It is my bad experienced for buying swift of Maruti Suzuki because it does not give good average in milage according or comparison with other vehicle it looks nice because it has nice finishing and looks smart because of good designing so I tell everyone it is my very bad experienced because it does not have space proper according to vehicle or company name I doesn't tell or complaining about vehicle I am telling about the feature of a swift The accessories of swift is not too strong according to other vehicle
Maruti Suzuki Swift
Maruti Suzuki Swift Price List
Maruti Suzuki Swift launched in India at a starting price of Rs 4.76 Lakh. Check out the Maruti Suzuki Swift which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Maruti Suzuki Swift with on road price, mileage, specifications, review and images. Check mileage of new Maruti Suzuki Swift with photos. features, colours, comparisons, video review, user reviews & latest news in India on autoX.
Maruti Suzuki Swift User Reviews
Looking nice but failure
Maruti Suzuki Swift Editorial Review
Maruti Suzuki first launched the Swift in the Indian market in May 2005 with a 1.3-litre petrol heart and two years later, introduced the diesel version with the 1.3-litre motor from Fiat. The Manesar-based car maker was forced to give the 1.3- gasoline unit the boot due to the new BS IV norms, and in came the 1.2 K Series petrol. Both these engines come mated to a 5-speed manual transmission; there is no automatic on offer. The Swift stays true to the Maruti Suzuki DNA of being insanely efficient. The petrol motor claims to return 20.4kmpl while the diesel Swift goes 25.2km in a single litre of fuel. Engine and efficiency aside, the Swift has also earned the reputation of being an extremely reliable car.
The Maruti Suzuki Swift gets a fine balance of efficiency and performance, something that its clientele has been appreciating it for since launch. The clutch action is light which makes it exceedingly easy to drive in the city. The effortlessly shifting gearbox and the stiffly sprung suspension setup adds the fun to drive quotient to the Maruti Suzuki Swift.
Maruti Suzuki has gone a bit conservative when it comes to the styling of the Swift. The overall silhouette of the current-generation Swift remains identical to its predecessor. The arch shaped Massive headlamps with similarly designed tail lights, the circular fog lamps accompanied by boomerang shaped silver accents and those curvy lines all around give it a distinct identity. The Maruti Suzuki Swift ZXi and ZDi variants come with multi-spoke alloy wheels. Overall, although it is among the most easily recognised designs in the market now, the car still has a pleasant aura around it.
One of the biggest drawbacks of the Swift has been inadequate space on the inside. While the under thigh support for all passengers is good, knee and leg room for the passengers at the back isn
Maruti Suzuki Swift Exterior Review
Not much has changed on the Maruti Suzuki Swift since it was first launched in 2005. That being said, to keep things fresh, the Manesar-based car maker has been giving it timely nip and tuck jobs. Up front it gets the pulled-back headlamps, a large bumper that houses the circular fog lamps and the boomerang shaped silver accents. In profile, this third-generation Swift is identical to its predecessor and that is one of its biggest drawbacks. The tail gate sports smooth lines, in sync with the rest of the car, and large tail lamps with clear lens turn indicators. These mild changes to its design don’t quite help much especially when you have cars like the Ford Figo to compete against.
Likes: Neat design cues
Dislikes: Design showing its age
Maruti Suzuki Swift Interior Review
As opposed to the exterior, Maruti Suzuki has clearly put in a lot more effort to ensure that the interior remains in line with its competition. Interior are made of superior quality plastic and all buttons are within reach and easily accessible. The front seats are wide enough for comfort, the rear seat however, is not wide enough to seat three adults comfortably. And then the fact that the interior is completely washed in black doesn’t help the cause either. At 205 litres, the boot too isn’t as big as some of its competitors.
Likes: Build quality, ergonomics
Dislikes: All-black interior makes it claustrophobic, boot space
Maruti Suzuki Swift Features Review
Its commendable how Maruti Suzuki has managed to update the feature list on the Swift over time. The top-spec Swift ZXi / ZDi comes fully loaded with steering mounted controls, 2DIN infotainment system with Bluetooth, AUX and USB, 6 speakers, electrically adjustable ORVMs, automatic climate control, button start, keyless entry, rear parking sensors and more. In terms of safety, the top-end Swift comes with two airbags, ABS, EBD and Brake Assist.
Likes: Fully loaded with features
Maruti Suzuki Swift Engine Specifications and performance Review
The Maruti Suzuki Swift petrol comes with the 1.2 K Series engine that makes 83bhp and 115Nm. The diesel Swift on the other hand comes with a 1.3-litre Fiat sourced engine that produces 74bhp and 190Nm. Both these engines are pack enough power for a car of its size. NVH levels inside the cabin are well within control which makes long distance driving that much comfortable. Our only grouse is the turbo lag on the diesel, due to which you feel the peak power kicking in only around the 1,800rpm mark. Both these engines come mated to a 5-speed manual transmission, there is no automatic on offer. Shifting between gears is smooth and the clutch action is light.
Likes: Reliable engine, smooth gearbox
Dislikes: No automatic option
Maruti Suzuki Swift Mileage Review
The Maruti Suzuki Swift petrol returns an efficiency of 20.4kmpl while the diesel Swift returns 25.2kmpl.
Maruti Suzuki Swift Ride and Handling Review
The suspension of the Maruti Suzuki Swift is stiffly sprung which makes it absolutely fun to drive around corners, especially for a family hatchback. The chassis too is eager making the car fun to play around with. The steering is precise and responds to inputs well but the feedback could have been a bit better. The downside however, is felt by the passengers in the form of a bumpy ride over rough road surfaces.
Dislikes: Ride, steering feedback
Maruti Suzuki Swift Engine & Gearbox
The Maruti Suzuki Swift is offered with a choice of a petrol 1.2-litre mill and a 1.3-litre diesel motor. Both these engines come mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. There is no automatic on offer.
Maruti Suzuki Swift Competition
The Maruti Suzuki Swift competes against the likes of the Hyundai Grand i10, Ford Figo and the Tata Bolt. While the Swift petrol makes more or less the same amount of power and torque, it claims to be more efficient than its rivals in discussion. The story is similar in diesel form too, with the Swift being second in terms of efficiency and power only to the Figo.
Maruti Suzuki Swift Safety Features
In the safety department, Maruti Suzuki Swift doesn’t compromise, with adequate active and passive safety features. All variants of the Swift come with ABS and Airbags as optional equipment. The top-spec trim also gets Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist (BA).