Back on 24th February 2021, Maruti Suzuki launched the updated model of the Swift hatchback in the Indian markets with a starting ex-showroom price tag of Rs 5.73 lakhs. After getting multiple price hikes, the car is now available at Rs 5.92 lakhs for the base LXi variant while the price range goes all the way up to Rs 8.85 lakhs for the fully-loaded dual-tone ZXi+ variant.
With the launch of the new model, Maruti Suzuki also introduced three new dual-tone colour options: Pearl Arctic White with Pearl Midnight Black Roof, Solid Fire Red with Pearl Midnight Black Roof, and Pearl Metallic Midnight Blue with Pearl Arctic White Roof. Here is the variant-wise ex-showroom price list for the new Maruti Suzuki Swift:
New Maruti Suzuki Swift Price List
Ex-Showroom Price List
- LXi – INR 5.92 lakh
- VXi – INR 6.82 lakh
- VXi AGS – INR 7.32 lakh
- ZXi – INR 7.50 lakh
- ZXi AGS – INR 8.00 lakh
- ZXi+ – INR 8.21 lakh
- ZXi CNG – INR 8.45 lakh
- ZXi+ AGS – INR 8.71 lakh
- ZXi+ Dual Tone – INR 8.35 lakh
- ZXi+ Dual Tone AGS – INR 8.85 lakh
As we reported earlier, the new model of Maruti Swift is powered by an all-new 1.2-litre DualJet petrol engine, which is good for a maximum power of 90HP. In comparison, the last-generation model was able to develop 82HP of power. There is no change in the peak torque and it remains the same at 113 Nm.
Maruti Suzuki has also equipped the new model of Swift with a start/stop function that has helped to boost the overall mileage. As per the details revealed by ARAI, the manual version returns 23.20 kmpl of mileage while the automatic (AGS) version is good for 23.76 kmpl. In comparison, the old model was good for 21.21 kmpl.
Similar to the updated international-spec version, the new model of India-spec Swift also features a different front grille design in comparison to the last-gen model. The grille now also features a chrome accent and has been imparted a cleaner look. Overall, the exterior design remains more or less the same.
Coming to the interior, except for the new upholstery for the seats and an updated instrument cluster, everything remains the same. The new Maruti Swift competes in the market with the likes of the Tata Tiago and the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios.