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New Maruti Swift opens for bookings

The Swift made for India will look a little different, with some special design touches. It’s also getting a new Z Series petrol engine.

Maruti Suzuki gave us a sneak peek of the upcoming Swift, which is set to hit Indian roads on May 9. They’ve even started accepting bookings for it! You can book it by paying Rs 11,000 either online or at their dealerships. This new Swift is the fourth version of the car, and it’s got some cool new looks, a fancy interior inspired by Maruti’s more expensive cars, and a fresh engine.


  1. Booking for the latest Swift car is now available for Rs 11,000
  2. Competes with the Grand i10 Nios and Tiago,
  3. Z Series with three cylinders that runs on petrol.

Latest Maruti Suzuki Swift exterior and interior design

The new Swift looks pretty similar to the old one, but it’s got a bit of a rounder shape. In India, it’s going to have its own special bumpers and wheels, and it’ll be a tad longer but not as wide as the old model. Inside, it’s got a brand-new design, but it’s kind of like the Baleno and Fronx. Some parts of the dashboard and the touchscreen area are a bit different, but stuff like the radio and air conditioning controls, the steering wheel, and the door buttons are all stuff you’ll recognize. They might also make it safer with things like six airbags and ESP as standard features.

New Maruti Swift opens for bookings

New Maruti Suzuki Swift, engine and features

The new Swift car has an exciting change under its hood – a brand-new engine. It’s a 1.2-liter, three-cylinder petrol engine, replacing the old four-cylinder one. It’s designed to be more fuel-efficient while still providing similar power and torque as before. There’s also a possibility of adding mild-hybrid technology for even better efficiency. We’re not sure yet if it will keep the same automatic transmission or switch to a new one with six speeds.

When it comes out, the new Swift will still compete with cars like the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, Tata Tiago, and Citroen C3. Expect the prices to go up a bit compared to the old Swift, which costs between Rs 6.24 lakh-8.83 lakh. Maruti Suzuki raised the prices of the old Swift just before the launch of the new one to make the new model seem more affordable.

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