Maruti Swift is the most adored hatchback in India, as the Indians are customizing it a lot after buying from the showrooms. So obviously, the carmaker then decided to roll-out the factory fitted sports demeanor Swift for a price tag of Rs. 8.14 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
The Swift with the additional lug of sports features is titled as “Swift Volt” and is only Rs. 2.15 lakhs expensive than the regular Swift VDi (diesel), which falls on pocket for Rs. 5.99 lakh.
Looking to Swift Volt at the Auto Expo 2014, it seemed the features list on the Volt was endless. Number of changes made were impeccable, it looks the car is ceasing someone who is driving the conventional Swift, definitely going to envy him when he will be seen on its side at a traffic signal.
Swift Volt is the diesel variant of Swift, convened with projector headlamps, daytime running LEDs, and smoked clustering on the headlamp units. The air dam and front grille separator too is colored in black adoring a feel of a larger air dam, like a one of the Swift Sport. And that reclining red roof with black checks spawned on rear doors (and bonnet too) are giving it a coupe-type looks. The black alloys with red piping across its rim, and that same effect on the front grille, is perfectly fitting it for the next door party attire. Even the tail lamps slated in three red slots complements it for the party.
However, the aforesaid are the checks on outer, whereas on interiors the sports seats, touch screen audio system and that same red piping stripped across the whole cabin makes it feel special. The combination of black and red peep in bloom of goodness for the price tag asked. And not being so offensive, like any other carmaker in India, Maruti too did the Volt with a cosmetic change, the engine specification is still stricken to the same and famous Fiat’s 1.3L Multijet engine.
For the last, the Swift Volt that was unveiled at Delhi Auto Expo 2014 was done with the rear cameras instead of ORVMs, which were connected to the touchscreen in the central console. Yes, we mean there were no ORVMs on the car that was at Auto Expo. But, it is been guessed looking at the cost factor, the company may have dropped that on the launch specific.