Video – Maruti Swift facelift’s TVC lists the new features in the car

Posted on: Nov 13, 2014 - 2:05pm IST

The Swift is now 10 percent more efficient.

Post the launch of the refreshed Maruti Swift last month, the company has released the car’s TV commercial which lists out the changes that have been made.

[Head to YouTube if you’re unable to watch the video above.]

On the outside, the Swift is now available in three new body colors, including this Solid Red shade. The foglight enclosures of the V and Z trims get a silver L-shaped bezel, while a black bezel is to be seen on the base variant. Designers have also given the car new alloy wheels.

In a bid to make the car more feature rich, Maruti has included electrically adjustable and folding wing mirrors, keyless entry with a smart key, push button start, rear parking sensors and Bluetooth-enabled music system.

2015 Maruti Swift facelift video
The top-end variants get L-shaped silver bezels.

The refreshed Swift doesn’t see any drastic change to its mechanicals, yet engineers have managed to juice out 10 percent more economy from the 1.2-liter petrol and 1.3-liter diesel engines.

Also read: Accessorized Maruti Swift facelift showcased at a concert

The petrol engine sees a mild detune at 84.3 PS (83.11 bhp) at 6,000 rpm and 115 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm to return 20.4 km/l. The diesel engine, which now delivers 25.2 km/l, gets a modified injection system and low friction engine oil.

2015 Maruti Swift Facelift – Image Gallery

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2 thoughts on “Video – Maruti Swift facelift’s TVC lists the new features in the car

  1. Fernando Torres says:

    Oh wow! One can now die in style…Isn’t it Maruti. After scoring a ZERO in NCAP safety test, they are coming up with this. What a shame.

    Guys read this:
    “More safety features in cars will mean less road safety” – RC Bhargava, Chairman of Maruti Suzuki. He even goes on to caution the government against making laws for airbags or disc brakes be made mandatory for all cars, even entry-level ones. This is really sad.

  2. roadrush says:

    for a car that has scored 0/5 in NCAP crash test, why would someone spend 6 Lacs upwards for a mobile coffin?


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