Features added to the new Swift edition include parking sensors, a Sony touchscreen music system, illuminated door sills and ambient lighting. As usual, there are no mechanical changes in the package which means the tried and tested 1.2-litre petrol and 1.3-litre diesel motors continue to power the front wheels.
During the launch of the facelifted Swift, the fuel efficiency for both the engines was already improved – the petrol variant delivers 20.4kmpl and the diesel, 25.2kmpl, according to the ARAI figures from Maruti Suzuki. Both the engines are matched to five-speed manual transmissions with an option for a four-speed automatic for the petrol.
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