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Mileage25.2 kmpl
Service Cost Rs 4,718 /yr
 
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Engine1248 cc 
BHP74
 
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Power SteeringYes
 
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Duration 5 years
EMIRs 14,400
 
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Swift highlights


August 30, 2016: Maruti Suzuki had introduced the mid-life update of the second-generation Swift in the country in October 2014. The facelifted version came with subtle aesthetic improvements along with a few additional features – such as push-button engine start-stop, reverse parking sensors, electronically foldable outside rear-view mirrors, Bluetooth phone integration, and others – over the previous version. There were subtle changes to the front bumper as well; and it came with new upholstery. Mechanically, the Swift’s fuel efficiency was improved by 10 per cent with the mid-life update and, to deliver it, its existing (1.2-litre petrol and 1.3-litre diesel) engines were tweaked slightly. After the introduction of the facelift, over the course of two years, Maruti has come up with a few special editions of the Swift, and the latest one is the Swift ‘Deca’. It was showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo and the petrol and diesel – the VXi and the VDi – versions are priced at Rs 5.94 lakh and Rs 6.86 lakh, respectively. 

Maruti Swift price list (Variants)

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LDI
1248 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.2 kmpl
Rs 5.97 Lakh*
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LDI Optional
1248 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.2 kmpl
Rs 6.17 Lakh*
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VDI Glory Limited Edition
1248 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.2 kmpl
Rs 6.33 Lakh*
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VDI
1248 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.2 kmpl
Rs 6.44 Lakh*
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VDI Deca
1248 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.2 kmpl
Rs 6.33 Lakh*
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VDI Optional
1248 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.2 kmpl
Rs 6.57 Lakh*
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ZDi
1248 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 25.2 kmpl
Rs 7.44 Lakh*
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1.2 DLX (Only Delhi)
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 4.81 Lakh*
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LXI
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 4.76 Lakh*
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LXI Option
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 4.81 Lakh*
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LXI Optional-O
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 5.01 Lakh*
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VXI Glory Limited Edition
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 5.4 Lakh*
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VXI
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 5.52 Lakh*
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VXI Deca
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 5.4 Lakh*
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VXI Optional
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 5.72 Lakh*
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ZXI
1197 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmpl
Rs 6.37 Lakh*
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Range Extender
1197 cc,  Manual, Electric(Battery), 20.4 km/full charge
Rs 6.17 Lakh*
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    I own a Maruti Swift for the past 5 years. I bought it when there was no good competitor in the race, unlike today. I will like to share my overall experience with the car.I found the car nice when I took a test drive. The power delivery is good and the engine noise is also not that loud. Interiors were also good at that time. Swift, since its introduction is known for its sporty looks so that was another reason for my inclination towards the car. But I will like to say things did not remain the read more 53

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    The car has got decent looks. I liked the ambience inside. Drive quality was not that good. I had heard a lot about the Swift but it did not match the expectations. The start stop push button gives you an elite feeling but as soon I started the car, I did not like the engine sound. I found the Figo better.Even at high rpms, I was waiting for some power but it did not happen. The interiors are good but then again the Polo has got better quality. For someone who wants to seat three people on the b read more 47

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    Maruti Swift LDI BS IV

    I am a software engineer and was looking for a suitable car for me. After a lot of research, I decided to go with the proven and potent Maruti Swift ZDI. I bought it 2 months back and already have driven it around 7k kilometers. The first thing that drives your attention towards the Swift is its compact and dynamic design style with some groovy curves. The slot like front grille with Suzuki emblem and huge verticle headlamps is what that attracts me the most. I spend around Rs. 7 lakhs on it but read more 32

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  • Pearl Arctic White

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  • Mysterious Violet

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Maruti Swift mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel20.9 kmpl 25.2 kmpl
Petrol15.6 kmpl 20.4 kmpl

Maruti Swift review

Introduction:

Maruti Suzuki has long occupied the top spot in the Indian auto space. Cars such as the Alto 800 and the Alto K10 captured the needs of the Indian masses. The Swift goes to show how the company excels in its understanding of the Indian market. This is a vehicle that has hit the right note with the Indian audiences, offering the right balance between quality and price. Released a few years ago, it has performed better in the market than most people back then would have foreseen, and we're here to examine all we can get about the vehicle to find out why.

