Maruti Suzuki Swift

Swift is a Hatchback car from Maruti Suzuki. Least expensive Maruti Suzuki Swift variant is LXi which is sold in Indian automobile market at an ex-showroom price of Rs. 5.85 Lakh.
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Maruti Suzuki Swift Specifications

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Features we admire in this car

  • Fuel efficiency have been improved.
  • In our country, we have a large service network of Maruti Suzuki.
  • One of this car's best features is its speakers.

Features we don't admire in this car

  • Inside the car, vibrations from the car can be heard.
  • Interior is not good
  • No auto-dimming IRVM

Maruti Suzuki Swift Overview

The Maruti Suzuki Swift is one of the 15 different models from the house of Maruti Suzuki. Prices for this Hatchback start from Rs 5.85 Lakh and buyers can pick from as many as 9 different versions. The transmission options on the Maruti Suzuki Swift include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Swift offers a max power of 83PS@6000rpm. Some of the main rivals include Tata Punch and Nissan Magnite.

Maruti Suzuki Swift have 9 variants ranging from Rs. 5.85 Lakh to Rs. 8.67 Lakh. Under the hood, Swift is powered by a 4 cylinder, 1197 cc, K series Dual Jet. It is able to produce 113 Nm @ 4200 RPM torque and 83 PS @ 6000 rpm power with a fuel efficiency/mileage of 23.2 kmpl. Maruti Suzuki Swift can store up to 37 Litres fuel in one go at max.

Swift Features

This Hatchback car comes loaded with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System), EBA (Electronic Brake Assist), EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), ISOFIX (Child-Seat Mount), 2 Number of Airbags from safety point of view. From Comfort perspective, Swift have Infotainment Screen, 12v Power Outlet.

Swift Transmission

Performance of Swift is backed by a 5 Speed Manual transmission and FWD (Front Wheel Drive) configuration.

Swift Interior

Swift is a 5 seater car with Yes,Rake Adjustable steering, Analogue + Digital Instrument Console, Multifunction Display, Power Steering.

Swift Exterior

Maruti Suzuki Swift is a 5 door car which has front Disc brakes, Mc Pherson Strut suspensions and rear Drum brakes, Torsion Beam suspensions with 14 Inch Wheels.

Swift Dimensions & Measurements

Swift has 268 Litres Boot Space, 37 Litres Fuel Tank Capacity, 163 mm Ground Clearance, 1530 mm Height, 855-885 Kg Kerb Weight, 3845 mm Length, 4.8 m Turning Radius, 2450 mm Wheelbase, 1735 mm Width.

Swift Latest Price

Swift is available in India starting from Rs. 5.85 Lakh with it's least expensive variant being LXi. Most expensive variant of Swift is ZXi Plus DT AMT priced at Rs. 8.67 Lakh.

Keep reading to explore more about Swift's updated specs, latest prices, mileage, genuine user reviews, colours, exclusive images & videos, best offers near you, Maruti Suzuki car dealers.

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Maruti Suzuki Swift Price

Price of Maruti Suzuki Swift in India ranges between Rs. 5.85 Lakh and Rs. 8.67 Lakh. Least expensive variant is LXi and most expensive variant is ZXi Plus DT AMT. Maruti Suzuki Swift is also available on EMI starting at Rs. 12.00 K with 8.5% interest rate.

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Maruti Suzuki Swift Price List

LXiPetrol,Upto 23.2,Manual ₹ 5.85 Lakh
VXiPetrol,Upto 23.2,Manual ₹ 6.64 Lakh
VXi AMTPetrol,Upto 23.76 ,Automatic ₹ 7.14 Lakh
ZXiPetrol,Upto 23.2,Manual ₹ 7.27 Lakh
ZXi AMTPetrol,Upto 23.76,Automatic ₹ 7.77 Lakh
ZXi PlusPetrol,Upto 23.2,Manual ₹ 8.03 Lakh
ZXi Plus DTPetrol,Upto 23.2,Manual ₹ 8.17 Lakh
ZXi Plus AMTPetrol,Upto 23.76,Automatic ₹ 8.53 Lakh
ZXi Plus DT AMTPetrol,Upto 23.76,Automatic ₹ 8.67 Lakh

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Maruti Suzuki Swift Detailed Review

  • Swift Exterior

    Not much has changed with the introduction of the facelift. Park the updated model with the pre-facelift and one would surely miss the changes until he makes a careful observation. The front-end does get a new grille with honeycomb pattern, and there’s even a thick chrome strip flanking the registration plate housing but the nature of this update is such that it doesn’t make the new model really different from the one it has replaced.

