Recently, images of facelifted Suzuki Swift were leaked online, which has revealed many details about the launch. It seems that the company was almost ready with the updated version as they have finally launched the Swift facelift in the international market. The company hasn’t changed much in design compared to leaked images. Although, the hatch updated in terms of safety and features. The price starts from Rs 10.93 lakhs and goes high to Rs 14.87 lakhs.
The updated Swift is offered in two different front grille options: horizontal slats and honeycomb pattern. The company has added front bumper options as well, which is a strategy to attract new customers. The company has not changes the entire fascia of the hatchback as it still offers the company’s traditional small car elements. The honeycomb grille variant looks more fascinating with chrome elements and new diamond design.
On the other hand, the front bumper variant still comes with a similar design. Some of the changes include new bold alloy wheels which offer a sporty look to the updated Swift. The hatchback is available in five variants: XG, RS, Hybrid MG, Hybrid RS and Hybrid SZ. The dual-tone colours give a stylish appearance to Swift. It will be offered in four attractive dual-tone shades: Orange, Red, Blue and Yellow.
Inside the car, there are similar features. We didn’t notice any changes in the Japan-specs model. It gets a dashboard, centre console, and same door panels. The seats of the hatchback are somewhat changed. It is equipped with a new a SmartPlay 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system multi-coloured multi-information display replaced by the basic display.
The facelifted Suzuki Swift is built with the company Safety Support that includes automatic emergency braking for both sides, adaptive cruise control, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitoring, and lane-keeping assist, traffic sign recognition and automatic headlights, and many more. These safety features are mostly offered in top-specs models.
The Indian-specs version can be powered by the BS6 compliant 1.2-litre K12N DualJet petrol engine which will churn out 90 hp of max power and 113 Nm of max torque. The engine will be combined with a 5-speed manual and 5-speed AMT. The existing version is offered with BS6 (82 hp/ 113 Nm) 1.2-litre VVT engine. The swift facelift will rival against Tata Tiago, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and Ford Figo. It is expected to hit the Indian market next year.
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