Maruti Suzuki Swift Soon after, it broke the 2.5 million sales milestone in India Maruti Suzuki Announced Chaz Traverse 300,000 sales milestoneIn 16 years, Swift has surpassed this milestone. It reached the 2.2 million mark in June 2020.
- Swift was first displayed in the form of “Concept S” at the 2004 Auto Expo
- The third generation currently in India
Maruti Suzuki Swift: 2.5 million cars sold in India
Swift was first displayed in the concept of “Concept S” at the 2004 Auto Expo. It was the breakthrough model of the Indian automaker, marking its entry into the B+ hatchback segment, which at the time was only Hyundai Getz.
This sales milestone also means that despite the pandemic and Maruti’s withdrawal from the diesel vehicle market in April 2020, Swift has more or less maintained its sales growth trajectory. In fact, Swift is India’s highest-selling car in 2020.
Swift has undergone three generations of changes and has always been one of the best-selling passenger cars in India. It found 1,72,671 buyers in fiscal year 2021, 1,87,916 in fiscal year 2020, 2,23,924 in fiscal year 2019, and 1,75,928 in fiscal year 2018. In the first four months of the 2022 fiscal year, it sold 61,482 vehicles.
Maruti Suzuki Swift: Current engine options and prices
Currently, the Swift is powered by the only 90hp, 113Nm 1.2-liter DualJet gasoline engine, which is used in conjunction with a 5-speed manual or 5-speed AMT gearbox. The ARAI rated fuel efficiency of the manual version and the automatic version are 23.20kpl and 23.76kpl, respectively. The price of Swift is currently between 585 to 867,000 rupees (in front of the Delhi showroom).
Upcoming Maruti Suzuki cars and SUVs: 2021 and beyond
Speaking of releases, Maruti’s biggest upcoming release is The new Celerio hatchback This will be put on the market at the end of this year.Next will be a comprehensive Baleno updates Early 2022.In addition to these two, Maruti Suzuki also plans to update Ertiga, XL6 and Vitara Brezza In other models.
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