All-New Maruti Suzuki Swift Arrives: Bookings Open, Deliveries from June

New Maruti Swift Bookings Open

Maruti Suzuki India has launched the much-awaited next-generation Maruti Suzuki Swift in the Indian market. Entering its fourth iteration, the new Swift is a significant update over its predecessor, boasting a fresh design, a new engine, and a feature-packed interior. Let’s delve into the details of the new Maruti Suzuki Swift and see what it offers.

Bookings and Launch

Bookings for the new Swift are already open. Customers can book the hatchback online or at their nearest Maruti Suzuki Arena dealership for a token amount of Rs 11,000. Deliveries are expected to commence from June 2024. The official launch took place on May 9, 2024.

Design Refresh

The new Swift gets a sharper and more contemporary design. The front features a redesigned bumper with a bold new grille flanked by sleek LED headlamps with integrated DRLs. Fog lamp housings are revised, and a splitter adds a sporty touch.

The clamshell bonnet is shallower, and the door handles for the rear doors return to a conventional position on the doors themselves, instead of the C-pillar on the outgoing model. The rear receives a redesigned tailgate and a new bumper with a skid plate. Other highlights include an integrated rear spoiler with a stop lamp, LED taillights with C-shaped DRLs, and blacked-out ORVMs, roof, and pillars. Prominent character lines run along the door panels, adding further visual appeal.

Upscale Interior with Modern Features

The new Swift’s interior takes inspiration from the Baleno and Fronx, offering a more premium feel. A new dashboard layout features a floating infotainment system, flanked by sleek AC vents and climate control knobs. Feature highlights include expected support for wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, connected car tech, steering-mounted audio controls, automatic climate control, and various convenience features.

New Engine and Gearbox Options

The biggest change under the hood is the all-new 1.2-litre, three-cylinder, naturally aspirated petrol engine replacing the existing K12 four-cylinder unit. While detailed specifications are yet to be revealed, power output is expected to exceed 85 horsepower with 110 Nm of torque. Transmission options will include a 5-speed manual or an Automated Manual Transmission (AMT).

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