Maruti Swift Glory Limited Edition launched – IAB Report
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Gets reverse camera and rear parking sensors in addition to other features.
Maruti has launched the limited edition Maruti Swift Glory, with a host of cosmetic and feature changes.
On the outside, the Swift Glory edition gets side skirts, a rear spoiler, blackened C-Pillars, a contrast red roof and wing mirrors, side decals and racing stripes.
Inside, the Glory edition is equipped with a dual-tone red-and-black seat upholstery, a steering wheel and gear cover, a Bluetooth-enabled music system and new floor mats. Reverse parking assist along with a rear-view camera is also provided.
The Swift Glory edition is available on the VXi and VDi variants of the hatchback. These variants offer ABS and EBD, but are devoid of airbags, alloy wheels, automatic climate control, smart entry with engine starter button, steering mounted controls and a rear wiper/washer.
There are no mechanical changes to the Swift Glory edition. It continues with the 1.2-liter K-Series petrol and the 1.3-liter DDiS diesel, both getting a 5-speed manual transmission. The petrol delivers 20.4 km/l, whereas the diesel claims 25.2 km/l in the ARAI test.
Given the oncoming festive season, car manufacturers are keen on driving sales by introducing new models, special editions and attractive finance schemes. Apart from the Swift Glory edition, Maruti has lined the launches of the Ertiga facelift and the Baleno premium hatchback this month.