2021 Maruti Suzuki Swift launched at Rs 5.73 lakh
The 2021 Maruti Suzuki Swift hits showrooms soon, and the lineup now starts at Rs 5.73 lakh, going up to Rs 8.41 lakh, ex-showroom. Launched in 2018, this third-gen Swift, as part of its 2021 model year updates, receives mild tweaks to the front end styling to help differentiate it (chrome bar on updated mesh grille), apart from a move to the K12 Dual Jet VVT engine, with a corresponding bump in power from the 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol motor, going from 83PS to 90PS, with with all variants gaining auto start/stop functionality.
The dynamics of the 2021 Swift have been tweaked as well, with the electronic power steering system updated to reflect better returnability, which should make manoeuvrability more predictable/natural. Maruti Suzuki has also fitted larger front disc brakes, along with larger-sized rear drum brakes.
The features list of the 2021 Swift gets a little more padded too, with an updated 4.2-inch colour TFT MID between the analogue instrumentation, and key-synchronised auto-fold ORVMs, apart from cruise control and an electronic stability program (ESP) with hill-hold assist for the AGS automated manual transmission variants. This aside, new dual-tone colours (contrast roof) are available for the 2021 Swift, including a Pearl Arctic White/Pearl Midnight Black, Solid Fire Red/Pearl Midnight Black, and Pearl Metallic Midnight Blue/Pearl Arctic White.
Full variant-wise prices of the 2021 Swift are as follows (all prices ex-showroom):
LXi - Rs 5.73 lakh
VXi - Rs 6.36 lakh
VXi AGS - Rs 6.86 lakh
ZXi - Rs 6.99 lakh
ZXi AGS - Rs 7.49 lakh
ZXi+ - Rs 7.77 lakh
ZXi+ AGS - Rs 8.27 lakh
ZXi+ Dual Tone - Rs 7.91 lakh
ZXi+ AGS Dual Tone - Rs 8.41 lakh
Starts Rs 5.73 Lakhs
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