Pros:

1. Its cost of ownership is reasonable. 

2. Interior environment goes well with the masses. 

Cons:

1. The legroom for the second row could be improved.

2. Its engine specs are inferior to class rivals.

Stand-Out Features:

1. The stereo system that comes along with radio and CD charger is a great ride bonus.

Overall:

The Swift is offered in four variants, of both petrol and diesel trims. For the petrol version is a K-Series petrol engine, while on the diesel front is a 1248cc DDiS motor. Most people would find the interiors to be just what's needed, with some mediocre style that isn't overdone. Comfort is solidified with many functions ranging from adjustable seats, an accessory socket, power windows, Bluetooth system and many more. When you take stock of the vehicle and its reception, one can't help but think that this is just the type of model needed to pacify the Indian auto-stock every few years.

Exteriors:

The vehicle has been crafted with a sporty demeanour, and we thought that the company had given it just the tone that audiences today love. Nevertheless, one can spot influences of other models on this one, and this does bring a more favourable aura.

The large black grille at the front animates the face, with the Suzuki emblem at the focus of the face. On either side, the headlamp clusters stream upwards in a wave like design, and we thought they brought a more unique theme to the front profile.

The large air dam at the bottom of the face invites a more well-integrated image at the front, with fog lamps by the corner. The hood drapes down towards the front skirts, clean and wide without design lines.

Meanwhile, the side is given its prominence with the gentle fenders, and the body coloured door handles and mirrors. The well crafted steel wheels do stir some fervour in the look, along with the gentle wheel arches around them. The black highlight on the window frames are also good.

The side profile comes without the character lines that are often present in cars these days, and we appreciated the distinctive look this gave to the machine.

The rear portion has been given more muscle, and this renders a more balanced look for the model. The tail-lamps at the rear slide outwards towards into the side, and the intricate designing on them improves the look.

Fine body cladding runs over the the rear, while the massive bumpers at the rear add a more bold effect to the overall design.

Interiors:

We thought that the interiors were done up well, although some might feel that the space could have been improved. The front bench offers plenty of legroom, but taller members of our team felt slightly congested at the rear. Nevertheless, there is ample space for your head and shoulders in here.

The heavy black interiors might not go well with some, but we personally felt it was great. At the front, the large dashboard stretches over the front, with the glovebox area drooping down towards the passengers' legs.

The centre console hosts a stereo unit that comes with a small display screen, and buttons by the side. Controls to the air conditioning system have been poised below this.

A small storage unit is present on the floor console, so that the driver and the co passenger can reach for it without hassle. We thought that the 3-spoke steering wheel was good to hold, and easy to operate with. The Suzuki emblem rests at the centre of the wheel, and contrasting silver highlights also hone the look.

Positioned within the line of sight of the driver ahead of the wheel is the instrument cluster that hosts a tachometer and a speedometer, both of which come with apt illumination.

The seats have been given a good ergonomic structure, and you're sure to face little strain during the ride. Headrests further boost safety and comfort for the occupants. The upholstery is decent, but the lack of leather might lower the standard for some.

Performance:

Diesel:

For diesel versions, there is a DDiS engine that displaces 1248cc. The mill consists of 4 cylinders and 16 valves incorporated together. The company has also armed the motor with a fixed geometry turbocharger that comes along with an intercooler. Fuel delivery takes place through a common rail direct injection. We thought that the specs were decent for its class, with a power of 74bhp at 4000rpm, along with a torque of 190Nm at 2000rpm. The engine's prowess is channelled through a 5-speed manual gearbox. The engine noise is kept well tamed at all speeds, so that highway cruises are also a noise free, peaceful affair. The throttle response is great, and the gear shifting makes the experience even smoother. 

Petrol:

For the petrol side, there is a K-series motor that comes along with the VVT system. It displaces 1197cc, and gives 83.11bhp of power at 6000rpm, and 115Nm of torque at 4000rpm. It has a naturally aspirated air changing system, while a multipoint fuel injection system ensures smooth fuel delivery. The engine has been coupled to the same 5-speed manual gearbox as the diesel variant. The cruising capacity is solid, while the clutch and the gear shifter lighten the driver’s load. You’d have an easy time reaching speeds of nearly 150kmph, and this is more than we’d usually ask for petrol. This engine thrusts the car to high speeds easier and quicker than the diesel variant, but high speeds might make the driver jittery with this mill. 

Ride and Handling:

A combination of ventilated discs and drums fortify the vehicle's braking mechanism. Meanwhile, a McPherson strut has been rigged onto the front axle, with a torsion beam at the rear. We thought that the overall ride was comfortable enough, and irregularities on the road are handled well by the vehicle. Cornering and turning were also a pleasant affair, although high speeds increase hassle during the same. The electronic power steering makes the experience even better, and you're sure to take note of the quick steering response.

