2017 Swift Coming Soon to India
The Maruti is all set to launch the new version of Swift soon and the face lift has already taken place in January 2017 in Japan. The new Swift has been redesigned exterior wise. It has a sharper look than the previous versions and the overall size of the car is expected to be increased. The new features are the projector head lamps, L shaped day time running lights, LED tail lamps, new door handles and sloping roof design. The interior is also impressing with comfort and great finish being the major USB. The dashboard will consist of a touch screen infotainment system with voice command and navigation system. The comfort level for the passengers will be enhanced as the company is providing good quality air conditioning, glove box cooling, cup holders at the centre and door panels and extra space for luggage.
The engine will be having two variants that is the motor and the diesel. The 1.3 litre petrol engine will produce maximum power of 84 PS and the diesel 1.3 litre diesel engine with 75 PS power. The mileage is expected to be around 15 to 20 kmpl for the petrol version and the diesel version is expected to be around 23 to 27 kmpl.
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The Suzuki Swift will have disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear. The anti lock braking system is present in all variants because it provides enough control over slippery surfaces.
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The performance of this car is expected to be better than the previous ones. The features are new the body has been restyled and the aero dynamics is efficient along with lighter weight overall all this result in better fuel economy and performance. The wheel base is longer thus driving will be smoother and has a ground clearance of 175 mm.
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Thus it can be seen that Maruti Suzuki Swift is all set to arrive in India and satisfy all customer’s needs. The new features are indeed impressing. The car lovers will surely love this version of Swift.
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