Comes with some sporty decals on the outside, similar upholstery on the inside and more kit as standard
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Maruti Suzuki has given the current-gen Swift a last hurrah before the all-new model replaces it next year. In its last stint, Maruti Suzuki has launched a Limited Edition of the Swift at a starting price of Rs 5.45 lakh for the petrol-powered variant. The diesel-fed one, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 6.40 lakh (both prices ex-showroom Delhi). At these prices, the petrol-powered car slots between LXI Optional (O) and VXI variants and the diesel one falls between the LDI (O) and VDI variants.
What’s special about these special editions? On the outside, the roof, hood and the doors get funky decals to make it stand out. On the inside, a colour scheme similar to that of the decals has been carried over to the upholstery, including dual-tone seat covers and steering wheel cover. Also, there are new floor carpets and unlike the LXI and LDI variants, the Limited Edition comes with rear power windows as well. There is also a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Maruti Suzuki says that even the speakers have been beefed up to deliver some “extra bass”.
Mechanically, the Limited Edition variants remain exactly the same as the standard ones. Both petrol and diesel engines come mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. And while the former produces 84PS/115Nm, the latter pumps out 75PS/190Nm. Both engines are quite frugal too. The petrol engine returns a claimed mileage of 20.4kmpl, while the diesel is good for 25.2kmpl.