Maruti Suzuki has recently introduced the new facelift model of its famous hatchback Swift. Decorated with attractive looks and powerful engine, the car is more sporty and powerful than the previous model. The company is offering a bumper discount on this car in April. This is a great opportunity for you if you are thinking of buying a financial car with good performance. So let’s learn about this discount –
In the new Swift, the company has used the new powerful K12N petrol engine with a 1.2 liter capacity. This engine produces 90bhp and 113Nm of torque power. Its new engine also features a piston cooling jet, high compression radio and cooled EGR system. However, the engine used in the previous model produces 82bhp of power and 113Nm of torque. I mean, the new car is more powerful.
Available in a total of five variants, the new Maruti Swift is more sporty than the previous model. Moreover, this car is also offered with some premium features and new color options. In this, the company has offered an updated instrument cluster. It has a smart play infotainment system that can be connected to Apple Car Play and Android Auto. Other features include push start / stop button, keyless access, automatic climate control, steering mounted controls, and a self-folded side rear view mirror (ORVM).
Price and Mileage: After the new update, the Maruti Swift is more expensive than the previous model. Its entry-level LXI variant is priced at Rs 5.73 lakh. And the top Z DXI + AMT variant is priced at Rs 8.27 lakh. The company says its manual variant will offer mileage up to 23.20kmpl and an automatic variant up to 23.76km.
What’s on offer: You get Rs 53,000 on a Maruti Swift purchase. This includes a cash discount of Rs 30,000 on base LXI variants and Rs 10,000 on all other variants. In addition, an exchange bonus of Rs 20,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 3,000 is also being offered. The most important thing is that this offer is being offered in a new and old (preface lift) model. However the preface lift model requires you to find out whether the stock is available or not at the seller.