    Another update comes in the form of a revised colour palette that now comprises dual-tone options for the top-spec ZXI+ trim. These include Red and Black, White and Black and Blue and White combos that make the Swift look a bit sportier with the black paint spread on the roof as well as the ORVMs. Other than the above, things remain completely unchanged, which is not really a bad thing if you notice that the Swift has to be the best-looking B1-hatchback of the lot.

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    The evolutionary design of the latest Maruti Suzuki Swift makes it look better than ever, especially with the increased width giving it a sportier stance. Moreover, bits like the stretched back headlamps, a giant grille and pillar-mounted rear door handles add a lot of modern touches.


    The Maruti Suzuki Swift has never looked better and impresses with its youthful appearance and modern design.

  • Swift Interior

    Akin to the exterior, not much has changed with the interior - The all-black cabin has been carried over from the pre-facelift version with minimal updates. While the aesthetics have been left untouched, there’s now more kit on offer. The steering wheel, for instance, has gained the button to activate/deactivate the cruise control – a feature that’s not available in any other car in this class.

    Also, new to the dashboard is the latest iteration of the SmartPlay Studio infotainment unit, while the instrument cluster has gained a 4.2-inch multi-information colored TFT display from the Ciaz and the S-Cross. Other than this, the third-gen Swift continues to offer a fairly spacious cabin that scores well on the practicality front. The front seats are well-bolstered and the driver’s seat even gets height adjustment in the high-end trims.

    Even the rear bench seat is very spacious and its occupants not only benefit from good support but even enjoy a good amount of knee room. While three adults at the rear would make things a bit cramped for everyone, it’s still not as bad as it’s on the Ford Figo and the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios. A surprising omission here is the lack of rear aircon vents but then, the AC unit on this car is pretty powerful and doesn’t take much time to cool the entire cabin efficiently.

    There are enough storage spaces strewn across the cabin and the 268-litre boot space is adequate for car from this segment. Plus, the rear backrest has 60:40 split function to maximize the luggage carrying capacity of the vehicle.


    Maruti Suzuki Swift looks sporty on the outside but impresses with its practical and sufficiently spacious cabin.

  • Swift Performance

    The new DualJet motor is a version of the the earlier K-series engine that comes with two injectors per cylinder. Simply speaking, this improves combustion and as a result, power has increased to 90 PS from 83 PS earlier. Even the torque spread has improved and so has the fuel efficiency. Improvements don’t end here as the engine is also smoother than before and hence, there’s an improvement in the NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) levels of the vehicle.

    On the go, the new motor has made the car feel more energetic and there’s even a surge of power once you cross the 1,200 RPM mark. Also, the motor has a rather meaty sound note that should please the driving enthusiasts. While there’s not a massive difference from before, the performance has definitely improved a bit in almost all aspects. In fact, even in the slow moving traffic, there seems to be more grunt lower down the revs, which means you can comfortably cruise in the second gear from as low as 15 kmph. Sure, the car is not as quick as the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios Turbo but it’s definitely a more engaging than ever.


    With the latest update, the third-gen Maruti Suzuki Swift has got better at what it has always been best at providing a good mix of outright performance and great fuel efficiency.

  • Swift Ride & Handling

    The refreshed Maruti Suzuki Swift comes with minor styling updates and a new engine, but its suspension has been left completely untouched. This isn’t actually a bad thing if you consider the great balance between ride comfort and handling capabilities this car has offered. For your daily use in the urban environment, the Swift will keep you and yours comfortable over most road surfaces with jerks transmitting into the cabin only when the car passes through a really sharp undulation at a low speed. At higher speeds, the car offers a more pliant ride and the driving enthusiasts will appreciate the stability it offers.

    The only let down here is the steering, which is a tad too light and even feels disconnected from the wheels towards its dead centre. While the latest Swift lacks the steering precision of the 1st-gen model, it’s definitely enough fun in a set of twisties. The slightly stiff suspension and minimal body roll play a huge role in making this car a confident corner-carving tool and the driving enthusiasts on a budget would definitely appreciate the good ride-handling setup that this car offers.


