Maruti Swift Platinum Edition introduced by a dealership; Costs INR 1.46 lakhs extra!

Posted on: Dec 4, 2013 - 10:11am IST

This particular Maruti dealer in South India has modified the Swift, calling it the Platinum Edition. Unlike the Porsche Cayenne Platinum Edition, the Swift Platinum Edition has not been announced by the carmaker, and it is a complete dealer-level spin off.

Maruti Swift Platinum Edition front
A silver grille, LED daytime running lights, projector headlights and a full body kit are the major talking points of this edition.

The grille and airdam which come in a black plastic on a regular Swift, are painted in silver for this edition. The headlamp and taillamp clusters are completely customized, offering LED daytime running lights, blackened lenses, what seems like projector headlights and the brake lights seem to use LEDs as well.

The dealer has fitted the Swift with front and rear bumper spoilers, side skirts and a roof-mounted spoiler, while the roof gets a black color (a black wrap) contrasting the white body. Side body decals with the ‘Swift’ logo and grey alloy wheels complete the exterior package.

Maruti Swift Platinum Edition taillight
For these visual upgrades, you’ll have to shell out an additional INR 1.46 lakhs!

Inside, the dealer has included artificial leather seat covers and an Alpine-branded stereo system with an amplifier and four Sony speakers. Apart from these visual fitments, the mechanicals of the car are unchanged.

The dealer says that this customization pack is available on all variants of the car, be it petrol or diesel, though preferably, the owner should pick the white body color.

The cost? Add an extra INRΒ 1,45,950 to the on-road price of the Swift, says the dealer.

Maruti Swift Platinum Edition Image Gallery

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5 thoughts on “Maruti Swift Platinum Edition introduced by a dealership; Costs INR 1.46 lakhs extra!

  1. Arun says:

    Good job guys, keep the topic hot.. πŸ™‚

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  2. suresh says:

    Too much of non indian information too creeps in the blog these days and we have to scour through the blog to find info relevant to indian market.

    Anjan,
    We have many blogs to follow if we needed info from around the world. It is nice to see “Out of india info” in the blog once in a while but please can you keep the blog more indian and do justice to the URL? Just a thought.

    I think people come here specifically for indian Autos !! πŸ™‚

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    1. shreyan says:

      i agree with you, but we must also give credit to IAB that they make a good selection of intl news. many of the intl. news have some bearing / worthy comparison to india.

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      1. Suresh says:

        Shreyan,

        No Doubt about that and I cannot thank enough to IAB for keeping this running. Thanks for the reply. Its just that sometimes when I open the blog and these guyz are attending a conference some where out like an auto show, those times i hardly see any new in a day pertaining to Indian autos.

        Keep it IAB folks. You rock !!!!!!

  3. kamala kannan says:

    this much cost is too high, kindly request to nego the price.

    Reply

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