Swift Sport made its Indian debut at Delhi Auto 2014 with the bang in yellow paint job. Cosmetically, the conventional Swift that runs on Indian roads and the Swift Sport are not so immensely different than each other. The air dam in front with the blackened front grille separator makes it to look been having a larger air dam, and those projector headlamps are the ones to name new, alongside the brand new alloys and an added rear spoiler. Otherwise, the technicalities under hoods speak its true language of contradiction between the Sport and the layman’s version.
Details at our Delhi Auto Expo bay confronted the powerful version of most adored hatchback to deliver 100PS at 6,900RPM and 160Nm of torque at 4,400RPM from a 1.6-liter four-cylinder 16v engine. The performance figure orients it to hit 100 km/h in 8.7 seconds and achieve a top-speed of 193 km/h. Emission norms as per the EU tests claims its tax with carbon prints of 147 grams of CO2 per km and a fuel economy of 15.625 km/l. The standard features on Swift Sport like Standard features ABS, EBD, ESP, dual front airbags, side airbags, curtain airbags, driver knee airbag, HID projector headlights with headlamp washers, automatic headlights, power folding wing mirrors, sports seats, stainless steel sport pedals, keyless entry with engine start button and a Bluetooth compatible music system makes it to be added on our next car shopping list. in fact, it doesn’t seems the Maruti to be adding this vehicle on Indian context for near future because of the recent addition of Swift facelift to the repertoire. In addition, the costing factor is also becoming a bog issue for the carmaker with regards to the rising prices.