26 Feb 2021 Jatin Jhamb
With the launch of the new Maruti Swift in its 2021 avatar, it gets a new design, features and most importantly, a new heart. It now churns out more power and delivers added mileage. However, with this new model, the prices have gone up and we compare the 2021 Maruti Swift vs Old Swift variant wise price difference.
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|Variant||New Price||Old Price||Difference|
|LXI||Rs 5.73 lakh||Rs 5.49 lakh||Rs 24,000|
|VXI||Rs 6.36 lakh||Rs 6.19 lakh||Rs 17,000|
|VXI AMT||Rs 6.86 lakh||Rs 6.66 lakh||Rs 20,000|
|ZXI||Rs 6.99 lakh||Rs 6.78 lakh||Rs 21,000|
|ZXI AMT||Rs 7.49 lakh||Rs 7.25 lakh||Rs 24,000|
|ZXI+||Rs 7.77 lakh||Rs 7.58 lakh||Rs 19,000|
|ZXI+ Dual Tone||Rs 7.91 lakh||NA||-|
|ZXI+ AMT||Rs 8.27 lakh||Rs 8.02 lakh||Rs 25,000|
|ZXI+ Dual Tone AMT||Rs 8.41 lakh||NA||-|
From the table above, the the price difference is not more than Rs 25,000 for any of the variants. The base LXI receives a hije of Rs 24,000 followed by Rs 17,000 for the mid-spec VXI. The second to top ZXI gets a hike of Rs 21,000 and its AMT version is now Rs 24,000 higher than before.
It is the top-spec ZXI+ AMT which receives te maximum hike of Rs 25,000. When compared with its manual counterpart, you only get an increase of Rs 19,000. The buyers can also choose the Dual Tone variant which is reserved for the top-spec only.
The new Maruti Swift is powered by a 1.2-litre DualJet engine which now churns 90 PS of power with a peak torque of 113 Nm. This unit is paired with a 5-speed manual and an optional AMT gearbox. The hatchback also receives new features like idle start/stop, cruise control, auto-foldable ORVMs and the AMT variants are equipped with electronic stability control and hill hold as a function.