maruti swift and its numero uno status - keyless entry system
Maruti Swift is everything you expect to have with high quality driving.
All at the same competitive price of Rs 4. 22 rupees to 5 rupees.
53 gasoline versions and lakh for Rs 5. 17 rupees to 6 rupees.
The diesel version of the 38 lakh makes it all irresistible.
The new Swift is a little more expensive than the previous one, but it does look worth the extra cost.
There are some real changes to it, and there are impromptu performances to make sure you get a return on your investment.
With the launch of the new Maruti Swift, the company has shown that it is not stuck in the past honors and, despite its great global success, it has shown numero in India.
The new Maruti Swift still has the same curve, and it is still a head turner if any.
The new Maruti Swift maintains the same power and performance. The VVT (
Variable valve timing)
Now come with a 1.
The 2-liter gasoline engine pulls out 87 PS @ 6000 rpm at 114 rpm with a response torque of 4000 NM.
You also have 1.
Ddddis diesel engine powered by 75 PS.
Both versions of it match the 5-speed transmission system.
The torque of the diesel variant is rmbnm @ 2000 rpm.
Swift 2011 will compete with Volkswagen Polo, Ford Fiesta, Skoda Fabia, Nissan Micra, Tata Indica Vista, Chevrolet Beat, Hyundai i20 and the recently launched Toyota Etios Liva.
Maruti Swift is known for its performance and first-class fuel efficiency.
The new Maruti Swift is now available in six versions and will be launched in a vibrant metal color series.
They include metal Garnet orange, metal ozone Blue, solid bright red, metal Iridium Gold, metal midnight black, Pearl metal Arctic White and metal sky blue gray.
With all these style statements, the car also has a lot of substance and a lot of security features like defense
Double front airbag, electronic brake force, seat belt pre-
The tension and Keyless Enter the system.
The theft method, which allows monitoring with other functions, such as a children's Lock, a high-mounted stop light, to make it visible and not to forget that the side impacts the beam.