If you wished for a limited edition, there is a reason to smile now. TheSwift Deca is here.
• Maruti Suzuki launches sports model Swift Deca
• Same engine, but plenty of changes on the interiors and exteriors
• Available in two variants VXi and VDi
• Ex showroom prices at 5.94 lakh(Petrol –VXi) and 6.86 lakh(Diesel-VDi)
Maruti Suzuki has launched the sports edition of Swift as a tribute to the football sport and its heroic number10 always admired by the sports fanatics around the world. Ever since its launch, India’s favourite hatchback Swift has gone through a lot of changes on its inside and outside, but never attained that sportiness in looks. Swift Deca carries that sporty looks along with uncompromised performance that has always been a trademark of the brand.
Swift Deca as the name suggests, comes with sporty decals on its exteriors with a number 10 on the front doors. Exteriors flash plenty of graphics with side skirts and brawny spoliers on the roof enhancing the sportiness all over it. The All New Swift Deca is available in two shades: Bright Red and Pearl White.
Step inside to see Number 10 again on both front seats designed with black and red seat covers and a white piping that highlights absolute passion for the football sport. Interiors are loaded with other features like the touchscreen music system with Bluetooth and external mic, reverse parking assist with camera and a styling kit that includes ambient light, funky floor mats and many more stuff.
Under the hood, the limited-edition hatchback shares the same engine as the existing Swift; a 1.2 L K series Petrol engine and 1.3L turbo powered DDiS Diesel engine, both coupled to 5 speed manual transmission and delivers good fuel economy.
During the launch, Executive Director of Marketing and Sales, Maruti Suzuki, R.S. Khalsiproudly stated that this limited edition assures to carry forward the sportiness and performance quotient connected with the brand.
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