Video – 2015 Maruti Swift’s new features detailed

Posted on: Oct 27, 2014 - 10:37am IST

Top-end trims get added convenience features. 

This video from GaadiWaadi shows all the new features that will be seen on the 2015 Maruti Swift (facelift), expected to be announced in the coming days.

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The exterior of this top-end ZDi variant sees a silver L-shaped enclosure for the foglight, reverse parking sensors and new 12-spoke alloy wheels. The front door handles get the ‘unlock/lock request’ button, as the Swift now comes with a keyless entry and go system.

Inside, the top-end Swift ZXi and ZDi get electrically adjustable and folding wing mirrors, an engine starter button, a Bluetooth enabled music system and Bluetooth controls on the steering wheel. The Swift also gets a Ciaz-like keyfob which looks upmarket.

2015 Maruti Swift facelift ZDi steering controls
The steering wheel comes with Bluetooth controls for accepting and ending phone calls.

The Swift facelift’s 1.2-liter K-Series petrol and 1.3-liter DDiS diesel engines have been tweaked for improved fuel economy. The 1.2-liter K-Series motor now has an ARAI rated efficiency of 20.4 km/l (up from 18.6 km/l), and the 1.3-liter DDiS claims 25.2 km/l, up from 22.9 km/l.

Also read: Maruti Ciaz has initial sales target of 70,000 units

Dealers have told Indian Autos Blog that ABS will be offered as standard on the mid-level VXi/VDi trims, and driver-seat height adjustment will be seen across the range.

Competitors: Hyundai Elite i20, VW Polo
Expected Price: INR 4.5-7 lakhs, ex-showroom
Launch Date: Late October or early November

2015 Maruti Swift Facelift – Spyshot Gallery

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3 thoughts on “Video – 2015 Maruti Swift’s new features detailed

  1. gbrao says:

    It was surprise with new face-.lifted swift ZDI version spare wheel is not of alloy wheel type.This needs to addressed on priority.

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  2. jagadeesh medabalimi says:

    They could have spent some time and resources on the practical requirements (boot space) than on cosmetic things (new alloy wheel design)

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  3. jagadeesh medabalimi says:

    Maruti forgot 60:40 rear split? May be they are saving it for the next face-lift !!

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