Maruti Suzuki Swift special edition unveiled, company will sell 100 units only

Maruti Suzuki Swift special edition unveiled at Windsong music festival in Lonavala. Company will sell 100 units only. Read ahead for complete details.

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It’s raining limited editions for Maruti Suzuki as the Indian car major, after announcing the restricted numbered Ritz Elate, unveiled another limited edition model in the hatchback segment. This time, Maruti Suzuki presented the limited edition of its facelift hatchback, the 2014 Swift. The unveiling took place at the Windsong Music Festival in Lonavala, Maharashtra, India. Maruti Suzuki also said that it will produce and sell on 100 examples of this limited edition, cosmetically enhanced Swift.

This limited edition Swift will don a white paint jobs with loads of funky, music inspired graphics. The roof of the car, along with the A- and B-pillar, is painted black. The bonnet receives two black strips that begin from the front grille and go all the way to the windshield. The side of the car gets tri-colour strips along with musical symbols. The bottom end of the door along, with the wheels, is painted in bright yellow. Now what we are pretty sure would not come in the package is the headphone design that’s placed at the farthest end of the car.


Mechanically, this limited edition Swift will come in a diesel only avatar. So, it will be powered by the 1.3-litre multijet diesel engine that produces 75 hp of power and 190 Nm of torque and would come mated to a five-speed manual transmission. Fuel efficiency figure stands at 25.2 kmpl.

So would you buy this limited edition of the recently introduced facelift 2014 Maruti Suzuki Swift? Share your thoughts and opinions with us through comments below. Stay tuned to Motoroids for more updates from motoring industry.

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  • boink says:

    so what’s special in this? a 1 star rating at NCAP? Cool!

  • Limted Edition…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 have you heard 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.

  • Suraj says:

    Let them first provide basic features like airbags and ABS.