    In its latest avatar, the Maruti Suzuki Swift is not a sharp cornering tool like the first-generation model. However, it is still a lot of fun in the corners while it offers a good ride quality over most surfaces.

  • Swift Safety

    Unfortunately, safety has not been a forte of most Maruti Suzuki cars. While the Vitara Brezza has managed a respectable 4-star rating in the Global NCAP crash test, most of its siblings have not fared as well. Case in point here is the rather depressing 2-star rating for the India-spec Swift.

    Fortunately, though, the facelift has brought in a set of bigger brakes along with an Electronic Stability Program (ESP) with Hill HOld Assist for the AMT-equipped versions. Other than this, the small car offers the standard safety suite consisting of dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, and rear parking sensors. The top-spec variant even benefits from a rear parking camera and fog lamps but there’s little else on offer. A bigger worry here is that the structure of this car has been rated ‘unstable’ by Global NCAP.


    The Maruti Suzuki Swift does not score too well when it comes to the safety quotient but its top-spec version definitely comes with most of the safety-enhancing features you would expect from a car of this segment.

Maruti Suzuki Swift Gallery

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  • Touchscreen
  • Gear Lever
  • Air-con Controls
  • Front Seat
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Maruti Suzuki Swift Ownership Cost

On Road Price of Maruti Suzuki Swift₹ 5.85 Lakh
Service Cost**₹ 20.38 K
Total Ownership Cost₹ 6.05 Lakh

** First 5 Years Service cost

Maruti Suzuki Swift User Reviews

  • AK
    Abhishek Kumar
    Posted On: 08 August, 2020

    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.

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  • AV
    Aditya Vatts
    Posted On: 05 July, 2020

    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.

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  • KS
    Krishan Singh
    Posted On: 03 July, 2020

    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.

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  • GG
    Gaurav Girdhar
    Posted On: 07 February, 2021

    The car has amazing features and perfect for family.

  • DS
    Posted On: 14 June, 2021

    its look seems amazing and feel good comfertable

Maruti Suzuki Swift Colors

  • Metallic Magma Grey

  • Midnight Blue

  • Pearl Arctic White with Pearl Midnight Black Roof

  • Prime Lucent Orange

  • Silky Silver

  • Solid Fire Red with Pearl Midnight Black Roof

  • Solid Fire Red

  • Metallic Silky Silver

  • Pearl Arctic White

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Maruti Suzuki Swift FAQs

  • What is the on-road price of Maruti Suzuki Swift in New Delhi?

    Maruti Suzuki Swift starts from on-road price of Rs 6.39 Lakh in (New Delhi) for the LXi. The on-road price is a combination of ex-showroom price, Insurance, RTO Charges, Road Charges and other miscellaneous items like( TCS, Toll Card). You can check the prices for the following.

  • What is the mileage of Maruti Suzuki Swift?

    The mileage of Maruti Suzuki Swift is 23.76 kmpl as per the ARAI. However, the city mileage of Maruti Suzuki Swift might vary depending upon your driving style, road conditions, traffic conditions and weather.

  • Does Maruti Suzuki Swift comes in automatic transmission?

    Yes, Maruti Suzuki Swift has 4 variants with automatic transmision.The Maruti Suzuki Swift has 4 petrol variants with automatic transmission.

  • Is there any exchange offer available of Maruti Suzuki Swift?

    The exchange value of Maruti Suzuki Swift is dependant upon various factors, like number of KM driven, Years, car condition, insurance claims.

Write your Comment for Maruti Suzuki Swift

  • AN
    Posted On: 23 July 2021

    Best car

  • G
    Gurbinderparihar Singh
    Posted On: 16 July 2021

    Vxi colors available in Rohtak


Swift On-Road Price in India

CityOn-Road Price
New Delhi ₹ 6.39 Lakh onwards
Pune ₹ 6.80 Lakh onwards
Hyderabad ₹ 6.86 Lakh onwards
Patna ₹ 6.69 Lakh onwards
Indore ₹ 6.63 Lakh onwards
Ahmedabad ₹ 6.51 Lakh onwards
Jaipur ₹ 6.69 Lakh onwards
Chennai ₹ 6.75 Lakh onwards
Bangalore ₹ 6.98 Lakh onwards
Lucknow ₹ 6.63 Lakh onwards

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