The Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift has dispatched, with costs going from Rs 5.73-8.41 lakh (ex-display area, Delhi). As a feature of the mid-lifecycle update, the third-gen hatchback gets changes to the styling. Alongside an all the more remarkable yet parsimonious petroleum motor.
Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift: Dual Jet motor presented
The greatest change to the 2021 Swift is in the engine. The old 83hp, 1.2-liter K12 motor supplanted by an all the more remarkable 90hp 1.2-liter Dual Jet petroleum unit that presented in the Dzire a year ago. Force yield, however, stays indistinguishable, at 113Nm. The new unit additionally brings a beginning/stop work that assists with promoting support efficiency. The refreshed Swift presently has an ARAI figure of 23.20kpl in the manual rendition and 23.76kpl in the programmed adaptation, as against the active vehicle’s 21.21kpl. Gearbox choices incorporate a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT unit.
Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift: what’s happening outwardly?
Moving to the plan, the 2021 Swift gets minor corrective changes over the active model. In advance, the cross lattice grille has changed and now gets a chrome highlight. Round the back, little has changed over the active model.
Maruti Suzuki currently additionally offers three double tone choices on the top-spec Swift. The shading alternatives accessible incorporate a Pearl Arctic white body with a dark rooftop, Solid Fire red body with a dark rooftop and a Metallic Midnight blue with a white rooftop.
Maruti Suzuki Swift facelift: what’s happening within?
Moving to the inside, the seats get updated textures upholstery. Regarding hardware, the 2021 Swift VXi gets another sound head unit that highlights plume contact controls for volume and track change. As in the past, the unit gets Bluetooth, USB and AUX availability.
The completely stacked model, in the mean time, presently accompanies voyage control, shaded MID and auto collapsing ORVMs. Likewise, a greater part of the unit is persisted from the more established model, with the completely stacked model proceeding to pack in LED headlamps, a 7.0-inch touchscreen, keyless section and go, auto environment control, back see camera and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. The framework additionally offers live traffic refreshes through the Smartplay Studio versatile application.
Rivals of Maruti Suzuki Swift
The refreshed Maruti Swift is an immediate adversary to the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios (Rs 5.19-7.87 lakh^) and the Ford Figo (Rs 5.64-7.09 lakh^). Likewise sitting inside a comparative value section is the Renault Triber (Rs 5.20-7.50 lakh), which offers the extra adaptability of three columns of seats.
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