats and the steering wheel.4. mileage is good....pickup for that segment is easy-to-go.....build quality is baad..... no vibrations till 110-120 kmph.... features are also okay.5. after sale value is high...
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Maruti Swift FAQs
What is the price of Maruti Swift Top Variant?
The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti Swift is 8.02 Lakh (Delhi).
What is the mileage of Maruti Swift?
The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti Swift is 21.21 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Swift.
What is the EMI of Maruti Swift in Delhi?
The EMI for the base variant of Maruti Swift in Delhi is Rs. 10,040 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.
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What is the boot space in Maruti Swift?
The boot space in Maruti Swift is 268 L. View full specification of Swift
What is the ground clearance of Maruti Swift?
The ground clearance of Maruti Swift is 163 mm.
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