Maruti Suzuki Swift (2024) Launched at ₹6.49 Lakh


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The much-awaited launch is done and dusted, as the 2024 Maruti Suzuki Swift is here, launched at Rs 6.49 lakh, ex-showroom. The new Maruti Suzuki Swift gets a host of changes, primarily in the features and equipment department, while it gets subtle design changes to keep it relevant.

New Maruti Suzuki Swift: Design
On the design front, the new Maruti Suzuki Swift gets subtle changes, while its overall silhouette remains the same. It retains its sporty, compact design with a new grille with honeycomb mesh inserts. The side profile remains the same as well, while the rear door handles have now been moved to the door instead of being hidden in the C-pillars.

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That said, the Swift gets 15-inch wheels, LED lighting, and alloy wheels, and will now be available in nine new shades, including two new shades: Blue and Orange.

New Maruti Suzuki Swift: Interior and features
The new Swift gets a black dash with a new free-floating infotainment system with wireless smartphone connectivity, a 6-speaker audio system, navigation, over 40 connected car features, rear AC vents, a semi-digital instrument console, and more.

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The biggest update in terms of features is in the safety department, as the new Maruti Suzuki Swift gets 6 airbags as standard for the first time. Alongside the airbags, other safety features include ABS with EBD, stability control, ISOFIX seat anchors, and more.

New Maruti Suzuki Swift: Engine specs
The new Swift gets a new 1.2-litre 3-cylinder engine, replacing the older 1.2-litre 4-cylinder K-Series unit. The engine makes 80bhp and 112Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox or an AMT unit. Maruti Suzuki has also managed to extract a mileage of 24.8 kmpl with the manual version and 24.75 kmpl with the AMT version.

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Hi all,
Got a chance to drive both Manual and Automatic (AMT) cars.
This 3 cylinder is a revolution for sure. No much sound or vibrations as expected in normal 3 cylinders which we seen all this time. Even their K Series 3 cylinder is having vibrations and sound. Maruti have added lot of damping i believe, NVH level is too low compared to the outgoing swift. Engine guard, Bonnet damping is present in all models now.

And i can feel difference in this AMT compared to the outgoing model. The normal jerk was not felt when we drive it sedately. When we rev the engine, then its totally different.
This car is very much suited for those who drive sedately and it will return you a good mileage too.

When you want to drive it speed, we want to be patient for the initial pick up. Once it comes to top gear and 70 to 80 Kmph, then you can take it to higher speeds but gradually.
From my perspective, the new epic Swift (Manual and AGS) is very good.

May be i can give more update when my swift is delivered.
 
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New-Gen Swift becomes highest selling Maruti Suzuki in debut month; Crosses 40,000 bookings

Maruti Suzuki has revealed the new-generation of the Swift hatchback has become its highest selling car in its debut month. Launched in early May at a starting price of Rs. 6.49 lakh, ex-showroom, a total of 19,393 units have already been sold, making it the highest selling model of the brand in its debut month. The manufacturer has also shared that the bookings for the new Swift have already crossed the 40,000 mark.

In a media interaction, Partho Banerjee, Senior Executive Officer, Marketing & Sales, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, said, “We have right now introduced the petrol variant (of the Swift), the CNG variant has not yet been introduced. 40,000 bookings just for Petrol is a very good response and we’re seeing good traction for the Swift in the first month of launch.”

Maruti Suzuki has also revealed that manual gearbox model has dominated the sales of new generation Swift hatchback accounting for 83% of sales while AGS variants (AMT models) account for just 13% of the demand. The new-gen Swift has come with a host of changes, none more significant than the new 1.2 litre 3-cylinder Z-series petrol engine that makes lesser power than earlier, but crucially comes with higher fuel efficiency.

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