Maruti Suzuki has been one of the best-selling cars in India ever since it was first launched. The Indian carmaker revealed that over the last 16 years it has sold 25 lakh units of Swift in India. Introduced here in 2005, the Swift can be credited for starting the premium hatchback segment in India. The first-gen model looked radically different from any other hatchback available in India and instantly became a hit among the masses on the account of its sporty design and reliable engines. The second-gen model too became a rage here, especially on the account of the popular 1.3-litre diesel engine and easy maintenance. And the carmaker has managed to do the same with the third-generation model that dethroned Alto to becomes the best selling car in India in 2020. ,roulette online with friends
fifa result yesterday match,Shashank Srivastava, Executive Director (Marketing and Sales), Maruti Suzuki, said, "With its launch in 2005, Swift heralded the start of the premium hatchback segment in India. The most awarded premium hatchback in the country, Maruti Suzuki Swift is the only car to win the prestigious ICOTY awards for all three generations. Every generation of Maruti Suzuki Swift has been India’s favorite and has won hearts of over 2.5 million Swift lovers. The No. 1 selling car of FY20-21, the sporty Swift has created a glorious legacy with its scintillating looks and power packed performance."
The first and second-generation Maruti Suzuki Swift were loved for their frugal diesel engine and low-cost maintenance. But the hatchback continues to outsell its rivals even though it is now available with a petrol engine only. The current-gen Swift,football live stream app for pc free download received an overhaul earlier this year that added a handful of cosmetic tweaks and new features. The biggest update, however, was the inclusion of the cleaner and more powerful petrol engine. It is the 1.2-litre Dualjet VVT petrol powerplant that is also used on Baleno and makes 88 bhp with 113 Nm. This unit is available with a choice between a five-speed manual gearbox and AMT unit. The new model claims to return 23.2 km/l with manual transmission and 23.76 km/l with the AMT.
The new Maruti Suzuki Swift comes with provisions like a seven-inch touchscreen system with feather-touch controls, smartphone connectivity, auto-folding outside rearview mirrors, a semi-digital instrument cluster with a 4.2-inch multi-information display, cruise control, etc. The biggest chink in Swift's armour is the occupant safety it offers; the car received a 2-star rating in Global NCAP's rating. This is despite having dual front airbags as standard. Maruti Suzuki Swift's price in India currently ranges between ₹5.85 lakh ₹8.53 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.