Maruti Suzuki Swift Limited Edition Launched
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Maruti Suzuki Swift Limited Edition Launched, Costs Rs 25,000 More Than Stock Model

In a month that has been full of new cars hitting the market, we now have a fresh entrant – the Maruti Suzuki Swift Limited Edition. If you were mulling over a Swift but weren’t entirely convinced, the Limited Edition should make your decision-making process more encompassing. It was just back in early 2018 when Maruti Suzuki unveiled the all-new, third-generation Swift to a bedazzled Indian audience. Being one of the best-selling nameplates in the country, the new model had big shoes to fill – something it managed with ease. Now, with the introduction of the new Limited Edition, the automaker has once again brought the Swift into the forefront. As you might be aware, the hatchback (in its stock form) is available in four different trim levels. And each of them can be ordered with the Limited Edition appearance package at an extra cost of about Rs 25,000.

Yes, the Limited Edition of the Swift is all about cosmetic “enhancements”. While dealerships have been selling such accessories before also, this is the first time they are being offered in one package at such a price. So, what do you get for your 25 grand? The Swift Limited Edition’s front grille and fog lamp housing are finished in glossy black, while a lip spoiler on the bumper adds to the sporty feel. There are also sun/rain visors and protective body-molding on the doors, along with glossy black side skirts. The gloss finish extends to the rear spoiler as well, while the tail lamps get their own all-black garnish. Finally, a rear body kit adds an extensive, sportier-looking air diffuser/spoiler on the bumper – it looks quite tacky, though. The only change on the inside of the Swift Limited Edition is its newer design seat covers.

Depending on which trim you select, the Maruti Suzuki Swift can be had with several modern conveniences. For example, the fully-loaded ZXi+ gets automatic LED projector headlamps with LED DRLs, a reverse parking camera, Android Auto & Apple CarPlay, and a 7.0-inch touch-infotainment system with navigation and voice commands. The Swift features include a ‘Smart Key’ entry with push-button start, automatic climate control, electrically-operated and retractable wing mirrors, front and rear fog lamps, rear parking sensors, a leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel, and a 6-speaker sound system. The cabin design looks modern enough, and build quality is also better than what it was on previous iterations. Fit and finish are decent, but hard plastics are quite abundant in this interior. Meanwhile, space at the back has been improved over older models, but it is still tight. The flat-bottom steering wheel feels great to hold in better news, and the infotainment screen is very easy to use.

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Maruti Suzuki Swift Interior Dashboard

In its BS6 avatar, the 1.2-liter naturally-aspirated four-cylinder engine in the Swift produces 82hp and 113Nm of torque. Fueled by petrol, this mill can be had with a cheerful 5-speed manual gearbox or a yawn-inducing but convenient 5-speed AMT. Maruti Suzuki made a few under-the-skin changes when it launched the third-gen Swift, making it much safer. Now, even the base LXi trim comes with ABS with EBD and Brake Assist, along with dual front airbags, seatbelts with pre-tensioners, ISOFIX anchor points, and improved pedestrian protection compliance standards. The monocoque body itself has been constructed with higher tensile steel and utilizes Maruti Suzuki’s new Heartect platform. While Swift has always been a top performer, the new Limited Edition will help the automaker attract more buyers into showrooms. Though, I doubt the Swift Limited Edition will actually be “limited” in the literal sense in terms of its numbers or availability.

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