New Maruti Suzuki (Swift Limited Edition) Launched In India | Last Update Before The New Swift Facelift 2018

The new Maruti Suzuki Swift Facelift has been teased for a while now and was supposed to go on sale in India along with the new Maruti Suzuki Dzire four months back. Since that did not happen we were expecting the new Swift to be launched in time for Diwali but that did not happen either. Now Maruti Suzuki has launched a new limited edition Swift which is based on the existing platform that has been on sale since 2014.

The new Limited Edition Swift gets various customisation options to choose from and a whole lot of features on the inside. This means that the new Maruti Suzuki Swift Facelift, however, will not be launched in India before the Delhi Auto Expo 2018.

What does the Limited Edition Maruti Suzuki Swift Get?

The Limited Edition Maruti Suzuki Swift gets only cosmetic changes and remains identical under the hood to the outgoing model. The car gets decal on the bonnet, roof and the doors and you can choose to form a number of different options. The interiors are now in line with the decals outside and the steering wheel is sportier than before. Maruti Suzuki also equipped the new Limited Edition Swift with a new infotainment system that comes with Apple Carplay and Android Auto. This infotainment system is different than the one in Baleno and the Brezza.

The thing to be noted here is that the limited edition Swift will be sold alongside the existing model and will not be a replacement to the latter.

Price and Launch of the New Limited Edition Swift by Maruti Suzuki:

Since the launch of the Dzire four months back the Indian car buyers were expecting that Maruti Suzuki will soon launch the new Swift too in the market but that does not seem to be the company’s game plan at all. The new major facelift of the Swift will likely be launched in March at the time of Auto Expo 2018. The limited edition Swift by Maruti Suzuki petrol is priced at a premium of 45,000 Rupees to the LXi(O) model and the diesel is 20,000 Rupees more expensive than the LDi(O).

Source: OverDrive

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