Maruti Suzuki Swift Lxi

Experience Real Swiftness

Show off your style as you move swiftly with your new Maruti Suzuki Swift LXi. This car has made news and has showcased excellent performance. Available in vibrant colors and offering respectable mileage, it has been one of the sought after small cars in the Indian market.

Key Features

Maruti Suzuki Swift LXi gives a power delivery of 87bhp at 6,000rpm and a maximum torque of 113Nm at 4500rpm. With a maximum speed of 160 kmph, a capacity of 43 litres of tank will leave you tension free from the frequent refueling. With the highway mileage of 15.8 kmpl it is bound to be one of the most fuel-efficient cars. The engine works as smoothly as possible with 1298 cc displacement and 4 inline cylinders.

Power steering, air conditioner and front and rear suspension add to driving comfort. The Canbus system is the highlight of Maruti Suzuki Swift LXi as it reminds us about fuel requirement on bumpy and crude roads. The ACC (automatic climate condition) gives you relief from the rough and tough weather of the country. It uses advanced safety technologies like dual front airbags; ABS with EBD and a brake assist function.


The modernized Maruti Suzuki Swift LXi has added an all new approach to itself. It has added many new features to its interiors and also the exteriors. It is equipped with controls that adjust the headlights as per the requirement of the roads. The AC in a Maruti Suzuki Swift LXi maintains the goodwill gained on this aspect, by other manufactured cars of the same brand. The spacious Maruti Suzuki Swift LXi can easily accommodate 5 people.


The interiors of this Maruti Suzuki Car, though unique; require changes to make people more comfortable. Lack of power mirrors and windows is not that big an issue; still people do ask for this feature.


Maruti Suzuki Swift LXi is still one of the best bet. You are assured of quality satisfaction and performance with Maruti Suzuki Swift LXi, which many similar cars fail to deliver.

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