Safety:

The safety facet was at par with segment rivals, but we thought the presence of ABS and EBD was a bonus. Reverse parking sensors, airbags for the front occupants, a brake assist feature, 3-point ELR front seatbelts and a security alarm system ensure peace of mind for the passengers. Also present is a dual horn, a high mounted stop lamp, side door impact beams, head restraints and many more features.

Variants:

The model series has four variants, LXi LXi(O), VXi and ZDi. The base variant, LXi comes with some basic features, and most people might not find this appeasing. Body coloured bumpers, front 2-speed intermittent wipers, an instrument cluster, a light off reminder buzzer, a low fuel warning lamp, a digital clock and many more nominal facilities bring some comfort home with this variant. The LXi(O) has the same list as the first. Next, the VXi spruces the experience up a little, with a stereo unit that comes with CD player and radio, intelligent speed based audio volume feature, Aux-In and USB facilities, front fog lamps, and OVRMs with turn indicators. The top end trim, ZDi come with a sprawling list that includes a map lamp, Bluetooth and Audio switches in the steering wheel, a front seat belt adjuster, rear window defogger, rear washer and wiper, and an electromagnetic back door opener. We'd recommend the base variants if you're not looking for too much jazz within the vehicle, and would prefer a cheaper price tag. For people who insist on comfort and entertainment, we'd say the top end trims would suit you better. Meanwhile, for those of you looking for something in between, there's always the mid range trims.

Verdict

The swift is just the type of car that people of this country would love. It delivers a good ride experience without eating up too much cash, and it comes with some strong western influences for the new generation. On the downside, however, the vehicle's engine specs might let some down, while its considerable lack of lavishness sets it behind other models. We'd tell you this, if you're looking for a car to get you from home to office and vice versa with some good comfort along the way, then you might find a good companion in this model. If you're the type that needs over-the-top luxury and comfort, and can afford it, another model would suit you best.

Maruti Swift price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata Find On Road Price in Your City
LDI
(Diesel)
5,96,555 6,10,567 6,31,811 6,15,361 6,14,931 6,16,718 6,35,248   Get On Road Price  
LDI Optional
(Diesel)
6,16,992 6,31,368 6,53,473 6,36,161 6,14,023 6,37,518 6,56,552   Get On Road Price  
VDI Glory Limited Edition
(Diesel)
6,32,793 6,63,732 6,77,395 6,65,777 6,64,157 6,67,256 6,75,164   Get On Road Price  
VDI
(Diesel)
6,44,404 6,75,549 6,95,723 6,77,594 6,76,105 6,79,073 6,98,904   Get On Road Price  
VDI Deca
(Diesel)
6,32,793 6,63,732 6,83,416 6,65,777 6,65,140 6,67,256 6,75,164   Get On Road Price  
VDI Optional
(Diesel)
6,56,665 6,88,028 7,08,719 6,90,073 6,88,722 6,91,552 7,11,684   Get On Road Price  
ZDi
(Diesel)
7,43,958 7,64,097 7,84,221 7,62,625 7,62,057 7,64,104 7,86,217   Get On Road Price  
1.2 DLX (Only Delhi)
(Petrol)
4,80,927 - - - - - -   Get On Road Price  
LXI
(Petrol)
4,75,616 4,91,405 5,04,929 4,90,217 4,91,491 4,91,272 4,98,258   Get On Road Price  
LXI Option
(Petrol)
4,80,926 4,95,485 5,09,177 4,94,297 4,94,893 4,95,351 5,11,724   Get On Road Price  
LXI Optional-O
(Petrol)
5,01,103 5,16,020 5,30,563 5,14,832 5,15,656 5,15,886 5,32,786   Get On Road Price  
VXI Glory Limited Edition
(Petrol)
5,40,256 5,49,264 5,59,383 5,47,950 5,48,496 5,49,130 5,56,679   Get On Road Price  
VXI
(Petrol)
5,51,716 5,60,929 5,76,504 5,59,616 5,60,291 5,60,795 5,78,863   Get On Road Price  
VXI Deca
(Petrol)
5,40,255 5,49,264 5,64,356 5,47,950 5,49,305 5,49,130 5,56,679   Get On Road Price  
VXI Optional
(Petrol)
5,71,890 5,81,461 5,97,887 5,80,148 5,81,050 5,81,327 5,99,892   Get On Road Price  
ZXI
(Petrol)
6,36,601 6,54,911 6,74,175 6,53,777 6,55,148 6,54,777 6,75,004   Get On Road Price  

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