Yes. Maruti Swift available in petrol engine option.
Q. Which is best, Petrol or diesel in Swift?
| 2 months ago
I depends on person to person as some people love torque and some love performance both are equally good but if your running is minimal 25+ km/day then go diesel less than 20 km/day or use car 2 3 days in a week then go for petrol as it cost you almost 1.5 + lesser and after driving 50 k to 60k km you would spend 3 lakhs on fuel and services cost of petrol engine is also less do some math spend some time and calculate which is cheaper and more economical go for that and don't spend more money than required you can use the spare money some were else it is precious and rest is your choice
| 1 day ago
For petrol lovers, None can break their trust in petrol cars, even though electric cars & CNG cars are the future.For those addicted to Diesel torque like me, will settle for nothing less than a Diesel. Both swift petrol & Diesel are good enough, but as a thumb rule, if you drive more than 50 km a day or 15,000 to 20,000 km per year, if you carry full load of passengers or heavy luggage, use full blast of AC all the time, go for diesel swift.
| 1 month ago
It depends on the driving patterns & average daily distance traveled. A thumb rule is, annual travelling of over 15,000 km is economical to buy a Diesel car. However, as price of diesel & petrol now are very close, its better to go for a Petrol version for lesser environmental pollution as well as good engine life.
Bro, i do not know about using CNG in Swift. But have seen cars
like Maruti 800 and Alto using CNG. First the newfuel system will show affect on the pick up of the car on an
instant note. And when full laden i.e occupied with passengers, the car doesn't even go beyond 40 KMPH when
the AC is fully on and when you press the accelerator pedal down to the ground. That means it might prove
light on your pocket when it comes to fuel expenses, but will surely affect the performance of the car right
from the day the kit gets installed. So, beware of such repercussions.
| 3 months ago
Company fitted cng kit is not available however aftermarket kit can be installed in it.
| 1 month ago
Not till date .petrol can get it fitted 50000rdno factory fitted now in market.
Q. Please suggest which car to buy between Swift petrol automatic or Swift diesel Auto?
| 1 year ago
Petrol cars are always reliable for long term use. If you want to keep the car for more than 4-5 years, then go for petrol. Otherwise go for a diesel model if you want more mileage and your daily commute is more than 40 kms per day. As the price of petrol and diesel is almost same fuel costs will be almost same on your pocket. But if mileage is taken into account, Diesel vehicles give 4-5 kms more mileage than a petrol car. However, diesel cars do have a tendency of showing problems after 2-3 years of use. The problems can vary from mechanical to electronics failure. My neighbor has a Farm house in outskirts of the city and her daily commute is more than 60kms per day. So, she always opts for a diesel car. She owns a Toyota Innova and the car shows all sorts of troubles every now and then. For first two years of her drive the car was great. But then it showed all sorts of trouble. My bother is that she always borrows my swift car as she finds power steering drive more easy when her car is under repair. And i am left with no option rather than to drive my Maruti 800 to office.
| 1 month ago
People who use car more than 30 to 50 kms a day or more can opt for diesel..others petrol...if you are in city and hates frequent gear shift go for an automatic..if you tell to choose between the two automatic versions I will recommend petrol ...long term reliability. is there.
| 1 year ago
It depends on your daily commute. If it is more than 30 kms/day then go for a diesel car. Otherwise a petrol car is sufficient. Also petrol cars maintenance is easy and you can keep them for long term.