Q. Which is better option ignis 1.2AMT DELTA or swift Vxi AMT?
| 1 year ago
Maruti Ignis Delta ticks all the basic features & gets some more, value for money in Ignis line-up. As it gets wheel covers (still no alloys), turn signal on ORVM (outside rear view mirror), dual-tone dashboard, tachometer, audio with CD and FM, Bluetooth, USB and 2 speakers, steering-mounted control and audio remote control, remote keyless entry, electrically adjustable ORVM, day/night IRVM (inside rearview mirror), rear height adjustable restraint, rear seat 60:40 split, rear power windows and security alarm. On the other hand, he Swift’s V variant is the one that fulfils the needs of most of the buyers since it ticks all the right boxes. But a jump of Rs 88,000 for the basic amenities over the base variant is a bit on the higher side. If you okay to own a Swift minus electrically adjustable ORVMs, steering controls and height adjustable driver’s seat, we’d recommend you to go for the base variant and get power windows, central locking, keyless entry, and audio system fitted from Maruti Suzuki. These might not cost you over Rs 35,000. Get seat covers as well and you’ll still save some money. Swift AMT buyers should also try to stretch their budget and go for the Z variant. Click on the link to compare: https://bit.ly/2wKLv9S
| 2 months ago
Engines are same for both. If you wish to put your budget down, then IGNIS would be good choice.
In spite of our test car being equipped with a convenience-spec automated manual transmission, the Ignis petrol is quite a hoot to drive. The 1.2-litre K-Series motor has a nice thrummy engine note, and you’ll enjoy revving it up to its 6,000rpm redline. Power delivery is linear, and the tug gets stronger as you move past the 2500rpm mark. That’s also where the lag from the AMT stops bothering you, and lets you utilise all 90PS and 115Nm. Slam the pedal down to the floor, and the gearbox doesn’t hesitate dropping a couple of gears if need be. The best bit is that it auto blips the motor to give you smoother (and quicker) roll-on acceleration. The gearbox holds the revs right up to the redline, and the shifts become a tad too noticeable as well. If you really plan on giving it the beans, we’d recommend switching over to manual mode and momentarily taking your foot off the A-pedal during the upshifts. That practically negates the head nod associated with AMT gearboxes. The shift shocks are minimal when you’re ambling about with a light right foot. The K-Series also sips with a pinched straw in this case – it returned 14.65kmpl inside the city and an impressive 21.89kmpl on the highway run. It is a fairly well-balanced package for something that targets a niche. It is just as friendly, easy to drive and easy on the wallet as any other Maruti hatchback on sale, with an added dose of flair.
| 2 months ago
Completed 2 year and now getting mileage of 20kmpl on highway. No cabin noise, easy to drive on road or off road also.
| 6 months ago
I have zeta ignis AMT according to this car I can say the Delta is also the best car in AMT version, it is very easy to drive,without any tension,you may purchase this car without any tension.