The new 2018 Maruti Suzuki Swift was introduced for the first time at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show bearing the name Suzuki Swift. Based on the company's next-generation Heartect platform, the 2018 Maruti Swift is lighter by 120 kg over the previous model. The 2018 Maruti Suzuki Swift was launched in India at Auto Expo 2018.
The new 2018 Maruti Swift gets a revised headlamp with LED DRLs (Daytime Running Lights) that not only look appealing in the night but also lend a character to the car during day time.
The infotainment system on the new 2018 Maruti Swift looks smart and futuristic and gets touchscreen facility as well.
The cabin of the new Maruti Swift gets a flat bottom steering wheel with audio controls mounted over it. The top end trims also come with start-stop button and red inserts.
The new 2018 Maruti Swift gets a complete transformation in terms of design and it gets a major overhaul when compared to its predecessor. The Swift has found many buyers just because of the way it looks. The C-shaped tail lights on the rear along with a new bootlid looks sharper and the rear bumper will remind you of the Baleno.
The cabin of the new 2018 Maruti Swift looks almost completely new and it gets a more premium feel than the outgoing model. The top end versions come with red outlining around the dials and a start-stop button that offer a sportier feel. You will also get flat-bottom steering wheel with audio controls mounted on it.
The new 2018 Maruti Swift source power from a 1.2-litre petrol and 1.3-litre diesel engines. The engine is refined and all thanks to it, daily commutes will not be stressful or boring. While the petrol engine is good for churning out a maximum power output of 85 hp, the diesel mill sheds out 75 hp.
The all-new 2018 Maruti Suzuki Swift gets a five-speed manual transmission as standard. The company is also offering an AMT gearbox with both petrol and diesel engines of the car.
The new 2018 Maruti Swift has been assisted with ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System), EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution), ISOFIX mounts for child seats and dual airbags at the front. These features are standard across all the variants that indeed make it a safe car.
Maruti Suzuki claims a mileage of 28.4 kmpl for the diesel and 22 kmpl for the petrol variant of the new Swift. Having said that, the diesel variant can offer a range of close to 1,000 km while the petrol engine can deliver close to 800 km, thanks to its 37-litre fuel tank.