As per reports, the Maruti Suzuki Swift Sport has been spied being driven near the world famous Siddhivinayak temple in Prabhadevi, in the city of Mumbai.
Mr. Bharat Prajapati, an associate of the CarTrade group, spied the while dazzling Swift Sport, which boasted athletic alloy wheels and back spoiler.
Looking at Swift Sport, it was clear that the Indian edition would boast 5 doors, in place of three doors on the intercontinental version.
With a superior engine, the Swift Sport would also bag a superior body kit that was quite apparent. The influential hatchback would be catered by a 1.6 litre diesel engine that could fabricate 134 bhp of peak power.
For security points, it will carry airbags, Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) as well as the highly praised Electronic Stability Program (ESP).
In totality, the innovative Swift Sport will be a lot more eye-catching as compared to the existing edition, turning it an even improved proposal for performance buffs. It is likely that the new vehicle will first be rolled out in the Malaysian market and in other global regions, before being disclosed in the Indian market.
But, no authorized info has been obtained from the well known auto maker on Swift Sport’s launch in the nation.
For the idea of rivalry in this ‘semi-hot’ hatchback section, the new vehicle will oppose the Skoda Fabia 1.6 and the Volkswagen Polo 1.2 GT close on its heels.
In terms of valuation, the innovative Maruti Suzuki Sport should be priced between Rs. 7 lakh to Rs. 8 lakh. The
As per reports, the Maruti Suzuki Swift has created a niche for itself and always been a grand driver’s vehicle.
As per reports, the country’s biggest auto maker, Maruti Suzuki, on April 25 touched its 52-week high on the stock markets after it registered a better-than anticipated net profit.
The company recorded a net profit of Rs 1150 crore, an increase of 76.9 per cent as compared to the profit posted during the fourth quarterly period of financial year 2012-2013.
Markets forecasters had approximated a net profit of around Rs 703 crore.
Shares of the company remained up by 5 per cent on April 26 to hit Rs 1655 after it reported its income for the fourth quarterly period.
“The augmentation in net profit in the fourth quarterly period was owing to higher sales of novel models like Ertiga, DZire and Swift, cost decrease and localization attempts and the advantage of a favorable exchange rate,” the company said in a declaration.
Net sales for the fourth quarterly period augmented to Rs 13,056 crore, up 13.62% as compared to Rs 11,490 crore during the corresponding period last fiscal.