Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Maruti Swift comes in. There are 9 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the LXi version. The number of manual versions are 5 while the number of automatic trims are 4. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|LXiPetrol,Upto 21.21,Manual||₹ 5.73 Lakh|
|VXiPetrol,Upto 21.21,Manual||₹ 6.36 Lakh|
|VXi AMTPetrol,Upto 21.21,Automatic||₹ 6.86 Lakh|
The Maruti Swift is one of the 15 different models from the house of Maruti Suzuki. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 573000 and buyers can pick from as many as 9 different versions. The transmission options on the Maruti Swift include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Swift offers a max power of 83PS@6000rpm. Some of the main rivals include Renault Kiger and NIssan Magnite.
The car has amazing features and perfect for family.
I am using a 2016 Swift VXi which has more than 1lakh kilometres on the odo. The car has been converted to CNG as the fuel economy from the 1.2-L petrol motor was not very impressive and stood at around 10-12 KMPL in city usage. So far, I have faced no issues with the car and the car has been very reliable. The build quality of the Swift could have been better but the interiors feel nice and comfortable. The seats at the front are comfortable but the rear seat space could have been better. The steering feels responsive and the car is extremely agile but tends to get a little unstable when pushed hard. The brakes too should have been better and these do not have adequate stopping power. The after sales support is decent but I get my car serviced outside as the service centre people do not perform all the tasks since my car as an external CNG kit.
I am using a second gen Maruti Swift which I bought in 2015. The car is powered by the 1.3-L DDis engine which is refined and smooth. The odo of the car stands at around 50 thousand kilometres and so far, I have had no issues with the car. The design of the Swift looks impressive and makes it look bulky and big. The interiors too are comfortable but the low seating makes ingress and egress a little too difficult for the older people. With this being said, I think the Swift is a great car and is very economical to be used in the longer run. The after sales support from Maruti has been decent so far and I have had no issues. The average service cost for this vehicle stands at around Rs seven to eight thousand per service.
I have a 2018 Maruti Swift which has about 40 thousand kilometres on the odo. I live in an area where the roads are not in bad condition and the swift handles them effortlessly. The Swift is a nice looking vehicle and has reliable and robust components which make it a great car for family usage. The seats at the front are comfortable and driving this car for long distance is not a difficult task. The 1.2-L K Seris petrol engine mated to the slick shifting five speed manual gearbox makes it a great car to drive in almost all situations. The performance output from this motor is great while the fuel economy delivered by this is respectable as well. The Swift gives me around 15-16 KMPL which is not bad in my opinion. The after sales support of the brand so far has been great and all the issues are handled by the technicians effortlessly. The build quality of the car however should have been better.
Solid Fire Red
Prime Lucent Orange
Pearl Arctic White
Competent House,F-14, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Khasra No 87/3,87/8,87/13/1 Village Ghevra Rohtak road, New Delhi
F 1/189, Malviya Nagar, Savitri Nagar, Panchsheel, New Delhi
Plot No. 94, Sec-20, Marble Mkt., Dwaraka,, New Delhi
Inderprastha metro station,mahatma Gandhi marg,opp. WHO office, New Delhi